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By self-imposing a financially punitive measure to reduce emissions, NREP is demonstrating a method which promotes proactivity over passive carbon reduction investments.
As managers shift to focus on near-term challenges, sustainability and social impact goals are at risk of being deprioritised.
A report published this week by LaSalle Investment Management and the Urban Land Institute drives home that non-uniform measuring of risks is keeping institutional real estate markets ambivalent.
The Copenhagen-headquartered manager has set sights on winning the race to net zero. CEO Claus Mathisen tells PERE why.
A warning by Aberdeen Standard Investment’s real assets boss Neil Slater was among the headline statements made by private real estate executives on a commercial real estate panel at the two-week climate change conference in Glasgow.
Whether you condone a carrot or stick approach, implementing a rigid recruitment policy makes sense for a sector still sorely lacking in diversity.
Private real estate veteran Sonny Kalsi is pushing aggressive recruiting policies at BentallGreenOak before the momentum fades from this summer’s protests against racial injustice. Measures include a 66.7% minorities and women minimum recruitment target and financial penalties for missing it.