Sustainability

Sustainability Commitment

As one of the largest land transport operators in the world, CDC NSW recognises our activities have a material impact on social and sustainable outcomes.

Our vision is to ensure that we continue to take ownership of the direct impact we have on driving social and sustainable outcomes for our communities across all elements of our business – from the transport services we deliver, through to our procurement practices, recruitment strategies, technology investments and safety management program.

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) comprise 17 goals and 169 targets aimed at addressing the world’s most significant development challenges. Working with government and civil society, businesses have an important role to play in achieving these goals.

We mapped the United Nation’s SDGs into our sustainability framework. We focused our framework on the 10 SDGs that are most relevant to our business. We will work towards the SDGs through enabling an energy-efficient transport system, enhancing the safety and well-being of the community and our people and engraining a culture of innovation and strong governance.

Our Approach To Sustainability

CDC NSW is committed to taking action to combat climate change by reducing our carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions through a transition to a greener vehicle fleet and improving energy efficiency. CDC NSW holds Clean Fleet Accreditation developed by Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) to ensure all our vehicles are maintained to improve air quality by reducing diesel vehicle emissions as part of our ongoing commitment to the environment.

The safety and well-being of the community and our staff are of utmost importance to CDC NSW, and our sustainability framework will ensure positive future outcomes for the transport industry in both NSW and across Australia.