CBRE Environmental Sustainability

CBRE Environmental Sustainability

In response to ongoing global discussion about climate change and its impact on the natural environment, CBRE has committed to minimizing that impact for our company, clients and communities.

Buildings are widely viewed as a significant contributor to carbon emissions, and as the world’s largest manager of commercial buildings CBRE has both a responsibility and an opportunity to influence the way buildings are built, sourced, managed, occupied and sold.

This ability to drive sustainable real estate practices is a fundamental principal of our environmental leadership.

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UK Zero Carbon Goal Receives Hammer Blow
In an unexpected, and controversial, move this month the Treasury has canned plans to make new homes carbon neutral from 2016. Similarly, it is also shelving zero carbon standards for non-residential buildings, which had been due for inception in 2019. Earlier this year, the outcome of the ...
Aug 7, 2015 9:15 AM ET
How Connectivity Has Changed the Real Estate Game
The three most important attributes for any property are location, location, location—or, at least, that’s what we’ve heard for the past many decades. But does this hold true in today’s globalized, hyper-connected economy? Technology is transforming the way we live and work and the decisions we make. Location is still important, but in an age of improved mobility for businesses...
Jul 27, 2015 7:05 AM ET
County Law Building Certified 1st LEED Platinum Facility in County of Riverside
Newport Beach, CA, July 9, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Trammell Crow Company's County Law Building in Indio, CA has become the first County of Riverside facility to receive...
Jul 9, 2015 7:55 AM ET
The Green Way Forward for UK Shopping Centres
In a new, first of its kind, piece of research the British Council of Shopping Centres (BCSC) in partnership with CBRE can reveal that investing in sustainable features increases the market value of shopping centres in the UK, by up to and over 5%.This is important given that retail property, including shopping...
Jul 8, 2015 9:35 AM ET
Green Can Still Be A Competitive Advantage. Here's Why.
Green office space is pretty common in Denver now, but adoption hasn't been uniform marketwide, and there are still opportunities for some properties to stand out simply for having green features. CBRE director, research and analysis, Jessica Ostermick tells us why. Continue reading on Bisnow.com >>>
Jul 7, 2015 9:35 AM ET

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