Will new sustainability
regulations impact your real estate portfolio?
Our panel of experts will unpack exactly what real estate leaders need to know to navigate the ever-evolving sustainability regulatory environment.
You’ll leave this session with a clear understanding of…
- Why sustainability regulation is more pressing now than ever before
- What organizations should expect from regulation in the US and Europe in 2021
- How real estate leaders can position themselves to stay ahead of the regulatory tide
- Practical examples from leading organizations to help you successfully navigate the changing sustainability regulatory environment
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Over the last year we have seen regional, national, and local governments double down on their sustainability commitments. Here are just a few examples:
- The United States rejoined the Paris Agreement
- The European Union pledged to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050,
- The United Kingdom mandated climate risk disclosures for all large businesses by 2025
- New York City (and other cities worldwide) enacted sweeping sustainability legislation
For real estate leaders worldwide, the implications are clear: staying abreast of the latest sustainability regulations in the cities, states, countries and regions where you operate is more important than ever.
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