Assessing demand for sustainable warehousing

Demand for net zero space is set to surge

July 01, 2024
  • Annabel McFarlane
  • Caleb Franks
  • Rick Warner
  • Lauren Graham
60 of Australia’s 100 largest logistics and industrial occupiers have Net Zero Carbon Targets, up from 56 in 2023.

Consumer expectations, regulatory pressures to reduce carbon emissions, and the need to enhance brand reputation are rapidly driving demand for sustainable warehousing.

Our latest research reviews the current footprints of major logistics and industrial occupiers and proposed pathways to reach committed targets. Our findings indicate that these occupiers are spearheading the demand for sustainable properties. Their commitment to reporting Scope 1, 2, and increasingly, Scope 3 emissions highlights the growing sophistication and transparency in sustainability reporting as CFOs and Boards take a greater interest in climate-related disclosures.

Achieving economy-wide emission reduction targets hinges on the industrial and logistics sector, and landlords who partner with tenants dedicated to decarbonising their operations will be at the forefront of this transformative journey.

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