Air New Zealand were recognised as a 2017 top three socially responsible organisation, in New Zealand, for embedding sustainability management capabilities.
ANZ sold over $88m of their KiwiSaver Scheme investments in blacklisted companies in 2016. In April 2018 a small percentage of their holdings remain in fossil fuels.
Auckland Airport is a supplier to numerous global airline brands, therefore indirectly supporting the carbon emissions distributed by the airlines use.
Chorus complete regular external reviews to mitigate network disruption and cybersecurity risks.
Contact are on a journey to improved water stewardship and recognise the importance of the complex bio-diversity that exists in and around their operational sites.
Fisher & Paykel Heathcare's sustainability can be seen through their scope of business-related initiatives they engage in to support their customers, communities and their people.
Fletcher Building's sustainability focuses are to minimise environmental impacts; protect the well-being of their employees and to support the communities they operate within.
Kiwi Property's sustainability programme has been operating for more than 15 years. It is an important part of their value proposition and focuses on people, planet and profit.
Mercury's nine hydro stations and five geothermal power stations are fuel sources which are 100% renewable.
Meridian (also in the Dow Jones Sustainability Asia Pacific Index) has been a significant contributor to the Government’s target of 90% renewable electricity generation by 2025.
At the core of Restaurant Brands’ social responsibility ethos are four interdependent elements: People, Food, Planet and Progress.
Spark seek to reduce their impact on the environment, and via the Spark Foundation encourage building a better future for New Zealand kids and local communities.
Tourism Holdings Limited (THL) focuses on balancing three main principles each year: cost effectiveness, environmental responsibility and social responsibility.
Vector are investigating and implementing a number of initiatives including their solar, smart metering and Electric Vehicle programmes.
2017 was the tenth year Westpac Group’s sustainability efforts contributed to their position as the world's most sustainable bank on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index.