Real Estate for a changing world

Our CSR Commitments

Our vision: 4 responsibilities and our 12 CSR commitments

Drive the transformation towards sustainable real estate: low carbon, resilient, inclusive and a source of well-being

ECONOMIC RESPONSIBILITY: working with customers and partners to increase property value

There is a real challenge for the real estate industry and this approach views the building as a complete ecosystem that considers the work environment (technology, connectivity, safety, air quality, comfort, well-being) and social and inclusive equity, all finely balanced in terms of cost/benefit. To achieve this, BNP Paribas Real Estate is committed to:

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Improving the customer experience, quality of life and property value of our offerings

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ECONOMIC RESPONSIBILITY: Sustainable products and services

Offering economically viable products and services that incorporate ESG criteria

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ECONOMIC RESPONSIBILITY: Ethics and transparency

Ensuring professional ethics and good governance with full transparency throughout our value chain

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ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY: transitioning to low carbon and reducing our environmental footprint

In Europe, buildings account for 40% of energy consumption and 36%* of greenhouse gas emissions. To limit global warming to below 1.5°C by the end of the century, buildings have to reduce their GHG emissions by 50% by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. BNP Paribas Real Estate’s environmental commitments for 2025 are as follows:

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Implement a carbon emission mitigation plan and adapt buildings to climate change through energy efficiency and circular economy approaches

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ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY: Biodiversity and natural resources

Combat biodiversity loss and optimise the management of natural resources

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Reconcile environmental quality with health, safety and well-being objectives

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SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: ensuring the development, engagement and well-being of employees

Mobilising all employees is a strategic lever for building a responsible company. One way in which the social value of an organisation is measured is by its ability to foster the development of its employees, notably through the creation of fair and equitable career opportunities for them. At BNP Paribas Real Estate, these social commitments are made tangible by:

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Providing a healthy, flexible and innovative work environment that promotes employee fulfilment

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Being a learning organisation and enhancing our employees’ skills

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SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: Diversity and inclusion

Ensuring diversity, equal opportunities and inclusion

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CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY: being a committed real estate player and generating local and partnership initiatives

In order to create meaningful and sustainable opportunities in the cities and regions where we operate, BNP Paribas Real Estate encourages civic and inclusive initiatives for a sustainable and inclusive city. To this end, the company is committed to:

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CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY: Real estate for tomorrow

Promoting the culture and influence of sustainable development in real estate professions

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Ensuring a positive contribution in our cities and regions

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Supporting cohesive initiatives to contribute to a sustainable and inclusive city

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