UK-based model law requiring that all new business leases include green lease clauses.
Reports on an exploratory study to address why firms are offering these benefits, including a preliminary survey of employed adults across the United States to examine questions related to their participation.
Cleveland began implementing green leases in 2013, when it developed its first Climate Action Plan.
Quantifies the extent that the principal agent problem affects energy use in the U.S. residential market.
Includes a guide to integrating sustainability throughout the life-cycle of commercial leases, toolkits for stakeholder engagement, and a checklist summarizing key sustainability metrics.
Provides information and toolkits to policymakers and market participants about the role green leasing plays in achieving the benefits of green buildings.
The Institute for Market Transformation's resource library contains a variety of think pieces and green leasing case studies from across the United States.
NYC’s Model Energy Aligned Lease Provision details language intended to solve the split incentive problem in typical modified gross commercial leases for base buildings.
Details how energy disclosure ordinances have increased green leasing adoption, and provides model green lease language that has been used by tenants and landlords.
The Green Lease Library is a centralized site for commercial green leasing resources. Their website catalogs guidance and case studies, public sector green leasing resources, model green leasing language, and more.