CB Richard Ellis Group Announces ‘Carbon Neutral’ Goal

CB Richard Ellis Group Inc., the world’s largest commercial real estate services company, has announced the goal to become carbon neutral by 2010.
The company plans to work with tenants and owners of more than 1.7 billion square feet of building space managed by the firm to cut energy use and emissions associated with those facilities. The company said the initiative is a response to the growing demand for green facilities from both clients and employees.
CB Richard Ellis will work with the Natural Resources Defense Council to introduce new energy saving measures at client-owned and occupied properties.
This is the first time a major commercial real estate services firm has announced plans to go carbon-neutral.
Working with both owners and tenants, the company expects to engage its clients in discussions about environmental issues with a goal of implementing energy saving technology and practices at the vast majority of its clients’ properties and corporate facilities.
CB Richard Ellis Group, Inc. is an S&P 500 company headquartered in Los Angeles with over 24,000 employees, the company serves real estate owners, investors and occupiers through more than 300 offices. Their Tulsa office is located at 7912 E. 31st Ct. Ste. 200.



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