In our first post of this two-part blog series, we examined the top two reasons that ESG will succeed where the green movement fell short:
The following post is part one of a two-part blog series. The last two decades have taught us that when it comes to buildings, green
The business world has been trending towards thinking green and more importantly, adapting their practices to become truly sustainable
For commercial buildings, ESG (environmental, social, and governance) performance reporting is becoming increasingly important.
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.
Still reeling from the shock of this year’s events, many real estate companies are focusing on adapting to massive business disruptions and developing ways to
History books will likely reflect on 2020 as a year in which life and death matters were on the line. As the world faces a
This year, companies and investors have had to confront and demonstrate their values and priorities on a very public stage. Whether it involved working to