Environmental, Social and Ethical Governance (ESG) is so much more than an intention. It is about taking proactive action to positively impact the lives of our people, our communities, and our planet.
We feel it is only right that our ESG focus areas are transparent, tangible, achievable and committed publicly
We think it is critical that each ESG commitment is developed in a consistent way.
We undertake extensive research to ensure our commitments are relevant, timely and aligned to global objectives
We are open and transparent about what we set out to achieve
We report accurately on our actions and are held accountable to deliver a positive impact across our ESG framework
Our approach to ESG is underpinned by the UN Sustainable development goals. A universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030.
Four of these strategic goals are strongly aligned to our ESG vision and strategy. It’s important that we don’t lose sight on what we need to achieve globally, and the role we play in setting the benchmark within our direct ecosystem.
The actions we take now are critical to creating a sustainable future. We are deeply committed to monitoring and reducing our impact to become a Net Zero organisation by 2025.
For more on our commitments and what we have achieved so far, see below.
For us, making an impact is about collaborating with community-based partners to positively shape the lives of our people and those in our communities who need it most.
Read about our shared value program, community partnerships and our commitments to create lasting change.
Having structure in place ensures we’re standing by our commitments to do the right thing, for the betterment of our people, our customers, and the broader communities in which we operate.
Our approach to ethical governance is focused on accountability and transparency.
With a purpose to connect people to place – we must collectively first recognise the centuries of deep connection First Nations People have to Country. For many First Nations people in Australia, land is much more than soil, rocks or minerals. It’s a living environment that sustains, and is sustained by, people and culture.
The PEXA Group has a vision to use its unique place in the property ecosystem to share knowledge around traditional land ownership.