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From “Green” to ESG: The Evolution of Sustainability in Real Estate

Join Brookfield, Measurabl and Urban Land Institute’s Greenprint Center for Building Performance as we discuss how Environmental, Social and Governance is transforming how real estate does business.

Our world is changing… so should the way we conduct business.

In the early 2000s, commercial real estate evolved from “green” to “sustainable” principles. Now in a new decade we have entered the ESG Era, in which environmental, social, and governance factors are routinely incorporated into everyday financial decision-making and disclosure. What are the implications of this new way of doing business?

Watch the recording as BrookfieldUrban Land Institute’s Greenprint Center for Building Performance and Measurabl navigate the ways ESG is transforming how the built environment can adapt to a changing world.

Meet the Speakers

Lisa Brylowski

Vice President, Portfolio Management at Brookfield

Lisa Brylowski is Vice President, Portfolio Management at Brookfield Property Group, where she is responsible for executing Brookfield’s ESG and sustainability strategy across the firm’s $200 billion real estate portfolio. 

Marta Schantz

Senior Vice President of the Greenprint Center for Building Performance at the Urban Land Institute

Marta Schantz is the Senior Vice President for the Greenprint Center for Building Performance at the Urban Land Institute, a worldwide alliance of real estate owners committed to improving the environmental performance of the industry – reducing carbon, and increasing building value.

Matt Ellis

CEO & Founder of Measurabl

Matt is Founder and CEO of Measurabl, the world’s most widely adopted ESG software for commercial real estate. Over 9 billion square feet of real estate valued in excess of $2 trillion USD across 75 countries measures, manages and discloses ESG performance using Measurabl. 

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