A comprehensive ESG Strategy is now considered an essential requirement for a sustainable business, demanded by investors, clients and tenants. Once marginalised, environmental, social and corporate governance policies have become an indispensable part of real estate management.
ESG, the three central factors in measuring the sustainability and ethical impact of an investment, are also the criteria that can determine future financial performance. Regulation from above and pressure from below, community engagement and scientific evidence are all combining to put ESG issues on the map. Political pressures to address climate change are increasing, and investors and managers must step up their efforts to follow suit. Companies that are proactive are likely to reap rewards in future, but where can they start? How can effective ESG data management help? Technology is playing an increasingly important role in collecting and analysing data, benchmarking and planning a strategy. Soft factors like wellbeing are taking centre stage in all property sectors, from residential to office to logistics. What are the prospects? And what the main challenges for investors and landlords?
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