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Craig Morey, climate lead for real estate at Schroders Capital, examines the sector’s progress toward incorporating the physical risks of climate change into financial models.
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Sustainability is growing in importance, but nothing trumps location, say BCLP’s Andrew Auerbach and Kieran Saunders.
Delivering progress on decarbonization and social impact means investors must be fully aligned with their managers, argue Ivanhoé Cambridge’s Sunita Mahant and Simon Lauzier.
Real estate needs to embrace new technologies and new approaches if it is to hit sustainability targets, say Edge’s Coen van Oostrom and Macquarie Asset Management’s Brendan Jones.
Fidelity’s Adrian Benedict and Maarten Frouws explain why they are so excited about how decarbonization is redefining real estate in the eyes of investors.
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Fractional real estate investments can open up the sector to a wider audience and boost managers too, says RealVantage’s Keith Ong.
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Fundraising and deployment stalled in a difficult year, but stabilizing interest rates are gradually reassuring investors in the region.
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By leveraging advanced technology and predictive powers, real estate investors can uncover overlooked opportunities in both top-tier cities and tertiary locations, says PATRIZIA’s Marcelo Cajias.
Technology is empowering landlords and tenants to work together to meet energy efficiency targets, argues Fidelity’s Christopher Lyon Lynch.
A data-led approach to global cities highlights growing populations, new industries and forward-thinking city governments, says Nuveen’s Donald Hall.

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