Reports and associations



Aberdeen is a member of the following associations:

Principles for Responsible Investing (PRI)

The PRI provides a framework for investors to consider environmental, social and governance issues and incorporate these into decision making and ownership practices.

Members since: 2007

Visit the PRI website

CDP and CDP Water Disclosure

CDP is an independent, not-for-profit organisation which holds a database on companies’ greenhouse gas emissions, water use and climate change strategies.

Members since: 2004

Visit the CPD website

Asian Corporate Governance Association (ACGA)

We work with ACGA to make sure we use effective corporate governance practices throughout Asia. It’s an independent, non-profit membership organisation.

Members since: 2002

Visit the Asian Corporate Governance Association website

FTSE 4 Good

The FTSE4Good UK Index objectively measures our performance as a socially responsible company and supports investment in Aberdeen.

Members since: 2002

Visit the FTSE4Good website

International Sustainability Alliance (ISA)

This group is dedicated to achieving a more sustainable built environment through the use of environmental assessment methods.

Members since: 2010

Visit the ISA website

Better Building Partnership (BBP)

The BBP is a collaboration of the UK’s leading commercial property owners who are working together to improve the sustainability of existing commercial building stock.

Members since: 2013

Visit the BBP website

Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC)

The Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC) is a forum for collaboration on climate change for investors. It provides investors with a collaborative platform to encourage public policies, investment practices, and corporate behaviour that address long-term risks and opportunities associated with climate change.

Members since: 2013

Visit the IIGCC website

Dutch Green Building Council

Founded in 2008 the main objective of this group was to develop a sustainability label to allow the uniform rating of buildings throughout the Netherlands. This rating came into operation in 2009. Since then the organisation has been involved in advancing the environmental efficiency of the built environment, raising the profile of green buildings and expanding and sharing knowledge amongst the property industry.

Members since: 2011

Visit the Dutch Green Building Council website


RAKLI promotes environmental efficiency within the built environment. The association is active in shaping public policy and encouraging best practise, development and for providing information to the property and construction industry.

Members since: 2000

Visit the RAKLI website

The United Nations Global Compact

Members since: 2013

Visit the UN Global Compact website

Living Wage Foundation

Members since: 2014

Visit the Living Wage Foundation website

Carbon Trust Certification

Members since: 2014

Visit the Carbon Trust website