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As ESG becomes more important to investors and reporting more onerous, firms evaluating how to man their efforts find myriad options.
How do you construct real estate sustainably in the middle of an ancient city? PERE traveled to Edinburgh, Scotland’s scenic capital, to find out.
Institutional investors still have room for improvement in terms of ESG adoption, but the progress that has been made thus far has been encouraging.
Although some progress has been made, quantifying the impact of green practice on real estate investments remains difficult to do.
GRESB scores for 2018 are in and the sector has once again upped its game. Two investors explain why it is critical that performance keeps improving.
Ivanhoé Cambridge’s Michèle Meier explains why private real estate owners’ contribution to creating resilient cities does not stop at the front door of their buildings
The impact of sustainability on private real estate ramps up with every passing year. Eric Duchon of LaSalle Investment Management explains how the firm is responding
Eric Duchon, Sophie Carruth, Tom Miller and Yelena Diggs identify specific regional nuances in sustainability efforts and explain how LaSalle Investment Management is develops its approach accordingly
Sustainability is as much a part of the investment mandate for developing markets as it is for the more mature economies, but the type and extent of ESG policies may differ. By Arshiya Khullar
Michael Kirby, Etienne Dupuy and Sze Ann Ong, tell PERE why sustainable investing is moving beyond box-ticking and rankings

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