The Hong Kong office of global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has been awarded for its outstanding commitment to sustainable practices by Hongkong Land as part of its Green Operations Recognition Scheme.
Hongkong Land is a major listed property investment, management and development group with prime offices across Asian cities. The Green Operations Recognition Scheme, launched in 2022, recognises tenants that adopted sustainability best practices in their offices. Tenants were scored and reviewed based on a green operation checklist which assess a variety of practical requirements, from the average indoor temperature setpoint to dedicated recycling facilities (including paper, plastic, food waste etc.).
Psyche Tai, head of Norton Rose Fulbright’s Hong Kong office, commented: “We’re extremely proud to be awarded and recognised for our devotion in ensuring a sustainable workplace. As a firm, sustainability is a key focus and we’re delighted to work with vendors like Hongkong Land who are dedicated to sustainable growth.”
Norton Rose Fulbright is committed to operate sustainably and take direct action to support United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 13 – Actions on Climate Change.