The world’s financial, social, and environmental challenges demand a bolder response from businesses around the world, which is why we’re committed to new ways of partnering with our stakeholders that help achieve our shared ambitions for a sustainable future.
From serving our clients and engaging our people, to respecting natural resources in our workplaces, and building community relationships, we’re focused on what is good for business and for a sustainable future. This progressive approach leads to responsible investment decisions with healthier, safer, more engaged people, and increased value for all of our stakeholders, building a better tomorrow everywhere we can.
Building a Better
We want to make JLL a world-leading, sustainable professional services firm by creating spaces, buildings and cities where people can thrive.
Our sustainability targets
In 2012 JLL was one of the first firms in its sector to announce public sustainability targets. Having achieved these targets within the five year timeframe set, the firm announced a new sustainability leadership ambition in June 2018. With a thirty year horizon the firm has committed to setting a Science based target by 2019 and has introduced goals across each of the four pillars of Building a better tomorrow.
Deliver targeted training to employees from key business lines and incorporate sustainability basics into JLL on-boarding for new hires by 2020.
Our eight largest country businesses by revenue to improve gender balance of leadership population by 2021.
Identify challenges and provide targeted solutions to the attrition and developments of employees, in particular those with up to 3 years’ service (2018/19).
Reduce building-related GHG emissions per corporate office employee by 2% p.a. from 2017 to 2019
Reduce building-related energy consumption per corporate office employee by 2% p.a. from 2017 to 2019.
Set a Science-Based Target for JLL’s global Scope 1 and 2 emissions, and an accompanying Scope 3 target.
100% of JLL office space larger than 10,000 ft2 to have sustainability certification by 2030.
Based on average employee Lost Injury Frequency Rate of the two prior performance periods, achieve a reduction of 10% by 2020. Drive prompt reporting of incidents and ensure that employees in all corporate offices are consulted on health and safety.
Sustainable procurement framework to be adopted globally by 2020.