Environmental Social Governance (ESG) is at the heart of the Emerson Bond culture and behaviours.
Emerson Bond recognises the importance of environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues to our clients, our people, our suppliers and the communities in
which we operate.
As a business we are committed to reducing our carbon impact and to be a net zero carbon business by 2030.
We embed sustainability in everything we do, from choosing climate-resilient offices that can passively respond to climate change to operating paperless offices. We have set targets which we review at least once a year and against which we are monitored annually. We hold ISO 14001:2015 (Environmental Management) certification, demonstrating our commitment to continual improvement in our performance.
Corporate responsibility for climate change is attracting increased attention from investors, most of whom are well aware of the need to manage climate-related risks and of the opportunities presented by the transition to a net zero economy. In our role advising clients in the construction of their physical assets, and as we support them in their efforts to achieve zero carbon, we have the opportunity to influence their decisions and to educate them not only in how to reduce their carbon impact, but also in how to consider nature-related issues to ensure their project does not contribute to the destruction of habitats and ecosystems.