Real Estate Environmental Sustainability Transparency Index, 2014

November 18, 2014
The Real Estate Environmental Sustainability Transparency Index has been developed for 33 countries. The Index is based on a survey completed by JLL Energy and Sustainability Services experts in each country. The survey comprises seven questions relating to different components of environmental sustainability, covering: 1. Financial Performance Indices for Green Buildings 2. Green Building Rating Systems 3. Carbon Reporting Frameworks 4. Energy Benchmarking Systems 5. Energy Efficiency Requirements for New Buildings 6. Energy Efficiency Requirements for Existing Buildings 7. Green Lease Clauses For each question, our expert teams were provided with a detailed rubric of three answer choices, ranging from 1 – most transparent – to 5 – opaque. Based on where their market fits within that rubric of options, respondents assigned a score. The questions were answered with respect to commercial office real estate. An overall Real Estate Environmental Sustainability Transparency Index was calculated by equally weighting the scores for the seven questions. Learn more about global sustainability in real estate by visiting http://www.jll.com/gsp Learn more about JLL's Global Real Estate Transparency Index 2014 by visiting http://www.jll.com/greti
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