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90% respondents say ESG considerations shape corporate real estate strategies – Knight Frank survey


  • More than 50% of respondents are taking tangible steps towards ESG integration, either by establishing ESG plans or net-zero carbon targets.

  • 40% of organisations aim to achieve their targets by 2030, while another one-fifth have set their sights on longer term plans, extending beyond 2030 to 2050.

  • While “financial considerations continue to remain on the radar, the adoption of ESG practices is increasingly playing a key role in long-term planning”.

KUALA LUMPUR (July 3): More than 90% of respondents have indicated that environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations play a role, either fully or partially, in shaping their corporate real estate strategies, a survey by Knight Frank Malaysia revealed.

In its second white paper survey entitled “The Age of ESG: Futureproofing Corporate Real Estate with Sustainability”, Knight Frank Malaysia also found that more than 50% of respondents within the corporate real estate community are taking tangible steps towards ESG integration, either by establishing ESG plans or net-zero carbon targets.

Of these, 40% of organisations aim to achieve their targets by 2030, while another one-fifth have set their sights on longer term plans, extending beyond 2030 to 2050.



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