How We Performed

GHG Emissions
(CRE3, EN16)
(intensity in kg CO2e/ft2)

Equipment upgrades, enhanced management practices, occupant conservation practices, portfolio shifts (disposition of older assets, new assets coming online) and cleaner emission factors for some provinces (e.g., Alberta) are the primary drivers of our improved emissions performance.

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Energy Consumption, by Asset Class
(CRE1, EN3, EN4)
(intensity in ekWh/ft2)
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Total Energy Consumption
(intensity in ekWh/ft2)
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Energy Use, by Asset Class
(in millions ekWh)
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Total Energy Use, by Source
(EN2, EN4)
(in millions ekWh)

Ongoing performance improvement is primarily the result of equipment upgrades, enhanced management practices, occupant conservation practices and portfolio shifts (disposition of older assets, new assets coming online).

NOTE: Non-normalized (e.g., for weather or other building variables)

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Water Use
(CRE2, EN8)
(intensity in L/ft2)

Water consumption has declined largely because of equipment upgrades (water efficient fixtures), enhanced management practices (landscaping) and portfolio shifts (disposition of older assets, new assets coming online). 100% of water used in Oxford’s managed properties and reported here is from municipal water utilities.

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Waste
(EN23)
(diversion rate of portfolio in %)

Waste diversion efforts continue to improve as we upgrade waste and recycling infrastructure and signage, increase composting, and introduce new food courts offering real plates and tableware, as well as composting in our retail assets.

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Waste Diversion
(EN23, Development Projects)

Total waste diverted from four of Oxford's recently completed LEED C&S projects from 2012 to 2015.

NOTE: No new projects were completed in 2016 to provide an updated waste diversion number.

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Green Buildings
(CRE8)
(% of portfolio)
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Green Buildings – LEED Certifications
(CRE8)
(% of managed office portfolio)
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Materials
(Development Projects)

Total FSC certified wood material used and recycled material contribution in four recently completed LEED C&S projects from 2012 to 2015.

NOTE: No new projects were completed in 2016 to provide updated materials numbers.

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