Sands has released its 2019 Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report, which outlines the company’s strategies and progress around its corporate responsibility pillars of People, Community and Planet. The report also details Sands’ extensive governance practices that ensure ethics and accountability in all areas of the business.
Highlights from the company’s 2019 performance include marked progress in key environmental programs involving plastics elimination and renewable energy transition; expansion of social programs to support Team Member wellness, engage small and medium enterprises and solve community problems in local regions; and continued focus on globalizing best practices and training programs around governance initiatives to ensure safeguards and the highest standards of business conduct.
As a result of its 2019 performance, Sands was the only Integrated Resort company named to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index North America and one of only 10 companies in North America named to the CDP “A” list for both climate change and water security.
“We are a valuable contributor to our host regions by providing thousands of jobs, substantial tourism and tax revenue, and significant procurement and local business spending,” said Patrick Dumont, executive vice president and chief financial officer. “As important to the economic engine we deliver is our unwavering commitment to sustainable, responsible and ethical business practices that underscore our mission to be an employer and business partner of choice.”
To best showcase its performance, Sands has combined all elements of its 2019 sustainability efforts into a single report, outlining the following areas:
Click here to read the full report, detailing Sands’ 2019 sustainability performance and accomplishments.