“As a leader in our industry we have the responsibility to influence and cultivate diverse thinking in our communities, sharing with, and learning from those who inspire us, coming together to create sustainable change in our environment.”
Since inception Green Park has been on a rapid journey of growth and development. Now in our eighth year it is time to re-visit our aims and strategic responsibilities we first put in place in 2006, to ensure that they reflect the journey the organisation is now on.
One of our core values is to develop and nurture talent, both internally and externally, forming an integral part of who we are and what we do. We endeavour to explore all avenues to find and unlock this potential to create opportunities in a sustainable and responsible way.
This is borne from our passion and commitment to diversity and understanding the power of collective difference to influence our communities and wider environment. Green Park is diverse by nature and this forms the roots of our business. It also forms the basis of how we develop and nurture relationships within our social and physical environment. These relationships in turn cultivate diverse streams of talent which feed back into our roots thus making us a more sustainable, a more networked and adaptable organisation.
Green Park’s Commitment to the Environment
We are a carbon neutral organisation and make every effort to reduce our work-related carbon emissions. These include:
- Turning computers off when they are not in use
- Switching off computer monitors during lunch hours, client visits and periods of downtime
- Using environmentally friendly light bulbs
- Switching off meeting room, hallway, and bathroom lights when they are not in use
- Switching off photocopier when not in use
- Reducing paper usage and recycling all paper and recyclable waste
- Minimising air conditioner use
- Calculating and offsetting carbon emissions
- Ensuring our own suppliers strive for carbon neutrality
Green Park in the community
Each Green Park employee has three “Green Days” each year where they can take a working day to volunteer to work with a registered charity or otherwise contribute to the community in a positive way.
Each year we take on work experience juniors, targeting under-represented groups to give them experience of a professional working environment and to help prepare them for their future careers.