Sustainability

We believe that many environmental, social and economic benefits arise from the responsible private sector development and operation of infrastructure.

Our approach

Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation (MIC) owns and operates infrastructure and infrastructure-like businesses that place us at the nexus of everyday life for our customers, employees and the communities in which the businesses operate. Inherent in our role as a responsible corporate citizen are a host of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) risks, responsibilities and opportunities with the potential to impact this diverse group of stakeholders.

Accordingly, the identification, assessment and responsible management of ESG risks is fundamental to our day-to-day business activities and an essential part of ensuring our long-term success, at both the MIC corporate level and at our operating businesses.

We organize our policies and operations into five focus areas that address both material ESG issues and the generation of attractive shareholder returns. We believe that the choice between these two objectives is not mutually exclusive. By addressing both, we are delivering on our commitment of ensuring long-term sustainable growth.

ESG Framework Focus Areas

Safety

The safety of our staff, customers and communities is vital to our businesses’ continued success.

Leadership & governance

Strong leadership and governance are paramount in order to deliver positive outcomes for our stakeholders.

Minimizing our Impact on the Environment

Actively minimizing our impact on the environment through polices and initiatives that reduce our environmental footprint.

Technology

Leveraging technology across our operating businesses to provide better outcomes for customers, improve employee productivity and lower costs, while reducing risks.

Community

Recognizing the important role and long-term impact of infrastructure assets on the communities in which they operate, by supporting and responding to their needs.

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