Many organisations have committed to net zero carbon goals as part of their sustainability pledges. With buildings accounting for 40% of the global greenhouse gas emissions, one of the best opportunities to tackle carbon emissions start with real estate.
How can you take concrete actions to realise your enterprise sustainability strategy, while leveraging your real estate – be it owned or leased?
"The good news is that there are many solutions that exist today to dramatically reduce the amount of energy that buildings consume."
Check out our latest sustainability insights
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Sustainable real estate: Translating ambitions into actionsHeightened awareness and push for responsible behaviour has led to increased employee demands to work for sustainable organisations. How are your peers reacting to this shift in work dynamics and what can you do to keep up with employees demands? Gain actionable insights and best practices on green investment, leasing, and operations.
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Why healthy buildings are good for the bottom lineBuildings with clean air, plenty of natural sunlight, and other tenets of good health have become increasingly important for companies bidding to pull people back into the office. Research shows that healthy buildings also provide a greater return on investment too.
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How science-based targets are helping real estate shrink its carbon footprintWith deadlines for international sustainability commitments focusing attention on the need for action, more companies are turning to science-based targets to help mitigate the worst impacts of climate change and future-proof businesses.
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Our own sustainability ambitions in actionTogether with our partners, JLL aims to drive disruptive and impactful change by embedding sustainability into everything we do. We recently announced our aim to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2040 across all areas of operations, including the client sites we manage, globally.
Explore more questions
Are occupiers prepared to pay a premium for green certified buildings?
Sustainability has gone mainstream and real estate is at the core of it. It is expected that more and more employees are going to start demanding green and sustainable spaces.
What is the secret of a high impact work environment?
Discover how different aspects of the workplace interact to drive performance, and how you can design a workplace where your people thrive.
What does the future workplace look like?
With the realisation that the human interactions that occur within the workplace are unique and irreplaceable, office design has to continually transform as work dynamics evolve.
Talk to us about how we can accelerate your sustainability journey
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