Investing responsibly in real estate has become a growing area of interest for investors, as they align their own values with a world that is more conscious than ever before of the actions that affect our planet.
With an increasing drive for sustainable investment, its follows that buildings are more than ever able to demonstrate their ESG (Environmental Social Governance) commitments. Indeed, a growing area of focus is now for buildings that can be renovated, and as such improve their carbon footprint.
Such strategies help to build a city that is more resilient and committed to the objectives set out by the Paris Accord and governments across the world. Find out more in this episode of Real Catch Up with Nehla Krir, Head of Sustainability and CSR.