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People, Planet, Performance: Sustainability in Focus

February 1, 2023

Our mission to deliver a better tomorrow

At LaSalle, our mission is to deliver investment performance for a better tomorrow for all our stakeholders, and sustainability and strong climate action are an integral part of delivering both performance and a better tomorrow.

We are addressing the physical and transitional risks associated with the impacts of climate change and the move to a decarbonized world, with action across all areas of our business. We firmly believe that this climate-focused approach can drive investment performance.

Our 2022 sustainability review covers our environmental sustainability strategy and approach as well as how our actions can add value for investors and other stakeholders. It highlights our 2022 results and details how we are tackling resource conservation, reducing carbon emissions and evaluating climate risk across all areas of our business. We conclude with a selection of case studies from around the world highlighting our efforts in carbon conservation, resource capture, supporting biodiversity and supporting a more circular economy.

Far from simply mitigating climate risk, our commitment to sustainability runs through every facet of our business, to ensure that we add value at every stage of an asset’s lifecycle and across the investment process.

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