More and more investors require to participate in the GRESB Assessment. The market is shifting toward measurable, high-impact solutions that generate competitive financial returns. A company’s GRESB Score helps investors mitigate risks, in order to protect and enhance shareholder value.
Daniele Horton, founder and president of Verdani Partners, participated in a video interview at Nareit’s 2020 ESG JumpStart Workshop, discussing the changes that are being introduced to the GRESB Assessment in 2020.
Besides, she recommends six useful tips participants should consider during the Assessment process.
Participate in the 2017 GRESB Health & Well-being Module
In 2015, our Green Health Partnership research team worked with GRESB and its stakeholders to develop the first GRESB Health & Well-being Module. Last year, 174 real estate entities – 23% of all entities participating in the GRESB Real Estate Assessment – demonstrated market leadership by participating in the inaugural health-focused module. This year, participants […]Read more
Make Your Real Estate Decisions Healthy Decisions
I can give you the statistics: Healthcare in America is more than 17% of the GDP. 20 diseases account for fully half of America’s health care spend, with diabetes, heart disease and hypertension being three of the top five causes. In the midst of the debate going on in the US about how to pay […]Read more
Mental Health: The John O’Halloran Initiative
Rob O’Halloran How the property industry is fighting the stigma of mental illness & promoting positive mental health As part of the GRESB Health and Wellbeing Week, Howard Morgan explains an important new initiative in the UK property industry. Would you tell your boss if you’ve got a sporting injury? You probably would……but would you […]Read more