JLL’s motivations to participate in IMS Luxembourg’s activities:

The built environment is responsible for around 40% of global carbon emissions, which is considerable.
Reducing the environmental impact of real estate must therefore be a priority for investors, developers and 'consumer' businesses, i.e. occupiers. In this equation, the agent plays and must play an important role. JLL, both globally and locally, is already committed to this approach. The teams are convinced advocates of a sustainable, diverse and inclusive future. Now we need to get down to business because this decade will be crucial. The IMS is an opportunity to exchange with other companies at a local level to discover other best practices. 


JLL’s CSR policy:

In 2020, JLL signed the "Net-Zero Carbon Buildings" commitment of the World Green Building Council, committing to occupy only carbon-free offices by 2030.
A better world is a net-zero world, in Luxembourg too, together with our partners, we are seeking to bring about profound and disruptive changes by integrating sustainable development into each of our actions.  
All of our departments are involved and trained in these issues. Whether it be at the agency level, in the planning of spaces, mobility, development, works, etc… 


JLL’s CSR actions and frameworks:

We support our clients in taking virtuous steps to reduce their carbon footprint, at all levels. For example, we support owners of old buildings in ambitious building refurbishment programmes to reduce energy costs to a minimum.
For occupants, we have developed a tool, Commuter, which calculates the carbon footprint of employees' commutes. This allows us to simulate several locations and make decisions that take this important criterion into account.
Our Tétris team, specialists in design&build, developed a sustainability code that measures the RSA impacts of each stage of the project.


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