We are particularly delighted with our progress against our carbon management pillar, not only in the setting of our net zero target but in the carbon reduction measures we have taken to date. We are also proud of our initial steps on the journey to improve gender equality at Powerday, and the big wins delivered through Powerday Foundation. With the support of our many partners, we delivered activities to over 3,000 young Londoners last year, exceeding our target by 20% in the second year of our five-year strategy. You can read more about all these achievements in the report.
Michael Crossan, Chairman says: “I am hugely proud of what Powerday has achieved in 2022 in collaboration with our employees, clients, suppliers, communities and other partners. I am confident that together our continued efforts will enable us to deliver against our new sustainability commitments and have a positive impact on both people and the planet.”
Edward Crossan, CEO says: “There remains much to do to meet our sustainability goals, so we are excited to continue our journey with challenging targets across all our five pillars for 2023. We have a particular focus on fairness in the workplace and community, training and development, net zero carbon, and the health and wellbeing of young Londoners, and look forward to updating you on all our progress in the year ahead.”
Powerday published its first Manifesto in 2020 and we have continued to do so annually since then to help us achieve our ambitions and track our progress. The freely available report addresses our sustainability priorities under our five pillars, sharing our progress against the previous year’s plan and setting out new objectives for the coming year. Download Powerday’s Sustainability and Wellness Manifesto 2023 here.