Global events, climate-related disruptions, social change, and increasing legislative and regulatory trends continue to propel the importance of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) in real estate.
Investors are evaluating and adopting a more strategic approach to sustainability, and commercial real estate owners and operators are finding significant value in incorporating ESG best practices into existing real estate strategies. And in many cases, they are also utilizing GRESB (formerly known as the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark) reporting to become more transparent about ESG programs, progress, and performance.
Join Grace Hill for a discussion with Brenna Walraven, an internationally-recognized leader in CRE, as we take a deeper look at how ESG and GRESB reporting priorities can impact your bottom line.
ESG focus as the market evolves
Clarifying ESG terms and definitions
Benefits of an effective ESG strategy
Changes to GRESB and engagement resources