Executive Summary: Prologis 2020 Sustainability ReportPrologis Park Sendai-Izumi, Miyagi, Japan.
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: PROLOGIS 2020 SUSTAINABILITY REPORTContentsPrologis Park Nieuwegein, Nieuwegein, the Netherlands.CEO Letter3Accelerating carbon reductions12About Prologis4Carbon neutral solutions13Our ESG approach5Labor solutions14Goals and progress6Delivering a world-class employee experience15ESG achievements7Volunteering and philanthropy16Responding to COVID-198Integrity at our core17Innovation—ahead of what’s next9Managing for the long term18Customer-centric building design10Awards and recognition19Carbon management11About this report202
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: PROLOGIS 2020 SUSTAINABILITY REPORTA messagefrom our CEODear Fellow Stakeholders,This past year was a challenging one for all of us. I am proud of all our team was able toaccomplish under difficult conditions, while maintaining a strong focus on our company’s valuesand priorities. This includes our longstanding commitment to excellence in Environmental, Socialand Governance (ESG) performance, which positioned us to innovate and grow our business in2020 while we supported our employees, customers, communities and investors through thepandemic. We have a strong history in pushing the boundaries of what is possible—and we mustgo even further to meet the urgency of today’s environmental and social challenges and thegrowing objectives of our stakeholders.During the pandemic, we found unique ways to make a difference and took swift action to ensurethe safety and well-being of our employees and their families, such as establishing work-fromhome policies, enhancing flex time and caregiver benefits and offering zero-interest loans.We are grateful for our Property Management and Maintenance teams who performed theirjobs with new strict safety protocols. Our Customer Experience and Operations teams activelysupported customers through regular virtual check-ins to understand needs in real time, sourcinghard-to-find PPE by leveraging our longstanding supplier relationships and creating a toolkit toguide customers through the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan process. In ourcommunities, we donated 9.3 million of in-kind rent to organizations staging frontline COVID-19response and created a 5 million global COVID-19 relief fund for nonprofits and communitybased relief organizations.We have demonstrated that wecan grow our business whileoperating with integrity, takingcare of our people, stayingfocused on our customers anddoing good in our communities.We also made progress on the Prologis 3Cs, our strategic blueprint for driving success andinnovation across the organization: Customer Centricity; Change Through Innovation andOperational Excellence; and Culture & Talent. We recently announced two important new goalsthat demonstrate this innovative spirit and advance our ESG commitment: We have committed to achieving third-party certification for all new developments andredevelopments globally, which furthers our 2008 commitment to design all new buildings tospecifications that align with leading sustainable building standards. In conjunction with our efforts to reduce carbon emissions and reach our science-based targets,we have committed to achieving 100% carbon-neutral construction globally by 2025 and willpartner with our customers to decarbonize their operations through our CarbonZero program.In 2020, we reached many other important milestones. To help address a talent shortagein the logistics industry, we expanded the Prologis Community Workforce Initiative (CWI)with an all-online, mobile-friendly version of our training curriculum, registering nearly 4,000new participants in key communities within just two months, and we recently announcedour partnership with the Association for Supply ChainManagement to create an industry certificate for individualswho complete a comprehensive professional educationprogram. We also made progress toward the three pillars ofour Inclusion & Diversity efforts—Infrastructure, Engagementand Community—through initiatives like HiPE, a rotationalleadership program targeting diverse candidates. 9.3 Mof in-kind rent donatedto organizations stagingfrontline COVID-19 response.Furthered by our SolarSmart initiative, we partnered with our customers to install 40 megawattsof new rooftop solar capacity at our warehouses, making it one of the program’s most successfulyears and adding to our onsite solar capacity that already ranks third among U.S. corporations.Our partnerships to install efficient LED lighting were very effective in 2020, expanding ourLED coverage by nearly 50%, as we work toward complete coverage at our properties by 2025.Underpinning all of these successes, we stepped up our direct ESG engagement and outreachwith customers and investors.For all these achievements and more, influential organizations have recognized Prologis as aglobal ESG leader, and I am proud to share a few of those honors: First among sector peers in the Americas & Asia: Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark(GRESB). Twelfth year among the Corporate Knights’ Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations. Top 10% of global sustainable companies recognized by the DJSI World Index 2020. CDP climate change disclosure A List.Our employees have been crucial to making ESG a core part of the Prologis culture. Throughtheir dedication and innovative spirit, we have demonstrated that we can grow our businesswhile operating with integrity, taking care of our people, staying focused on our customersand doing good in our communities. Whether facilitating the global distribution of COVID-19vaccines through our Space for Good program or helping our customers drive down their carbonfootprints, Prologis is uniquely positioned to help advance the well-being of people and theplanet. Through times of challenge as well as periods of progress, we will continue to push theboundaries of ESG performance and deliver new avenues of value for our stakeholders.Sincerely,Hamid R. MoghadamChairman and CEO, Prologis, Inc.3
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: PROLOGIS 2020 SUSTAINABILITY REPORTAboutPrologisPrologis, Inc. is the global leader in logistics real estate.We are more than four walls and a roof. We deliver value beyond real estate.We develop, own and operate real estate to generate income, and many of the world’s largestcompanies lease our space for their logistics operations. Our properties facilitate the distributionof goods globally, including many of the products people rely on every day. Community Workforce Initiative partners with our local communities to open and reinvigoratecareer pathways in the growing field of logistics. Customer Experience Teams allow us to proactively and promptly respond to our customers’needs. Prologis Essentials Marketplace offers our customers curated products and servicesconveniently online and on mobile devices for quick setup and smooth operation. Prologis Labs partners with customers to test new technologies, product ideas and services inour warehouse laboratory. Prologis Research shares opportunities and trends with customers, investors and other parties. Prologis Ventures invests in innovative companies developing solutions to address ourcustomers’ needs.Prologis operates a variety of separate investment vehicles, including 8 private funds and 2 publicco-investment vehicles—FIBRA Prologis and Nippon Prologis REIT, Inc. (NPR). 2.2 Teconomic value of goods movesthrough our warehouses.*3.5%of GDP flows through ourbuildings in the 19 countrieswhere we do business.*4.4%of global household consumptionflows through our warehouses.* 148 Bassets under management4,703buildings in our portfolio984 Msquare feetU.S.617 MSF3,328 buildingsEUROPE200 MSF843 buildings5,500customersASIA100 MSF249 buildingsOTHERAMERICAS67 MSF283 buildings19countries of operation#96S&P 500 (NYSE: PLD)*Source: Oxford Economics, IMF, Prologis Research as ofJune 30, 2020.This report describes the significant achievements andrelevant initiatives that have furthered our progresstoward our ESG ambitions and targets in 2020. Unlessotherwise stated, data covers the time period fromJanuary 1, 2020, through December 31, 2020.4
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: PROLOGIS 2020 SUSTAINABILITY REPORTOur ESGapproachPrologis’ longstanding commitment to ESG began with leading-edge governance dating back toour founding almost 40 years ago. Our deep commitment to environmental stewardship, socialresponsibility and good governance (ESG) has made us a leader in our industry and beyond.Customers, investors, communities and employees are increasingly focused on ESG challengessuch as climate change and opportunities for dignified work, raising the stakes for ESG as criticalto business success. We are leading the way to a more sustainable future by catalyzing theadoption of efficient and renewable energy technology, innovating new sustainable buildingpractices and unlocking jobs and economic growth. These efforts create value for our businessby driving innovation, deepening relationships, reducing our capital costs, expanding our valueproposition and strengthening our position as an employer of choice.A FOCUS ON FOUR HIGH-LEVERAGE STRATEGIC ionsInnovationCulture & talentESG informs decision-making from theboardroom to all corners of our globaloperation. Our commitment to ESG isstrengthened by its inherent alignmentwith the strategic blueprint of thecompany, the business imperatives wecall the 3Cs: Customer Centricity; ChangeThrough Innovation and OperationalExcellence; and Culture & Talent.Aligned with our sustainability efforts,seven of our top ten customers arepursuing progress toward the U.N.Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Asa sustainability leader with global reachand scale, we are ideally positioned topartner with our customers to enhancetheir sustainability performance, bothefficiently and cost-effectively.The world needs new ideas to accelerateprogress toward a sustainable futureand our business will benefit by bringingthem to our customers first. Our size andexpertise allow us to develop and scalethe next breakthrough.Our people have always been the drivingforce behind our success. To attractand retain top talent, we are focusedon delivering a world-class employeeexperience by fostering an inclusiveculture and supporting the health andwell-being of our workforce.Through Prologis Labs, we createand test new technologies and ideaslike EV charging stations and smartsensors so that we can continue topioneer innovation.Prologis took meaningful steps tosupport our employees throughthe COVID-19 pandemic, such asoffering zero-interest loans to nonmanagement employees.Our Investment Committeeconsiders ESG factors such asclimate and weather-related risks.ESG-related metrics such as inclusionand diversity, solar and LED lightinginform the pay of all Prologis executives.Prologis’ ESG solutions likeSolarSmart, Essentials LED and theCommunity Workforce Initiative createvalue for our customers and society.5
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: PROLOGIS 2020 SUSTAINABILITY REPORTGoals andprogressENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITYSDGGOAL/TARGET YEARPROGRESSInstall 200 Megawatts (MW) of solarcapacity on our buildingsAchieved2020ESG represents along-term investmentthat strengthens ouroperations, enhancesour competitivepositioning, improves riskmanagement and attractsand engages top talent.We have made significantprogress toward our ESGcommitments and are ontrack to accomplish more.SDGin 20192025100% of new development/redevelopment achieve sustainablecertificationRecurring annuallyInstall 100% LED lighting across ourentire portfolio (by area)252 MWthrough theend of 2020Spend 75,000 hours supporting ourlocal communities around the globe22,417 hours2019–2020We will begin reporting with 2021performance42%Equivalent to4,291 soccerfields40% increase1Reduce total Scope 3 GHGemissions2 by 15% (2016 baseline)trained throughthe end of 2020Enough peopleto staff over30 warehousesGOVERNANCESDGReduce total Scope 1 & 2 greenhouse gas(GHG) emissions by 21% (2016 baseline)202520255,672New goal established20252016–2020Scope 1 & 2 only represent 0.1% of our totalemissions37% reduction20252016–2020Scope 3 represents 99.9% of our totalemissionsAchieve 100% carbon-neutralconstruction globallyNew goal establishedOn trackPROGRESSTrain 25,000 participants through ourCommunity Workforce Initiative (CWI)Equivalent tothe energy useof 42,250 homesthrough the endof 20202025GOAL/TARGET YEAR2025Install 400 MW of solar capacity onour buildingsCompletedSOCIAL RESPONSIBILITYGOAL/TARGET YEARPROGRESSEnsure 100% of employees completeethics training100%in 2020Recurring annually1. Scope 1 & 2 emissions combined represent only 0.1% of our total carbon emissions. The 40% increase in combined Scope 1 & 2 emissionsequate to an increase of 1,106 MTCO 2e which is from stationary combustion and purchased heat and steam. Meanwhile, our Scope 3emissions have reduced by 2,200,000 MTCO 2e. Between 2016 and 2020 we have achieved a 37% reduction in Scopes 1, 2 & 3 emissions. Wecontinue to seek opportunities to drive reductions towards our science-based target.2. Scope 3 emissions account for 99.9% of Prologis’ total Scope 1, 2 and 3 carbon footprint.Note: We are retiring our cool roofs goal due to methodological challenges. However, we remain committed to installing cool roofs whereverthey provide energy savings, and by year-end 2020, 44% of our global portfolio had cool or reflective roofing.We will begin reporting with 2021performanceBehind schedule but have a plan to recover6
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: PROLOGIS 2020 SUSTAINABILITY REPORT2020 ESGachievementsPrologis Oakland Global Logistics Center,Oakland, California. Photo taken under strictadherence to local COVID-19 protocols with a3rd party COVID-19 compliance officer onsite. Helped our customers, employees, communities and investors navigate the pandemic. Committed to achieving sustainable building certification for all new development andredevelopment projects globally. Committed to achieving 100% carbon-neutral construction globally by 2025. Established our CarbonZero service, which makes it easy for customers to operate a carbonneutral building. Introduced SolarSmart as part of the Prologis Essentials services portfolio, which makes iteasy for customers to access onsite renewable energy. Installed 108 million square feet of LED coverage, more than any prior year. Launched an all online and mobile-friendly version of the Community Workforce Initiative(CWI) training program. Designated 5 million for a global COVID-19 relief fund and an additional 1 million toorganizations fighting racial injustice. Significantly expanded one-on-one ESG engagement with investors and customers to betterunderstand their needs and share our progress, research, and thought leadership. Signed on as a Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) Supporter. Achieved 100% completion of ethics training for all employees, including FCPA training fornon-U.S. colleagues.7
