Castellum: Europe's Leading Sustainable Property Co.
Castellum, a property company, has been ranked as the top sustainable company in the Nordic region and Europe, and fifth worldwide, for seven consecutive years, according to the Sustainability Yearbook.
The Sustainability Yearbook is produced by S&P Global, a leading provider of credit ratings, market analysis, and data insights in the global capital and commodity markets.
The Sustainability Yearbook ranks companies among the top 15% in their respective industries to guide investors towards more sustainable investments. This year, 7,544 companies across 61 industries were evaluated.
“It is extremely gratifying to receive further confirmation that our strategy is effective and that interest in sustainable investments continues to increase,” says Filip Elland, Chief Sustainability Officer at Castellum AB.
Filip Elland provided several examples of activities that enable Castellum’s successes in sustainability:
As a step toward achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2030, Castellum has raised the bar for the company’s projects. Starting in 2023, all major projects will reduce their climate impact by 30 per cent, be studied regarding the potential to install energy storage systems, and always be equipped with solar panels.
Castellum has done a climate risk analysis of its entire portfolio to find out which properties are most likely to be affected by climate change. This is to prevent damage and other risks, such as flooding or landslides.
One of Castellum’s recurring targets, which is monitored annually, is zero workplace injuries and work-related illness among employees and suppliers.
“Sustainability is an integral – and priority – component of Castellum’s operations, and we will continue to promote the necessary climate transition,” says Joacim Sjöberg, Acting CEO of Castellum AB.