CSR performance summary

Thanks to the data collected during the GRESB survey, we present for the first time environmental data covering all of our global portfolio. These cover the period from January 1, 2017, to December 31, 2017.

TITLE

UNITS

2015

2016

2017

2015–2017
VARIANCE

Environmental Stewardship

Energy Use Intensity (electricity, natural gas, steam and chilled water)

Retail

equivalent kilowatt hours/ft²

26.9

26.3

26.2

−3.0%

Office

equivalent kilowatt hours/ft²

22.3

22.0

21.6

−3.0%

Industrial/Logistics

equivalent kilowatt hours/ft²

35.2

38.3

28.4

−19.0%

Residential

equivalent kilowatt hours/ft²

32.2

37.1

34.7

8.0%

Hotels

equivalent kilowatt hours/ft²

43.6

43.4

40.2

−8.0%

GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS (GHG) INTENSITY*

Scope 1 (Direct)

tonnes CO₂e/1,000 ft²

1.0

1.2

1.3

30%

Scope 2 (Indirect Energy)

tonnes CO₂e/1,000 ft²

4.4

3.9

3.5

−20%

Total

tonnes CO₂e/1,000 ft²

5.4

5.1

4.8

−11%

Water Use Intensity

Retail

m³/ft²

0.12

0.11

0.09

−22%

Office

m³/ft²

0.05

0.06

0.05

−5%

Industrial/Logistics

m³/ft²

0.02

0.02

0.03

27%

Residential

m³/ft²

0.21

0.11

0.11

−48%

Hotels

m³/ft²

0.22

N/A

0.18

−17%

Waste Diversion

Retail

% of waste diverted from landfill

48

47

45

−7%

Office

% of waste diverted from landfill

60

54

54

−10%

Industrial/Logistics

% of waste diverted from landfill

N/A

N/A

N/A

Residential

% of waste diverted from landfill

N/A

12

19

Hotels

% of waste diverted from landfill

47

48

52

11%

Certifications

Buildings with BOMA BEST Certification

#

42

50

43

2%

Buildings with LEED Certification

#

29

40

40

38%

Buildings with BREEAM Certification

#

0

2

4

400%

Buildings with Green Key Certification

#

1

4

4

300%

Buildings with GBCA’s Green Star Certification

#

0

0

1

100%

TOTAL

#

72

96

92

28%

Transportation

Electric-vehicles charging stations

#

135

112

289

114.0%

Parking stalls (eco-friendly vehicles and/or carpools)**

#

132

133

120

−9.1%

Bicycle parking spaces**

#

1,892

1,833

1,860

−1.7%

Accessibility

Walkability Score***

Retail

Average score/100

N/A

N/A

79

Office

Average score/100

N/A

N/A

94

Industrial/Logistics

Average score/100

N/A

N/A

26

Residential

Average score/100

N/A

N/A

85

Hotels

Average score/100

N/A

N/A

95

Shoppers arriving at our centres by means other than automobile**

%

35

35

35

0%

GHG data is based on ownership percentage to align with the Caisse’s carbon reduction targets and reporting methodology. All other indicators (energy, water, waste, certifications,) are not adjusted for ownership percentage.

The data provided cover only the properties managed by Ivanhoé Cambridge.

The Walk Score measures the walkability of any address using a patented system. For each address, Walk Score analyzes hundreds of walking routes to nearby amenities. Points are awarded based on the distance to amenities in each category, with no points given after a 30-minute walk.

TITLE

UNITS

2015

2016

2017

2018

2015–2018
VARIANCE

Communities

Economic IMPACTS

Suppliers (goods and services purchased) in Canada

$ millions

705

774

565

602

−14.6%

Governments (property taxes and levies)

$ millions

215

220

220

225

4.7%

Employees (wages and benefits)

$ millions

200

207

207

214

6.7%

Indirect jobs

#

93,000

81,400

75,480

81,800

−12.0%

Ivanhoé Cambridge Donations

Various organizations

$

1,164,154

1,373,581

1,374,351

1,193,346

2.5%

United Way/Centraide*

$

146,254

203,377

242,272

294,405

N/A

Employee programs

$

24,693

76,931

54,405

30,549

23.7%

TOTAL

$

1,335,101

1,653,889

1,671,028

1,518,300

N/A

Community Assistance from Properties

Financial donations

$

379,718

317,068

446,155

391,272

3.0%

Value of gift cards and promotions (donations of goods)

$

140,669

78,312

61,841

19,947

N/A

Employee Engagement

Employees (full-time, part-time, casual)

#

1,699

1,583

1,418

1,369

−19.4%

Geographic Spread

Canada

%

91.2

90.7

96.9

96.3

5.6%

Quebec

%

48.8

49.8

49.5

50.4

3.3%

Ontario

%

19.4

18.3

18.3

17.8

−8.3%

Alberta

%

8.7

8.0

8.6

9.0

3.1%

British Columbia

%

21.0

21.2

16.9

16.4

−21.8%

Nova Scotia

%

2.1

2.6

2.5

1.6

−24.5%

Manitoba

%

0.1

1.1

1.1

United States

%

0.6

Europe

%

7.5

8.5

2.1

2.0

−73.3%

Asia

%

0.6

0.9

0.9

1.2

106.7%

South America

%

0.0

0.1

0.5

Combined Turnover Rate

Overall (permanent full-time)

%

14.1

22.5

17.5

11.9

−15.6%

Overall (permanent part-time)

%

40.8

41.7

54.1

46.7

14.5%

Voluntary (permanent full-time)

%

5.1

7.3

8.7

7

37.3%

Voluntary (permanent part-time)

%

34.4

35

45.2

41

18.3%

Women in the Workforce

Overall

%

56

56

55

55

−2.1%

Senior management

%

24

29

31

29

20.0%

Professionals and middle management

%

53

53

54

53

−0.2%

Support, technical and specialist

%

67

68

65

65

−3.0%

Professional development

Employee training

hours/year

9.7

10.4

12.6

15.3

57.7%

Internship program

Internships offered

#

51

50

57

51

0%

Internships whom subsequently led to employment within the company

#

17

7

10

5

−70.6%

Best Employers in Canada Survey

Engagement score

%

N/A

67

N/A

71

Participation rate

%

N/A

81

N/A

85

Occupational wellness and safety

Telecommuting

Employees

#

254

290

308

345

35.8%

Hours

#

8,167

9,557

11,068

13,300

62.9%

Absenteeism

%

2.9

3.3

2.8

3

3.4%

working days equivalent

7

8

6.9

7

5.7%

Work-related fatalities

#

0

0

0

0

0%

Does not include properties’ contributions.

Does not include promotional items.

This number of employees includes occasional employees hired during the Holidays, which isn’t included in the number of employees presented in the highlights.

Social data apply to Company activities only.