GREEN CITYTHINK OF TOMORROW BUT ACT TODAY

FROM CARBON NEUTRAL
TO CARBON NEGATIVE


We are aiming towards 100% green energy, manage our resources consciously and follow the highest standards of sustainable development. This way, we can minimize our carbon footprint together and become carbon neutral by 2030. 

2030
carbon neutral

HIGHEST STANDARDS in SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

All our new developments wear a proud badge of a LEED certificate from Silver to Platinum marking the highest standards for sustainable development.

3
LEED Platinum buildings
5
LEED Gold buildings
4
LEED Silver buildings

moving towards a CAR-FREE future

Global urbanization is affecting all of us. Cities are growing bigger, the population is getting denser and mobility is becoming the number one keyword to deal with. The environment should support public transport and walking, cycling and using a scooter to go to work instead of a car. 

This creates a greener, more diverse, more exciting and human-friendlier city space. By 2025 we plan on having up to two times fewer cars per person, which means that by 2030 we could have a car-free campus centre!

2x
fewer cars per person by 2025
2030
a car-free campus centre

GREEN LAB FOR 
GREEN INITIATIVES

As one of the most digitally advanced countries in the world, Estonia also wants to become one with the greenest economy. Together with the Green Tiger team and leading partners from the private and public sector, we aim to take a green leap to raise environmental awareness, be the testbed for new ideas and initiatives, create a basis for a green economy and be the driving force for change in society.


ready for GREEN cooperation?


Mati Fjodorov
Chief Green Officer, Ülemiste City
+372 5303 3009
mati.fjodorov@mainor.ee