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Corporate performance

Goodman’s global success in the industrial real estate sector is founded on our capabilities and expertise, as well as our robust governance structures. 

We engage regularly with stakeholders and disclose our ESG performance to maintain their trust. Meanwhile, our financial resilience allows us to make a tangible difference to the lives of vulnerable people through the Goodman Foundation.

The Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) is the leading ESG survey for the real estate sector and one of the main ways we communicate our performance. GRESB analyses and scores a range of ESG indicators and gives detailed insights to investors. In 2021, Goodman responded for eight entities and scored well, achieving Sector Leadership status for Goodman Japan Core Partnership (Stabilised benchmark) and Goodman UK Partnership (Development benchmark) within their respective peer groups.


Material drivers

  • Sustainable operations and results
  • ESG Governance
  • Responsible investment
  • Environmental stewardship
  • Sustainable capital structure
  • Stakeholder and community engagement
Internal warehouse


  • Retain investment grade credit rating
  • TCFD aligned disclosures by 2022
  • 4 Green Star GRESB rating average
  • $50m in social investment by The Goodman Foundation by 2030


Managing climate risk – TCFD disclosures

During FY20, Goodman completed a comprehensive climate risk assessment in accordance with TCFD guidelines. We did this to better understand the potential impacts of various climate scenarios, to find opportunities to mitigate long-term impacts and, ultimately, to influence the location, design and management of Goodman’s properties. Quantifying climate risks across multiple global regions is a challenge, particularly on larger continents that are subject to various conditions and incidents at the same time. However, we identified the following climate hazards in our climate risk assessment, based on different scenarios of carbon mitigation over different timeframes:

  • Increasing temperatures and heatwaves
  • Intense precipitation
  • Hailstorms
  • Tropical and ex-tropical windstorms
  • Rising sea levels.