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The Facility As An Asset. Corporate Sustainability A business approach to create long term shareholder value by embracing opportunities and managing risks.

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1 The Facility As An Asset

2 Corporate Sustainability A business approach to create long term shareholder value by embracing opportunities and managing risks deriving from economic, environmental ecological and social developments or changes."

3 High Performance Green & Sustainable Facilities Benefits Reduced Operating Costs Higher Building Valuation Increased Marketability Reduced Liability Risk Reduced Environmental Impact Nuetral Construction Costs Increased Occupant Productivity

4 DJGI Dow Jones Global Index DJSGI Dow Jones Sustainability Global Index) Socially Responsible Investing Defined as a business approach to create long term shareholder value by embracing opportunities and managing risks derived from economic, environmental and social developments. Source: The Index of Dow Jones Indexes and SAM Sustainability Group

5 Sustainability Reporting "Using the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Guidelines, we offer our customers, shareholders, employees and citizens at large a more detailed look at our overall performance across a wide range of issues. The GRI process is healthy in that it encourages us to look at our business holistically. John M. Barth, Chairman and CEO Johnson Controls, Inc. January 2004 Social Environmental Economic

6 Results from Applying these Processes $90 MM Annual Utility Spend ~5% Bottom line Impact $4.5 MM Impact EBIT Improvement Equates to … $75 Million in new sales Assuming 6% Return on Sales ~5 ¢ Per Share Impact Assuming 89 MM Shares Outstanding

7 Our Conspicuous Consumption of Energy In 2000… »1 Trillion barrels of oil in proven reserves »73 Million barrels consumed daily US Dept of Energy predicts usage will rise… –2% per year in N.A. and Europe –4.4% per year in China –3.7% per year in India Existing known oil supplies could disappear in less than 40 years

8 Environmental Impact of Buildings People in industrialized countries spend 90% of their time indoors Buildings…. consume 30 to 40% of all energy add 40% to atmospheric emissions use 60% of electricity and 25% of all water take up 35-40% municipal solid waste stream use 25-30% of all wood and materials exploit significant amounts of land

9 "If you keep trying only that which you have tried, you can only expect to get the results that you've always gotten. Albert Einstein


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