2020 was a watershed year for Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investing in real estate as pandemic- and climate-related disruption, along with growing recognition of social inequity, prompted investors to think about how their portfolios can respond to sustainability-related risks.
With ESG playing a much more prominent role in how companies operate, investors are embedding ESG considerations into every stage of the property lifecycle, from due diligence to acquisitions and from leasing to asset management.
What’s in the Report
CBRE explores 10 of the most important ESG considerations real estate investors need to know and the latest ESG trends, innovations and requirements.
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