GRESB Assessments

GRESB Assessments capture information regarding ESG performance and sustainability best practices for real estate and infrastructure funds, companies and assets worldwide.

The Assessments are guided by what investors and the industry consider to be material issues in the sustainability performance of real asset investments and are aligned with international reporting frameworks, such as GRI, PRI, SASB, DJSI, TCFD recommendations, the Paris Climate Agreement, UN SDGs, region and country specific disclosure guidelines and regulations.

Each year reporting to the GRESB Assessments generates the following ESG benchmarks for the industry:

  • Real Estate Benchmark
  • Real Estate Development Benchmark
  • Infrastructure Fund Benchmark
  • Infrastructure Asset Benchmark

Assessment participants receive comparative business intelligence on where they stand against their peers, a roadmap with the actions they can take to improve their ESG performance and a communication platform to engage with investors.

Investors use the ESG data and GRESB’s analytical tools to monitor their investments, engage with their managers and make decisions that lead to a more sustainable and resilient real asset industry.

Learn more about GRESB Assessments covering: Real Estate, and Infrastructure.

Creating a Five-Year Roadmap for GRESB Standards and Assessments

In September 2021, GRESB launched an 18-month stakeholder engagement process to create a shared vision for future GRESB Standards and Assessments and to develop a five-year roadmap with all GRESB Members and Partners for implementation. You can find updates on this process on this page.