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​Transforming our workplaces

JLL seeks to occupy more efficient and flexible offices around the world. Driving down energy and resource use and subsequent carbon emissions from both JLL offices and business travel activities. Procuring sustainable materials and striving for green building certifications where possible for our leased space. We aim to provide our employees with office space that supports their health, safety, and productivity by employing aspects such as flexible working, better access to daylight, and enhanced technology solutions – all with a minimal environmental impact.  
Safety and security is a core part of Building a Better Tomorrow. Read more about JLL’s culture of safety here​.

See our 2017 Global Sustainability Report for more information.


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.