Our Values

As a provider of legal services, CMN does not have high risk factors for the environment. However, CMN is conscious of its environmental footprint and our approach to sustainability is set out in our D0021 Environmental Policy and D0021A Environmental Initiatives and Objectives 2021.

Our objectives for 2022/2023 include:

  • Pollution prevention by using alternative energy that is renewable
  • Resource Conservation:
  • Install low flow faucets
  • Engage employees to be more conscientious
  • Use of sensor lights
  • Use of energy efficient light bulbs
  • Turning off computers and monitors when not in use
  • Waste Reduction / Minimisation
  • Reduce Carbon Footprint, zero emissions
  • Reduce waste by 30%
  • Energy – 100% renewable energy where possible
  • Buy accredited energy efficient items
  • Encourage responsible consumption. Responsible consumption means using our resources and energy efficiently 
  • Encourage responsible waste management by minimising resources in production of services (paper by 10%) and reuse and recycle consumables
  • Recycle printer cartridges to road base
  • Feasibility study on implementing ISO 14001 accreditation
  • Support non – profit organisations that support sustainability

CMN is proud to be a carbon neutral business through our involvement with Pathzero.

Pathzero uses innovative and smart technology to help CMN measure our carbon footprint and reduce our impact.

Going carbon neutral means removing as much CO2 and other greenhouse gasses from the atmosphere as CMN emits. Once our footprint is measured, Pathzero purchases the required amount of verified carbon credits to offset our emissions from a certified carbon offset project through its partnership with South Pole.

CMN’s project – Mount Sandy Conservation project (pdf)

Nestled between the Coorong National Park and Lake Albert in South Australia, Mount Sandy protects one of the last pockets of bush and wetlands in the region. The project brings together non-Indigenous and Indigenous Australians by promoting land conservation using methods that have been employed by Traditional Custodians, the Ngarrindjeri people, for millennia. The project ensures permanent protection for a regionally and culturally important pocket of biodiversity-rich land in partnership with its Traditional Owners.