Tenants care about climate change — so much so that they’re willing to pay more for carbon neutrality. Many of our members are able to command higher rents in carbon-neutral buildings.
More than 273 of the world's largest asset managers, representing $63.1 trillion in assets, have committed to achieving net-zero alignment. Ignoring a building's carbon impact is no longer an option for many capital partners.
More and more municipalities are formally and informally considering carbon impact in their decision-making.
Reach carbon neutrality for as little as pennies per square foot — costs which many members pass through to tenants.
More than 21% of the world's 2,000 largest companies* have pledged to go carbon neutral. To achieve this goal, the buildings they lease and own must also be carbon neutral.
*Oxford University and Energy Climate Intelligence Unit study
Use our platform to offer carbon calculation and management as a service to clients passing the cost through as a line item or marking it up.
More and more municipalities are formally and informally considering carbon impact in their decision-making processes. Speed up your project timelines by proactively addressing their concerns.
Back up your ESG claims with transparent, verifiable data that will stand up to scrutiny.
Neutralizing your buildings' carbon emissions is required to achieve carbon neutrality.
Oxford University found that nearly 70% of people globally think climate change is an "extremely or very serious problem," and 80% of people are willing to change their lifestyle to reduce its effects. Your investors, tenants, and partners will thank you.
You can obtain carbon neutrality for as little as pennies per square foot, with potentially significant rewards.