Investors, stakeholders, and clients are more and more interested in your environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance. How are you tracking your sustainability goals? And how accurate is your monitoring system?
Reporting to GRESB using asset-level data will not only get you more points on the 2018 assessment; it’s the next step in achieving Investment Grade sustainability. Experts from GRESB, Heitman, ULI Greenprint, and Measurabl discuss best practices around asset-level data collection and how to file cutting-edge Investment Grade GRESB reports.
When DWS hit their 3% energy reduction goal for office assets, there were high-fives all around. And the first thing on everyone’s mind was, “What are we doing next year?” Want company support like that for your ESG program? Tune into the candid discussion with Jessica Elengical, Head of ESG Strategy, Alternatives at DWS Group and Matt Ellis, CEO of Measurabl.
You know that the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark validates your collective ESG efforts, but reporting can be a tedious process. You have to know and understand exactly what the GRESB Assessment is looking for to accurately map out your data points. As a GRESB Global Partner, Measurabl speaks that language for our customers. Which is why our average customer sees a 10-point increase in their reporting when disclosing with Measurabl.
With Measurabl, Pro-invest reached new heights by garnering the highest GRESB 2019 score for the hospitality industry in the Asia-Pacific region. When they began, however, Pro-invest was without a dedicated ESG team. In this case study, we explore how Pro-invest centralized its streamlined ESG strategy to reach unprecedented levels.
As a real estate investment trust, WashREIT takes its portfolio seriously. For them, asset performance is tied closely to sustainable action. By using environmental, social and governance objectives as a method of defining areas of operational improvement, WashREIT delivers thoughtful and full cycle value to its tenants, shareholders and communities.
There is a reason why life science companies trust the Medidata platform. Besides expertise and performance, they’ve also made it a point to establish themselves as a leader in social responsibility. As a software company that serves an industry driven by caring about people, it was pretty important to them to prove their commitment by providing access to treatment for all patients, STEM education and gender equality within their organization.