CBRE Releases 16th Annual Corporate Responsibility Report


CBRE – CBRE’s 2022 Corporate Responsibility Report outlines how the company is working to accelerate progress towards a low-carbon future, offer opportunities for all people to prosper, and lead with integrity to build trust.

Among the notable 2022 achievements are:

More than 8,300 buildings have been registered for energy performance for clients worldwide.

More than $2.5 billion in green financing bonds/notes have been issued (CBRE Investment Management).

Approximately $5 billion was spent with sustainable suppliers, while approximately $3 billion was spent with small and diverse suppliers.

CBRE staff have spent over one million hours learning.

Scored in the 90th percentile on the Corporate Political Disclosure and Accountability Index


“CBRE is working hard to create positive impacts for people and the planet while delivering outstanding results for our clients,” stated Bob Sulentic, president and chief executive officer of CBRE.  “Our annual report chronicles the many ways we collaborate with clients, suppliers, strategic partners, and community stakeholders to meet our ambitious and necessary goals.”

CBRE’s 2022 Corporate Responsibility Report is accessible at www.cbre.com/cr-report. It was created in compliance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards and incorporates disclosures from the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB, now integrated under the International Sustainability Standards Board) and the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures. More information about CBRE’s corporate responsibility programmes may be found at www.cbre.com/responsibility.