Achieve net zero carbon by 2040
We will achieve this commitment by implementing a robust action plan that will improve the energy efficiency and resilience of our assets.
Greenhouse gas emissions
Minimizing our environmental footprint includes adopting standards and obtaining environmental certifications.
Investing responsibly also means choosing sustainable projects to ensure the well-being and optimal development of communities around the world.
of our portfolio holds a green building certification
(based on gross asset value)
Reduction in greenhouse gas emissions since 2017
Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village, New York, United States
Another way to decrease our impact on the environment is to reduce, recycle, compost and reuse solid waste.
of materials are diverted from landfill at the properties we manage
of the properties we manage offer a composting program
As at December 31, 2019
As a long-term investor, we know that certifications are important in driving the performance of our assets. Environmental certifications are increasingly valued as a tool to promote the value and quality of a building’s construction and management, in addition to fulfilling the expectations of tenants, employees, business partners and other stakeholders. Through these certifications, we can ensure that our real estate portfolio meets recognized industry requirements and standards.
(non-exhaustive certification list)
Jacques‑Parizeau Building, Montreal, Canada
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