Goodman Group 2021 Sustainability Report

Goodman’s 2030 sustainability strategy is transitioning our business into a truly resilient and low-carbon company.

Based on our people and culture, our engagement with stakeholders, and our status as a trusted investment manager and community partner, our 2030 sustainability strategy shapes all aspects of Goodman’s business and is one important way we measure our success.

2030 Sustainability strategy

Our strategy is supported by three pillars:


Our sustainably designed, energy-efficient and professionally managed properties are strategically located and designed to meet our customers’ business needs and to remain resilient to tomorrow’s global challenges.


Our workplaces promote the health, safety and wellbeing of our people, our contractors and our customers. Our people are recruited and rewarded based on their commitment to our values, long-term strategic thinking, expertise and performance.


Our capital structure is sustainable and we have a positive impact in our global communities through the Goodman Foundation. We promote strong leadership and governance, engage regularly with our stakeholders and measure and disclose our financial and community impact.

Addressing the world’s biggest challenges

The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a call to action to address the world’s most significant challenges including climate change, poverty, gender equality and good health and wellbeing for all.

Nine of the 17 SDGs are material to Goodman’s business and stakeholders. These remain a constant reminder of how Goodman’s operations can help to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges.

03 Good health and wellbeing
05 Gender equality
07 Affordable and clean energy 
08 Decent work and economic growth 
09 Industry, innovation and infrastructure 
11 Sustainable cities and communities 
12 Responsible consumption and production 
13 Climate action 
15 Life on land
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