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Jones Lang LaSalle last week released its 2012 Sustainability Report, “Moving toward a more sustainable enterprise,” which details the company’s services, operations and client-focused strategies to achieve long-term sustainable solutions across five sustainability categories: energy and resources; client service excellence; green buildings; community and supply chain; and workplace, well-being and diversity.
“Jones Lang LaSalle has a long history of providing innovative sustainability services for our clients’ real estate and our own offices,” said CEO Colin Dyer. “We create value for clients, shareholders and employees by focusing on environmental and health and safety issues, and by fostering diversity and community engagement.”
The report outlines practices implemented by JLL and its clients, revealing an increased focus to integrate sustainability into all real estate decisions, and demonstrates how the firm mirrors the services it provides to clients internally, taking steps to becoming a fully sustainable enterprise. The firm’s 2012 highlights include:
The report also reiterates the real estate giant’s commitment to corporate citizenship and responsibility through its ethical business model and through the value it delivers in the global community. The firm’s 2012 highlights include:
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The sustainability-focused expertise Jones Lang LaSalle provides to clients resonated internally, as the firm set an energy and GHG emissions target for its own global portfolio by committing to a 10 percent reduction by end of 2017 against base year 2012.
Published Sep 25, 2013 4pm EDT / 1pm PDT / 9pm BST / 10pm CEST