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The impact of sustainability on value


Sustainable corporates


There has been a shift in momentum from companies around sustainability, with an acceleration in the number of leading organisations publicly stating their sustainability targets. While most have signed up to Science Based Target initiatives (SBTs), others have gone further in declaring net zero carbon targets or beyond, such as Microsoft and AstraZeneca declaring ambitious plans to be carbon negative by 2030. Microsoft has gone further and pledged that by 2050 it will have removed all the carbon from the environment that they have emitted since the company was founded in 1975.


Latest data shows that globally nearly 800 companies have signed up to the science based targets in line with the Paris Agreement to limit global warming by 1.5%, but that just 45, including JLL UK, have declared an ambition to be net zero carbon via the World Green Building Council. As companies come under siege from their employees, customers, shareholders and the population at large, participation in these schemes provides a positive message around a firm’s corporate governance and social responsibility, and numbers will only increase.


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