GRESB has assessed our sustainability work for 2022 and given us even more points for reporting this year than last year. We were the best out of 683 companies on the ‘performance’ part of the assessment. This shows whether the company measures important sustainability parameters, such as greenhouse gas emissions, and sets ongoing targets for these.
Reporting and plans help to improve sustainability work
Since 2021, we have worked systematically with sustainability and all areas within GRESB. We have gone through the areas where we have had room for improvement. We received a record 94 points last year and now the result is 98 points. Commercial director Lars Inge Vågen, who has overall responsibility for sustainability at Norled, is very satisfied with the result.
– Targeted and systematic work ensures progress. The work helps us to improve our sustainability efforts, which in turn benefits both the external environment, travelers, and employees, says Vågen.
GRESB is a recognized standard that measures many different aspects of sustainability in a company. This gives us an indication of where we stand compared to other companies.
GRESB annually assesses how well large and small infrastructure companies around the world are doing on several sustainability indicators. The assessments are based on several internationally recognized reporting standards such as GRI, PRI, SASB, DJSI, TCFD recommendations, the Paris Agreement and the UN’s sustainability goals, in addition to regional and national guidelines. The comprehensive analysis goes through sustainability documentation from than 1,500 companies internationally.