Colliers Releases 2023 Global Sustainability Report

Colliers Global Sustainability Report includes achievements in climate action, inclusive workplaces, and healthy spaces.

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Foto: Dok. Colliers (Singapore) – Colliers, diversified professional services and investment management firm, released its fourth annual Global Sustainability Report, summarizing progress on its commitment to create a more sustainable future.

This includes achievements in climate action, inclusive workplaces and healthy spaces.

Notable 2023 achievements include:

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  • 24.8% reduction in Scope 1 and 2 emissions per square foot from a 2021 baseline
  • Validation of Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions targets by the Science Based Targets initiative
  • 33.5% women in management roles company-wide, up 1.8% since 2021
  • Achieving a WELL Health-Safety rating in 35% of Colliers offices larger than 2,500 sq. ft., up from 10% in 2022
  • Tripling the number of electric vehicles in fleet
  • 5,819 days contributed towards volunteering efforts by Colliers professionals

“In a year marked by economic and geopolitical uncertainty, we remain focused on the issues that will accelerate the success for both Colliers and our clients now and in the long term. In doing so, we are continuing to create value for all of our stakeholders,” said Jay Hennick, Global Chairman & CEO of Colliers.

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“This report reflects the collective efforts of our teams worldwide, as well as our ongoing partnerships with tenants, suppliers, and local communities. I’m proud of our momentum and the actions we are taking, which will have a significant positive impact on our enterprise and society,” said Sean Drygas, Global Head of Sustainability at Colliers.

Colliers’ report was produced with reference to the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB, now consolidated into the International Sustainability Standards Board) and the Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) to ensure strong governance of its sustainability program.

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