2020 GRESB Real Estate Results – Greater China
December 1 | 3:00 pm - 5:00 pmFree
As China recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, there is increased discussion on the role real estate plays in society, including how it can contribute to the reduction of environmental and social risks.
Green real estate has a critical role to play in green and sustainable development, which is increasingly important for government and both the financial and real estate industries. As the impacts of climate change become more apparent, Asian countries have moved towards more forward-looking and stringent regulations on the environment performance for the real estate industry. For example, China’s recent 2060 carbon neutrality national goal, which emphasizes green development, will most definitely spur the real estate industry towards sustainability and to consider longer-term ESG and climate factors in their operations and strategy.
Join us on December 1st for the 2020 GRESB Real Estate Results. Together with our speakers, we will explore how investors and financiers in Asia are responding to this ESG trend in real estate and how ESG expectations are changing including around climate change.
Program & Speakers:
- 2020 GRESB Real Estate Results and Analysis of key ESG trends in Asia real estate | Xinying Tok, Asia Representative, GRESB
- Sustainable Real Estate: ESG performance and trends in the China Real Estate Market | Ivan Tong, Managing Partner of Climate Change and Sustainability Services, EY Greater China
- Case study: How green building data supports branding and capital raising | China Overseas Land & Investment
- The booming of green financing in Asian real estate sector and financing solutions | Chiang Yi-Chen, Associate Director, OCBC Bank, Sustainable Finance
This event will be held in Mandarin.