WE DON'T ASK OUR CLIENTS TO DO THINGS WE DON'T DO OURSELVES
We're passionate about environmental sustainability
and believe in 'walking the talk'.
CONDUCTING SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS
4Sight recognises the vital importance of conducting our operations in a manner consistent with the principles of sustainable business, and specifically, in ways which minimise impacts on the natural environment and the communities within which we work. We have a Sustainability and Environmental Policy which provides the foundation for our in-house sustainability initiatives and actions; and a Sustainable Procurement Policy, which includes being a Fair-Trade Workplace - click here to view this.
OUR climate commitments
We are committed to measuring and publicly reporting our greenhouse gas emissions, setting a public emissions reduction target, and working with our suppliers to reduce their emissions. Since 2007 we have been measuring and monitoring our main direct impacts and taking steps to reduce those impacts. Our data has been independently verified by Enviro-Mark Solutions: CEMARS, a third party, year on year, since 2012 - click here to view our CEMARS profile or here to see a summary of our latest CEMARS certification and emissions reporting.
We are active members of the New Zealand Sustainable Business Council (SBC), and were early signatories of the Climate Leaders Coalition (CLC). As such we are committed to the Paris Agreement target to keep warming below 2 degrees and to further pursue efforts to limit the temperature increase to 1.5 degrees. We have adopted specific targets grounded in science that we believe will deliver substantial emissions reductions, to contribute to New Zealand being carbon neutral by 2050.
As signatories to the CLC we are acting on climate change now, to create a future that is low-emissions, positive for our businesses and the economy, and inclusive for all New Zealanders.
Our resolutions are a series of simple statements we use to develop our culture and engage with others, to prove we are living our values. Click here to check out our summary of how we lived our values in 2018.