MUMBAI: JLL announced that it is on track to achieve, its 2020 sustainability targets, and has established an ambitious new, multi-year program framed around its commitment to shaping the future of the real estate for a better world.
JLL’s sustainability strategy, Building a Better Tomorrow, focuses on embedding sustainability across the four pillars of the program: Clients, People, Workplaces and Communities. The multi-year plan advances JLL’s commitment to clients, employees and communities by focusing on:
Throughout 2019, implementation was focused on JLL’s operation and services in eight key JLL markets including the U.S., the U.K., Australia, France, Germany, Greater China, India, and Japan. These markets will lead the way in driving meaningful change in the company’s operations around the world. In 2020, JLL will begin formal engagement with the next tranche of countries, twelve in total, to roll-out Building a Better Tomorrow.
“JLL’s global sustainability program ‘Building a Better Tomorrow, has helped the company be on track to meet – all existing sustainability targets across the four pillars of the program including Clients, People, Workplaces and Communities. The report is our roadmap for a responsible business and is sure to help us achieve resilience across all areas of sustainability thereby accessing environmental, social and governance challenges that lie ahead of us all,” says Ramesh Nair, CEO and Country Head, India, JLL.
JLL’s Bangalore Technology, Data & Information Management (TDIM) office received LEED V4 Platinum certification for designing energy and water-efficient space under the interior fit-out category, known as LEED for Interior Design and Construction: Commercial Interiors.
JLL’s sustainability highlights for 2019 include:
Find out more by downloading the JLL 2019 Global Sustainability Summary (8 pages) and/or the full JLL 2019 Global Sustainability Report.
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