Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Jones Lang LaSalle Partners With Carbon Disclosure Project Cities Program to Cut Energy Waste and Carbon Emissions in The World's Top Cities


CHICAGO, IL - Jones Lang LaSalle, a leading global real estate services firm, has been named a lead sponsor to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) Cities program to improve environmental sustainability in the world's largest cities, and thereby enhance their economic viability.

With CDP Cities, the Carbon Disclosure Project adapts the universally respected CDP reporting system to provide a global platform for city governments to report their greenhouse gas emissions and other sustainability-related information. 

Jones Lang LaSalle will use its global reach and expertise in advising cities and multi-national companies on energy and climate strategies to help refine the CDP Cities reporting criteria and to provide education and consultation to assist cities in improving their performance.

"Jones Lang LaSalle is uniquely positioned to be a valuable global real estate partner to CDP Cities," said Dan Probst (top right photo), Chairman of Energy and Sustainability Services at Jones Lang LaSalle.

"We have developed a world-class platform for large-scale measurement and reporting of carbon emissions, and are in the vanguard of companies able to help cities mitigate risk and seize opportunities in the new global green economy.

“We also have made a strong commitment to reducing our environmental impact, and have followed up on those goals with actions across our firm."

 For further information, please visit our website,
Contact: Craig Bloomfield
Phone: 312 228 2774

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