Environmental

Cromwell transitions industry-leading “green” trust under new sustainable finance framework

Real estate investor and fund manager Cromwell Property Group (ASX:CMW) (Cromwell or Group) will transition to its first ever green loan this month, as part of the organisation’s new Sustainable Finance Framework – developed in consultation with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and French-based multinational financial services company Societe Generale.

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First 6 Star Green Star Industrial rating in Australia

The YARDS, a $1 billion joint venture by Frasers Property Industrial and Aware Real Estate has set a new benchmark in Australia as the first industrial estate to achieve a Communities rating from the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA).

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CEFC backs Norwest Quarter’s zero carbon, energy cost-cutting apartments

Norwest Quarter, Mulpha’s ambitious new sustainable residential development is being supported by an $80 million green loan from the CEFC to cut energy costs by as much as 50 per cent, demonstrating how energy efficient homes can contribute to our net zero emissions future.

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Reducing upfront carbon at scale

Australia’s upfront carbon emissions will balloon from 16% to 85% of overall building emissions by 2050 if we fail to make better choices around the materials we build with, and how we construct them.

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Stockland and Compost Revolution promote circular living through first-of-its-kind program

Stockland and Compost Revolution have teamed up to deliver a first-of-its-kind program to empower, educate and equip Stockland’s masterplanned communities to support the better disposal of organic waste, reducing landfill and avoiding greenhouse gas emissions in the process.

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GPT deliveries Embodied Carbon Neutral Certification

In an Australian first, The GPT Group has achieved upfront embodied carbon1 neutral certification for a Melbourne logistics development through the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) and Climate Active.  

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