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Goals & Initiatives

At Majid Al Futtaim, sustainability is at the heart of everything we do. We believe it’s our duty to Dare Today, Change Tomorrow.  This is what drives the direction and decisions we make.


We continually strive to become one of the most environmentally considerate companies in the world. Our long-term target is to produce more energy and water than we consume, reaching a Net Positive business model by 2040.  It’s ambitious, but we are confident we will be the first in the region to get there.


  • Sustainability strategy contributes to the achievements of 10 UN Sustainable Development goals
  • First in the region to achieve LEED and BREEAM certification across our properties portfolio
  • Procurement procedures that ensure a sustainable supply chain
  • Clean, audited data for energy, water and waste footprint

Facts & Figures

7%

Reduction in water usage

4%

Reduction in carbon emissions

32%

Increase in recycling rate

across malls over the last five years

0 M kWh

Renewable energy

generated at Mall of the Emirates

Case Studies

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LEED Platinum Certification Case Study

In 2021, Majid Al Futtaim Properties’ hotel portfolio adapted to the newest iteration of LEED Platinum Certification and was the first in the region to receive LEED certification across the 13-hotel property portfolio.

22 Mar 2021
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Addressing Embodied Carbon: My City Centre Masdar Case Study

In 2017, Majid Al Futtaim made the bold commitment to become Net Positive by 2040, making us the first organisation in the MENA region with such an ambition. In line with this, we also aim to develop an understanding of the embodied carbon in our developments and take measures to reduce emissions where possible.

01 Sep 2020
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Majid Al Futtaim Green Sukuk Case Study

In 2019, “climate emergency” was declared the word of the year. It was the year where climate change awareness and action sped up at a faster pace than before. Driven by a global social movement and accelerated by the global pandemic, governments and organisations worldwide stepped up their ambitions and committed to becoming net zero

15 May 2019

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