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The rise of responsible investing has been an important framework for highlighting the issue of diversity in private real estate, writes Andrea Carpenter.
Responsible real estate investing requires access to different types of data, reports Amy Carroll.
Climate change is the health and economic challenge of our time, writes Abigail Dean, Nuveen Real Estate’s head of sustainability.
Real estate, with one of the highest carbon footprints of any industry, arguably has a greater responsibility to embrace energy transition than most, writes Amy Carroll.
Abigail Dean, Nuveen Real Estate
The private real estate sector is more serious than ever about sustainable investing practices and Nuveen Real Estate’s head of sustainability, Abigail Dean, explains why it also maximizes returns.
Shifting to a low-carbon economy is a daunting task, but real estate investors are embracing the challenge, writes Amy Carroll.
Mike Sales, Nuveen
The past decade has seen ESG issues become a core part of investment decision-making, writes Nuveen’s head of real estate and real assets, Mike Sales.
As this investment case study shows, building homes for lower income tenants is essential to the creation of socially resilient and sustainable communities, and integral to real estate’s responsible investment agenda.
The trend for city living is creating opportunity for investors, but property owners and managers need to ensure assets are resilient for the long term, writes Amy Carroll.
Defensive investing in the current low interest rate environment was among the central themes at PERE’s annual two-day gathering of real estate professionals in New York this week.
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