Investors, regulators, and industry groups are making a push for decarbonization On the eve of Earth Day 2021, the European Union worked to negotiate a
The guide is designed to provide a foundation for anyone looking to better understand ESG and how it will impact their businesses and, ultimately, the future of the real estate industry.
COVID-19 has deeply impacted the way investors evaluate real assets
Heitman’s Laura Craft weighs in how ESG data guides investment decisions
Leading building managers and real estate investors have realized that ESG data may be the single most vital tool to help firms mitigate uncertainty and build resilience to unforeseen crises.
To live up to investor expectations of disclosure after the pandemic, asset owners will need a much keener understanding of ESG data
As we reach the end of a year that felt like a decade, it’s important to note something positive for the future of business and of humanity: The undeniable feeling that ESG is beginning to reshape the way we do business, and that crisis can be a powerful force for change.
As society prepares for these impending disasters, the real estate industry faces a more immediate threat. How can buildings be better equipped to adapt to our changing world?
By and large, people are growing more concerned about the impact their lifestyles and choices have on the environment, and many are choosing to throw