According to Ernst and Young, a consultancy, 95% of Global 250 companies issue sustainability reports. Sustainable operation cuts costs, reduces risk, and enhances brand value. However, choosing to operate sustainably is more than a competitive edge - it’s a collective obligation. Organizations of all types have recognized the importance of responsible business practices to customers, employees, investors, and the public.
Sustainability is a state in which the demands placed on the environment can be met without diminishing its integrity and productivity in the future. Practically, sustainable building operation focuses on energy and water efficiency, waste reduction and recycling, green construction materials and practices, and green maintenance and cleaning procedures. Sustainability means lower operating expenses and a superior indoor environment for occupants.
We continuously evaluate and improve our property management practices. We believe managing our environmental footprint and positively impacting the communities where we operate is not only the right thing to do, it is sound business practice.
Learn more about the Shorenstein Corporate Sustainability Program.