Our Commitment

Reconciliation Action Plan

Building an inclusive Australia with opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples requires considered action. Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) outlines our commitment to reconciliation and is integrated throughout the business. We engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, community centres, educational facilities and businesses in the regions we work.

One of our RAP goals is to ensure that employees are educated on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History and Cultures so we can implement this knowledge and integrate ethical and culturally aware practices in our work. We have engaged ‘Your Mob Learning’, a 100% Indigenous owned business to provide online foundational cultural awareness training for all Ecosure staff. We hope education will provide everyone with confidence to liaise with local communities, develop relationships and ensure our actions and values align with the goal for true Reconciliation.

Ecosure employ 7 staff that identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, that is 5.69% of our staff and we aim for more! We are committed to the RAP journey and are excited for the experiences, opportunities and learnings that lie ahead.

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Download - Reconciliation Action Plan

Our vision is for all Australians to understand the importance of reconciliation, to unify our society and embrace the diversity of Cultures in this land of many countries.

Sustainability

Ecosure is committed to reducing our carbon emissions to align with our corporate mission and values. We implement sustainability initiatives, efficient processes and choose carbon neutral alternatives where possible to reduce our carbon footprint. Unavoidable emissions are offset through the Aboriginal Carbon Foundation, an organisation that focuses on social, cultural, environmental, and economic benefits for Traditional Owners and provide opportunities for inter-generational learning and Connection to Country. We calculate and offset our operational carbon emissions (including fuel, flights and electricity) but exclude product carbon footprint and other complex emissions that require specialist analysis.

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