Jones Lang LaSalle is a leader in sustainability among real estate sector companies, and has adopted a number of policies and joined organizations which have enabled it to holistically reduce its environmental impact at properties throughout the U.S.

In July 2008, the CERES Board of Directors approved Jones Lang LaSalle as a network company and it became the first real estate sector company to join CERES, a leading coalition of investors, environmental groups and public interest organizations, who work together with companies to address sustainability challenges.  Jones Lang LaSalle recently became the first real estate sector company to sign onto the Business for Innovative Climate and Energy Policy (BICEP) project developed by CERES.

Jones Lang LaSalle supports its Environmental Sustainability Policy which states: “A healthy environment is good for business and essential to the well-being of everyone on our planet. We recognize that buildings can have a significant impact on the environment. Jones Lang LaSalle plays a meaningful role in addressing environmental challenges through the advice we give our clients about real estate development, investment and occupancy. We aim to develop leading standards and improvement practices in our own offices and then help our clients do the same in their real estate.”

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