We are entering one of the most important decades in human history. The climate crisis, biodiversity loss and plastic pollution, among other sustainability issues, are all at a critical point and what we do over the next 10 years will profoundly affect all life on Earth. We are using the momentum we have built over the last 30 years to carry us forward into a new decade of action, creating healthy spaces that benefit everyone.
As a landlord and developer, we have a big part to play in making spaces that work for everyone. From enhancing biodiversity and wellbeing, to reducing emissions and plastic usage, we are committed to making our developments the best possible spaces for everyone who uses them.
Since the inception of Canary Wharf in 1987, we’ve always strived to stay at the forefront of progress and innovation. We’re carrying that same attitude as we move into a new decade of progress, creating a sustainable district of the future. We’ve set out some challenging targets for the next decade which will help us tackle our impacts and create a better environment for everyone.
reduction in overall emissions since 2012
Commercial centre to achieve Plastic Free Communities status
Waste to landfill from our managed areas since 2009
Pieces of single use plastic avoided or recycled in 2019