The guide to decarbonizing your real estate portfolio

Learn how to start reducing carbon emissions and keep your commitment to climate action

Have you set a net zero commitment? If so, you’ll need a real estate-specific strategy that cuts carbon emissions to meet your goals.

Why? The built environment is the world’s single largest carbon emitter – ahead of industry and transportation. That’s why your corporate real estate portfolio is instrumental to the success of your organization’s sustainability plan, which hinges on your ability to reduce carbon emissions.

Download our guide to decarbonizing your portfolio


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Moving forward on climate goals remains a challenge for even the most enthusiastic and committed organizations. What’s missing is a common understanding of how to successfully measure and reduce carbon emissions within the built environment.

In this ebook, you’ll learn how to:

  • Baseline your portfolio’s emissions

  • Compare your current performance to industry benchmarks

  • Find a framework for success

  • Implement a central database

  • Refine your KPIs to achieve maximum impact

  • Run scenarios and establish goals

  • Set portfolio strategy and investment plan

  • Prepare your transition to renewable energy

Still have questions? Talk to a real estate sustainability expert today.