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The new hire brings a data-driven, analytical approach to the role, which will also focus on health and wellness initiatives.
The pandemic has brought increased focus on the social aspects of ESG strategies in particular, according to the real estate investment manager.
With decarbonization no longer optional for the industry, technology can also help owners to obtain better performance data and cut operating costs.
This year's data demonstrate the real estate sector’s commitment to the agenda continues to grow.
Investors are looking beyond individual assets to assess cities’ preparedness for climate change as they take a harder line on local climate risk, says ULI's global CEO, Ed Walter.
Health in real estate
In the midst of a pandemic, wellness is a concept that has gained traction in real estate circles. Our panel of experts addresses industry moves to create healthier workplaces.
Fitwel data show the sector is increasingly eager to demonstrate its health and wellbeing credentials.
Investors and managers are taking a more structured approach to ESG, but there is more progress to be made, say experts from GRESB, Kempen and Altera Vastgoed.
Climate change risk and a covid-accelerated wellness agenda are key themes in this year’s deep dive on sustainability in private real estate.
Nuveen Real Estate’s Abigail Dean, Stefan Wundrak, Maria Grubmueller and Tanja Volksheimer explain how to integrate impact theory into the investment cycle.

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