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: PROLOGIS 2020 SUSTAINABILITY REPORTRespondingto COVID-19The COVID-19 pandemichas impacted every part ofthe world and nearly everyaspect of our organization.We have worked tirelessly to help our employees, customers and communities navigatethe pandemic.EmployeesOur investments in technology and systems infrastructure positioned us to quickly institutea work-from-home policy. We also introduced new safety measures and resources for onsiteworkers and made packages of essential goods available to all U.S. employees. Our leadershipteam increased the cadence of communications and we rolled out a suite of benefits and supportto meet the evolving needs of our employees and their families, including: Interest free loans for employees whose spouses or family members had lost their jobs.COVID-19 care packages for all U.S. employees.Free COVID-19 testing.Expanded telehealth and Teladoc services, with a focus on mental health.Quarantine pay for employees forced to isolate.Monthly stipend to assist parents with childcare and homeschooling.Virtual ergonomic assessments of home offices.Virtual wellness courses, such as yoga and mindfulness.CustomersWe used our procurement leverage to source hard-to-get personal protective equipment (PPE)and other essentials, implemented rigorous COVID-19 protocols in the common areas of our parksand sought out opportunities to help our customers navigate the upheaval and uncertainty.In the U.S., we provided our customers with PPE and other essentials free of charge during theearly days of the pandemic. We responded immediately to the creation of the federal PaycheckProtection Program (PPP) by creating a PPP Toolkit to ensure our customers understood theprocess of applying for a loan. We also offered rent deferrals to customers demonstratinglegitimate need.CommunitiesThe Prologis Foundation launched a 5 million global relief fund to provide financial support tononprofits and community-based organizations on the frontlines of the COVID-19 response.*Moreover, 10.2 million of in-kind rent was donated through our Space for Good program,of which 9.3 million was allocated to global government agencies, hospitals and relieforganizations worldwide taking action against COVID-19.*Funds designated for donation in 2020, though not all funds were allocated during this calendar year.The remaining funds will be allocated after calendar year 2020.Charitable Lease recipientFood for the Soul, Dallas, Texas.8
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: PROLOGIS 2020 SUSTAINABILITY REPORTInnovation—ahead ofwhat’s nextA spirit of innovation is coreto Prologis.By identifying cutting-edge technologies and strategies, we help our customers evolve theirlogistics operations to meet the rapidly changing demands of global commerce.Our focus on new materials, technologies and construction techniques keeps us ahead of ourindustry and offers our customers a unique value proposition.Prologis Ventures and Prologis Labs embrace innovation and enable us to stay ahead ofwhat’s next.Prologis VenturesOur venture capital arm invests in Series A through growth stage companies innovating acrossthe logistics space, with a focus on supply chain and transportation, digital buildings andinfrastructure, and real estate and construction. Dedicated to solving our customers’ mostcritical pain points, Prologis Ventures often explores technologies and business models thatdrive environmental and social benefits such as operational efficiency, smart infrastructure tosupport vehicle electrification, circular economy, safety and wellness.Prologis LabsOur innovation incubator offers a sandbox environment for hands-on testing of new technologies,product ideas and services, and performs applied technical research and development. The Labis designed to connect our employees and customers with new and emerging technologies thatare revolutionizing logistics. Ideas and projects developed internally or in collaboration with ourcustomers can be tested in a real-life warehouse environment to deliver insights, surface potentialbusiness opportunities and drive sustainability benefits.INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AROUND THE WORLDGlobal Low-carbon building materials – Products and techniques that reduce the embodied carbonfootprint of some typically carbon-intensive materials and components. We plan to beginincorporating low-carbon alternative materials into future developments.Japan Unified LED/motion sensor solution – Motion sensors switch energy-efficient LED lightingon and off as workers move through the space, resulting in a 53% power reduction fromconventional LEDs and capturing data on how the space is being used.France Borehole thermal energy storage – Stores heat underground during warm months and pumpsit back into the building during winter months to meet heating demands. Dynamic energy simulation – Evaluates a building’s total intrinsic characteristics andmanner of operation/occupancy to enable energy optimization, GHG footprint reduction andevaluation of future operating expenses.Netherlands Circular building design – Buildings designedto incorporate recycled/recyclable materialsand to be easily disassembled at end-of-life andrepurposed to new applications. Electric heat pumps – Uses electricity to moveambient heat energy into or out of a building’sinterior, enabling HVAC systems to operatewithout burning fossil fuels.Prologis Park Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan.Prologis Park Waalwijk,Waalwijk, the Netherlands.9
