5 August 2021
Grosvenor Asia Pacific joins Japan Climate Leaders’ Partnership
As a supporting member, Grosvenor Asia Pacific joins JCLP to to engage and collaborate with businesses to mitigate climate change. This aligns with Grosvenor Group’s commitment to net-zero carbon.
Grosvenor Asia Pacific joins the Japan Climate Leaders’ Partnership (JCLP), a coalition of Japanese companies, as a supporting member to engage and collaborate with businesses to mitigate climate change. This aligns with Grosvenor Group’s commitment to net-zero carbon.
Japan Climate Leaders’ Partnership (JCLP) is a coalition of corporations which seeks to create a sustainable net zero society. Its members (over 180 as of August 2021) share a common goal and proactively work with policy makers, industry peers and community groups. Since April 2017, JCLP has been The Climate Group’s regional delivery partner on RE100, EP100 and EV100 initiatives in Japan.
Grosvenor Group announced in 2019 our commitment to achieve net-zero carbon operational emissions from all of our directly managed buildings globally by 2030, and to work towards all buildings in our portfolio, directly and indirectly managed, being embodied and operational net-zero by 2050.
This commitment demonstrates the Group’s Living Cities approach, whereby the Group combines a far-sighted, international perspective with an intimate local knowledge of markets and communities to deliver its promise. Grosvenor aims to have a positive impact on today’s communities, whilst being alive and responsive to the needs of future generations.
For more about JCLP, please visit their website https://japan-clp.jp.
About Grosvenor Asia Pacific
Grosvenor Asia Pacific is a property developer and investor in Greater China and Japan with a focus on Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area, Shanghai and the Yangtze River Delta, and Tokyo. We have been active in the Asia region for over 25 years.
Our investment and development activities are focused on the residential, office and retail sectors, with new initiatives being developed in prop-tech and digital innovation.
Our Greater China business predominantly operates through joint-ventures with like-minded, best-in-class partners, whilst our Tokyo business focuses on proprietary development and asset management. We are currently responsible for USD $1.4bn of assets under management.
As we work to improve property and places, we focus on creating sustainable communities, reducing the impact of the built environment by achieving a net-zero carbon footprint across our portfolio by 2030 and improving the wellbeing of the communities where we operate.
We are part of Grosvenor Group, a privately-owned international property company. With a track record of over 340 years, the Group develops, manages, and invests with a purpose of improving property and places to deliver lasting commercial and social benefit.