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ESG is now so much more than a ‘nice to have,’ but establishing a direct link to improved investment returns remains a challenge, says INREV’s CEO Lonneke Löwik.
Investors want all buildings to be sustainable, but some property sectors are more difficult than others.
Eric Duchon, LaSalle's global head of sustainability, explains the whys and hows of implementing an ESG policy.
LaSalle Investment Management’s global head of sustainability, Eric Duchon, tells PERE why having a clear ESG policy is critical to attracting investors and capital raising.
How PERE conducted its comprehensive report on institutional investors’ attitudes toward ESG principles in private real estate investment.
Real estate investors are undertaking detailed assessments of ESG credentials, with a strong focus on environmental sustainability.
Environmental, social and governance issues are key to investor decision-making, but there are variances in attitude between regions.
Institutions believe ESG measures are at least neutral for returns, but there is a clear need for more quantifiable and comparable performance data.
Tsilah Burman of CBRE Global Investors explains to PRI’s Simon Whistler why a community emphasis and tenant engagement has a real impact on the bottom line
Michael Kirby, Etienne Dupuy and Sze Ann Ong, tell PERE why sustainable investing is moving beyond box-ticking and rankings

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