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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The Green Revolution In Commercial Real Estate Has Been Waged And Green Real Estate Has Won
To view CBRE’s Green Building Adoption Index full report, click here.  Editors’ Note: In early October, an engaged council of architects and designers gathered at NAREIM’s...
Dec 23, 2014 8:00 AM ET
CBRE Achieves Highest Accolade In The ENERGY STAR Campaign As An Elite Member with 316 building labels
Headquartered in Los Angeles, Calif., ...
Dec 22, 2014 10:25 AM ET
CBRE Named 2014 Power Partner by Duke Energy
CBRE was awarded the Duke Energy 2014 Power Partner Award, based on its commitment to responsible energy use and focus in creating lasting value in its organization and the community. Duke Energy established the Power Partner awards in 1992 to recognize businesses that achieve exemplary results in energy efficiency, sustainability and business growth. ...
Dec 4, 2014 11:30 AM ET
CBRE Won the Signatory of the Year Award for Office Space Over 2,000sqm at the National CitySwitch Awards
Congratulations to CBRE’s Sustainability team on their double success at the CitySwitch awards this week. CBRE won the Signatory of the Year award for office space over 2,000sqm at the National CitySwitch Awards held in Melbourne. Earlier in the week, the team claimed the same award at the state based CitySwitch Awards in NSW. ...
Dec 1, 2014 11:00 AM ET
Greenbuild Special Report: Finding the Value of Healthy Buildings
Much like when the green building movement that first hit commercial real estate at the turn of the millennia, we are currently sitting at the starting line for a new era of change. This time the target is not the building, but rather its users. Specifically their health—and in turn—productivity. Tenants have just started putting a premium on spaces conducive to healthy and happy employees....
Oct 29, 2014 3:00 PM ET