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: PROLOGIS 2020 SUSTAINABILITY ably certified buildingsin our global portfolio.Progress477sustainably certified buildingsin our global portfolio.**As of year-end 2020Our customers’ needs drive our building designs. Efficient buildings help our customers meettheir business and sustainability objectives. By optimizing indoor air quality and lighting andproviding services and amenities that enhance workers’ well-being and satisfaction, we makeit easier for customers to attract and retain talent. Through webinars, one-on-one outreachand our Customer Sustainability Advisory Committee, we create cutting-edge developmentand future-proof our investments.Sustainable Building Certification GoalSince 2008, Prologis has integrated leading sustainable building standards into the design andconstruction of our facilities. In 2020, we made the commitment to achieve 100% sustainablebuilding certification for all new development and redevelopment projects globally. As of year-end2020, Prologis had 171 million square feet of sustainably certified space.This commitment holds us accountable for building in line with best-in-class frameworks such asLEED, BREEAM, WELL, CASBEE, DGNB and HQE, whose principles provide tangible benefits to theenvironment and our customers. Our top 25 customers have chosen sustainably certified spacefor over half of the square footage they lease from us.WELL CertificationThe WELL Building Standard is an evidence-based framework for creating workspaces thatadvance human health and well-being in tandem with worker motivation and productivity. WELLenumerates strategies for driving optimization through building design, operational policies anda corporate commitment to health and wellness. In 2021, Prologis’ logistics facility in Datteln,featuring attributes such as special lighting and ventilation, an outdoor relaxation area and anherb bed, is on track to become the first logistics facility in Germany (and second in the EU) toachieve WELL certification. We expect Datteln will become at least WELL Gold certified.PARKlifeUnique to Prologis, PARKlife is a philosophy that challenges us to improve the services andfacilities we provide for our stakeholders—from park security and other supports to multi-usegaming areas, employee gyms, walking trails and green spaces where workers and the localcommunity can socialize and exercise. Through PARKlife, we are creating the spaces and placeswhere our customers’ businesses can thrive, employees enjoy coming to work, and communitiesand nature can flourish.Certification BenefitsBuildings constructed to sustainable designstandards operate with greater efficiency.Compared to a market base case (per LEEDcertification methodology), data fromacross our LEED certified developmentsshow high average savings over a five-yearperiod (2016–2020): 46% lower carbon emissions. 43% less energy cost. 33% less indoor water consumed.Prologis Park Datteln,Datteln, Germany.Employees’ health, well-being andproductivity increase in buildings thatdeliver specific sustainability attributes,including: Indoor air quality and ventilation.Thermal comfort.Lighting and views of nature.Reduced noise and better acoustics.10
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: PROLOGIS 2020 SUSTAINABILITY REPORTCarbonmanagement99.9%of Prologis’ carbon footprint isScope 3 emissions.37%reduction in Scope 3 emissions comparedto our 2016 baseline, far exceeding our15% reduction by 2025 target.28%reduction in Scope 3 emissionsfrom 2019 to 2020.21%reduction in our Scope 1 & 2 emissionsfrom 2019 to 2020.By leading the way on carbon reduction across our full value chain, we will meet theimperative to rapidly address climate change and create added value for our customers andcommunities.Measure, Reduce and InvestWe continue to evolve our carbon management approach and have developed a three-prongedframework: Measure – Consolidating a clear view of our current stateand progress is critical to managing our carbon footprint.We maintain processes for measuring Scope 1, 2 and 3emissions and pursue continuous improvement in ourdata collection practices. Reduce – Our main efforts focus on reducing emissionsfrom our own operations and from the use of ourbuildings through energy-efficient building design andupgrades, renewable onsite generating capacity and thepurchase of renewable power. Invest – We are investing in carbon reductionbreakthroughs that will help us further reduce ouremissions and address climate change. We are alsoinvesting in high-quality renewable energy credits(RECs) and offsets to neutralize the carbon emissionsthat cannot currently be reduced while