CDC takes seriously its obligations that are subject to environmental forces, social trends and governance imperatives (ESG).
To find our more about CDC’s ESG plan, contact a CDC customer representative and find out more about how CDC gives back into the community it lives in.
A sustainable environment is a key part of CDC’s charter. This sees all customers, both locally and globally benefit from the technology and leadership that CDC provides in the operation of energy and water efficient data centres. CDC is targeting 2030 to be carbon neutral and its operation currently:
CDC has invested significantly in the latest technologies and compliance programs to provide our customers with the assurance that its data centre partner takes the environment seriously.
CDC is proud to invest in the surrounding community. Through numerous partnerships with community groups, CDC support grass roots organisations and creates local opportunities to build for a better world.
CDC fosters workplace inclusivity, diversity and operates a zero harm policy. CDC is actively building an indigenous engagement plan to promote and incorporate opportunities for Indigenous businesses and their employees. CDC actively fosters a broad, ethical and diverse environment in which we can all thrive and build for a better future.
CDC procure from a diverse and morally responsible supplier-base, and as such require such suppliers to conduct themselves with the same socially conscious ethos that is embodied within CDC. Please see a copy of CDC’s supplier code of conduct here.
CDC is the leading provider of high quality, secure and reliable data centre services in Australia. All CDC data centres are certified to meet local and global environmental and energy management standards.
CDC has implemented global best practice governance structures and procedures in order to govern itself, make effective decisions, comply with the law, and meet the needs of external stakeholders.
CDC Data Centre is a proud and sovereign organisation that puts back into the community it lives in. CDC is a major sponsor of Hands across Canberra who support in excess of 250+ charities within the region.
In recent times, CDC has been active in supporting junior cricket to ensure the kids in the region have the opportunity to do what their parents have done before them.