JLL – amplifying their sustainability message
We recently completed a project for JLL, one of the world’s largest real estate services and investment management companies, where we used state of the art technology and pioneering acoustic techniques, to create a sound piece that was used to take senior managers on a sonic journey into the concept of sustainability. The aim of the sound piece was to explore the imperative of embracing sustainability and to show what the world could sound like if a business-as-usual path (the breakdown path) or a sustainable path (the breakthrough path) was followed. The sound piece was used to engage senior managers with the stark choice they face – the decision to create a company that will flourish in the future, and be an exemplar of sustainability best practice, or the decision to follow the low ambition business-as-usual path which could jeopardise the ability of the company to survive in the challenging times ahead. Partly as a result of the sound piece we created, senior managers have chosen to embrace science based targets as a way forward in the creation of a truly aspirational sustainability agenda for the company.
Tom Roundell Greene, Director, Global Sustainability
Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL)