Stakeholders Case Studies


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ExpandAdapting to a changing climate


Our duty to our clients includes considering climate change risk management. This has two parts: firstly, mitigation – efforts to reduce GHG emissions, and secondly, adaptation – learning how to adapt to regional climate impacts such as desertification or sea level rise, as well as an increased likelihood of volatile weather events. 

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ExpandBlue Team Breakfast Bash with WWF Panda

In December 2014, the Toronto Blue Team held their first annual Breakfast Bash–an event for employees that are interested in learning more about our sustainability programs, volunteer opportunities or simply meeting other like-minded individuals and having some fun. The event was also a chance for the Blue Team to share some of their work and recent sustainability successes.

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ExpandFight Against Hunger in Seattle with Northwest Harvest

 
On November 7th 2014, some of Bentall Kennedy's Seattle employees participated in a Northwest Harvest Volunteer Event in support of the continuing effort to fight against hunger. This event coincides with Bentall Kennedy Seattle's annual food drive for Northwest Harvest. Our group helped package 5,000 pounds of beans for distribution at food banks.   

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ExpandBentall Kennedy and Community Partners

  Bentall Kennedy employees in Vancouver regularly volunteer at Union Gospel Mission (UGM) in Vancouver.  We have become a community partner with the organization based in Vancouver's downtown East side.  

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ExpandSpiderwoman raises $2100

  Bentall Kennedy’s Jessica De Sousa raised $2,100 by rappelling 17 storeys down the RBC Building at 220 Portage Avenue in Winnipeg. Jessica raised the funds for the 7th annual Society for Manitobans with Disabilities 2012 Easter Seals™ Drop Zone. 

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ExpandBentall Kennedy wins Kilowatt Crackdown

  Bentall Kennedy won two awards in the Puget Sound Kilowatt Crackdown, a competition that challenges building owners and managers to make measurable and lasting changes in the way they use energy in commercial spaces.

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ExpandMaking it easy for tenants to go green

  At 1900 Sixteenth Street in Denver, Colorado, not only is the building LEED Gold certified, all tenants have achieved certification to LEED for Commercial Interiors or are striving toward certification.

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ExpandEncouraging tenants to bike to work and school

  Bentall Kennedy worked with the property managers at 200 West Madison to respond to tenant needs for greater bike security in order to encourage cycling. A gated enclosure with the security and safety of a key card entry system, security cameras, improved lighting and upgraded bike racks was installed at the property in Chicago, Illinois in 2011 as a result of tenant engagement. 

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ExpandFare Fight for Food

  Bentall Kennedy’s Fare Fight for Food was an eight-month long competition between 16 shopping centres to raise funds and food for 22 food banks across Canada.  Our shopping centres, and their tenants and customers raised $279,115 and 366,291 pounds of food to benefit food banks in 22 communities across Canada.

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ExpandThe Big Little Give with Eglinton Square

 

In keeping with their "It's the little things" brand, Eglinton Square asked their shoppers for a little so they could give big to Rosalie Hall during Eglinton Square's The Big Little Give.

 

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ExpandProperty owners and tenants bring clean water access

In the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), property owners and tenants were the key to a successful campaign to fund a water project in West Africa through the Ryan’s Well Foundation.

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