Your lawyers since 1722

198 assets
985,000 m2 total floor area

Goldman Sachs is a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm that provides a wide range of financial services to corporations, financial institutions, governments and high-net-worth individuals. The company recognises the key role it can play in addressing climate change through deployment of capital and low-carbon operations.


Member of US Green Building Council

36,600 employees

34 countries of operation

Joined in 2019

1. Commit

Maintain net zero carbon emissions across global operations from 2015 onwards, supported by commitments to energy use reduction and 100% renewable electricity supply.

2. Disclose

Report global energy use and Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions annually through the CDP Climate Change disclosure and company sustainability report.

3. Act

Achieve carbon neutrality through the Carbon Reduction Framework, which prioritises energy reduction initiatives across Goldman Sachs facilities and enables the procurement of renewable electricity and high-quality certified carbon offsets.

4. Verify

Undergo independent third-party verification of global energy and greenhouse gas emissions data per the GHG Protocol annually and aim to certify 70% of building footprint through LEED or equivalent green building standards.

5. Advocate

Support sustainable growth by harnessing capital to scale innovative business models, integrating ESG data and perspectives into investment research, and partnering to invest in initiatives that advance sustainable development. Deploy a sustainable procurement framework across full supply chain.

Commitment Partner Initiatives

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