GRESB Results 2017: New Data Shows a Global Property and Infrastructure Sector Acting to Improve its Sustainability Performance

We are pleased to release the individual 2017 GRESB Results for the Real Estate, Infrastructure and Debt Assessments today. This year a record 850 property companies, REIT’s, funds, and developers participated in the Real Estate Assessment, a 12% increase from 2016.  The Infrastructure Fund Assessment increased by 25% to cover 64 funds and the Infrastructure Asset Assessment grew 19% to include 160 participants.  Debt Assessment coverage also grew and now covers 25 participants, an increase of 39%

Here are the 2017 results pages:

GRESB Results are used by investors, representing over USD 17 trillion in institutional capital, to engage with investment managers with the aim to improve the ESG performance of their investment portfolios. GRESB data provides insights into how ESG-related risks are managed, so that investors can make better informed decisions on the allocation of their capital. With growing numbers of stock exchanges across the world introducing sustainability reporting standards, the demand for transparency on ESG performance is only set to further increase.
Starting September 13, 2017, GRESB will release the first of a series of Global and Regional Snapshots with aggregated data at results events in Sydney and London (fully booked). Additional Regional Snapshots will be published through September and October at results events taking place around the globe including in New York, Toronto, Singapore, Hong Kong, Chicago, Paris, Hamburg and Tokyo. For more details and to register, please go to our results events page.