The Banking Blind Spot

In response to climate change, banks have been divesting carbon investments and purchasing carbon offsets to progress commitments of carbon neutrality. This approach has a real cost to shareholders and with the average bank tenancy being upwards of 50% more carbon intense than is possible – we suggest that this blind spot is the 100 lb gorilla in the room.

There are over 6,200 retail bank tenancies in Australia with an average of 200 T CO2 reduction potential in each at little or no cost. That spells efficient carbon abatement which is what Australia and the banking sector needs. The leadership landscape in low carbon branch design and connection to customers the community and is wide open.

So, what are the 5 design led things you can do to capture half of this opportunity? Read our full article to find out how.

Low Carbon Bank Design

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