simultaneouslybenefiting local communities.Science-Based TargetsAt the heart of our carbon approach are two reductiongoals approved by the Science-Based Targets initiative(SBTi) in 2018. These targets set the benchmark for theabsolute emissions reductions we must achieve acrossour operations and property portfolio to do our part incombatting climate change.PROLOGIS CARBON FOOTPRINT (SCOPES 1, 2, & 3)Capital GoodsPurchasedGoods andServicesDownstream Leased Assets40 MWof new rooftop generatingcapacity installed in 2020.We recently invested in offsetsfrom Carbon Cure, a companythat introduces recycled CO2into fresh concrete to reduceits carbon footprint.All otherScope 3emissionsScope 1Scope 2Direct emissions fromour own operationsaccount for only 0.085%of the footprint.Thanks to our purchase ofrenewable energy credits(RECs) only 0.017% of thefootprint comes fromScope 2 emissions.GREENHOUSE GAS(GHG) GOALS5.986.025.254,8424,045reduction in Scope 1 and 2 GHGemissions by 2025 and 56% by2040 (2016 baseline).reduction in total Scope 3 GHGemissions by 2025 and 40% by2040 (2016 baseline).5.982025 goal21%15%Scope 3 (all green boxes)Emissions outside our own operations account for 99.9%of total emissions.2,7372025 goal2040 goal2783,046993154,7433,7302,772201620173.762040 goal6272742,4573,84120183,2142019202020162017Scope 1 & 2 EmissionsScope 3 EmissionsMetric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent (MTCO2e)millions, MTCO2e20182019202011
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: PROLOGIS 2020 SUSTAINABILITY REPORTAcceleratingcarbonreductionsPrologis works constantly to reduce the carbon footprint of our buildings, simultaneouslyshrinking our value-chain impacts and delivering efficiency benefits to our customers. Ourcarbon-reduction activities include: Sustainable building certifications.Renewable energy procurement and installations.Energy-efficient technologies (LED, cool roofing, etc.).Innovative sustainable technologies (heat pumps, borehole thermal energy storage, etc.).Two customer-facing programs are particularly noteworthy in driving significant carbon emissionsreductions:Goal Prologis SolarSmart – In 2020, we launched Prologis SolarSmart. Part of our turnkeyPrologis Essentials services portfolio, SolarSmart helps our customers access the financial,of solar capacity on our buildingsby 2025.GROWTH OF SOLAR CAPACITY400 MWoperational and sustainability benefits of solar without upfront capital costs, long-termfinancial commitments or distraction and disruption. Thanks in part to this new program,we installed 40 MW of new rooftop generating capacity in 2020—one of our most activeinstallation years to date. Customers pay only for the energy they use and the solaragreement ends with their property lease. Prologis Essentials LED – 2020 was our most active year for LED installations to date, with 108million square feet of LED coverage added across our portfolio. Lighting typically accounts for40–60% of energy consumption and cost for our customers, but upgrading through our efficientPrologis Essentials LED solution helps our customers realize 60–80% savings on both metrics.Customers face no upfront capital or continuing maintenance costs, pay monthly fees of onecent per square foot, retain 100% of the energy cost savings, and benefit from gains in safety,productivity and employee satisfaction.LED LIGHTING INSTALLEDMW% of portfolio4001002025 GOAL2025 GOALGoal100%LED lighting installed across ourentire portfolio (by area) by 2025.300252 MW2000 Enough to power 42,250 typical homes 3rd most onsite solar among all U.S. corporations 53% growth in installed solar capacity since 20162016201720182019 Equivalent to about 4,300 soccer fields 108 MSF added in 2020, equivalent toabout 1,400 soccer fields 600% growth since 2016502020 GOAL10075202042%330 MSF2002016201720182019202012
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: PROLOGIS 2020 SUSTAINABILITY REPORTCarbonneutralsolutionsGoal100%With our newly announced goal to achieve 100% carbon-neutral construction by 2025,Prologis is taking a leadership role to address one of the largest sources of global carbonemissions: the embodied carbon of buildings.Approximately 11% of global emissions are associated with embodied carbon in construction, thenext frontier in carbon reduction. We are employing innovative smart design strategies, makinginvestments in new building technologies and materials, using recycled materials, minimizingconstruction waste and recycling or repurposing waste that cannot be avoided. Through theseefforts, we aim to catalyze new sustainable solutions and inspire other companies to addressembodied carbon in the construction industry.Customer-Centric CarbonZero ProgramPrologis already works closely with customers to implement
Prologis, Inc. is the global leader in logistics real estate. We develop, own and operate real estate to generate income, and many of the world’s largest companies lease our space for their logistics operations. Our properties facilitate the distribution of goods globally,
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