MAS’ business strategy is based on creating long-term value while playing a positive role in society. The short- and long-term economic, social, and environmental impact is crucial when evaluating investment decisions. MAS’ strategy includes consideration of the social and environmental effects of its activities and investments.
MAS continually monitors, evaluates, and improves the environmental, social and economic impact of its activities. Typically, properties and real estate activities affect the environment via energy use, direct and indirect greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, water usage, and waste generation.
Continuously monitoring, evaluating, and improving the environmental and social impact of MAS’ activities, including related risks and opportunities, contributes to operating properties successfully. MAS identifies four key environmental topics, relevant to the business and stakeholders: energy, water, waste management and biodiversity protection. MAS remains committed to invest in, and operate, green income properties. The ‘green property’ status is confirmed by third-party assessments of all income properties MAS operates (and owns either directly or indirectly), on the basis of certification with one of the following: Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM), Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) or Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiencies (EDGE).
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Green Bond Report
Green Financing Framework Second-Party Opinion
Green Financing Framework