Our vision for a sustainable future
Port Authority of New South Wales is committed to ongoing collaboration with our people, customers, stakeholders and communities to improve social and environmental outcomes in and around our ports.
In developing a Sustainability Plan in 2020, Port Authority has created a framework for embedding sustainable practices and initiatives within our operations, while delivering economic prosperity for NSW by facilitating shipping, tourism and trade. It gives us a guide to how we can become more sustainable and provides a scalable operating model for defining, developing and delivering consistent and structured sustainability initiatives. Several sustainability initiatives are well progressed and developed, supporting Opportunity Areas across all of our Focus Areas and aligning to United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Read our Sustainability Policy here.
Port Authority is committed to operating in an environmentally responsible and sustainable manner to ensure the long-term prosperity of our ports and minimise risk and impacts to the environment.
Net Zero & Energy
Find out more about our net zero targets, shore power and all other Port Authority energy initiatives.
Port Authority continues to monitor and identify opportunities to reduce noise from vessels and landside activities at our ports.
The sustainability initiatives driving change at the Port Authority cover activities on land and at sea, plus underwater environments. As an organisation, we seek to have a positive and lasting impact on every area in which we operate.