Event, webinar and Q&A session recordings
2020 GRESB Results Events
Held online last year, we designed the programs to focus on the live topics and fast-emerging trends faced by the real asset industry.
Real Estate Results
Infrastructure and Real Estate
Climate Risk Platform
Demo and Q&A Webinars
GRESB Climate Change Specialist, Erik Landry, introduces and demos the Platform and is joined by data provider Munich Re to provide greater detail and answer questions.
2021 Live Training Q&As
GRESB hosted a series of live Q&A’s at different time zones to provide additional support to participants for Assessment training
You can find a PDF with the questions and answers from the live Q&A’s here.
This webinar explores the changing landscape of real asset investments in the context of climate change and draws from the experiences of global and regional players to illustrate their management processes and practices.
This instalment will look at establishing the GRESB Performance Component and how to measure what matters. We’ll also hear from Ethan Gilbert, ESG Program Manager from Prologis. Prologis was a GRESB leader in LatAm in 2020.
During the panel discussion led by Wietse de Vries (Almazara | Real Assets Advisory), Vincent van Bijleveld (Finance Ideas), Maarten Jennen (PGGM) and Josien Piek (GRESB) discussed the determination and mitigation of climate risks.
Interview with Josien Piek, Head of EMEA at the INVESTMENTexpo 2020
GRESB and Nordea partnered for the 3rd Annual Nordea | GRESB Green Building Forum, bringing together leading investors, market experts, and climate scientists who are shaping the sustainable financing markets of the future.
At this session, Amélie Delaunay, Director of Research and Professional Standards at ANREV joined by Ruben Langbroek, Head of Asia Pacific at GRESB, provided an introduction of ANREV’s ESG initiatives, as well as on GRESB’s Real Estate Assessment; followed by presentations by Jonathan Waite, Manager of Global Responsible Investments and Governance at APG Asset Management and Chewy Chang, Sustainability Manager at Lendlease, who touched upon the ESG practices of their respective organizations, with a slight focus on the Management component of GRESB’s assessment.
At this session, Amélie Delaunay, Director of Research and Professional Standards at ANREV joined by Ruben Langbroek, Head of Asia Pacific at GRESB provided an introduction of ANREV’s ESG initiatives and GRESB’s Real Estate Assessment; followed by presentations by Tom Miller, Senior Managing Director – Head of Development and Sustainability at LaSalle Investment Management, and Feng Lu, Managing Director – Projects, Real Estate Group at CITIC Capital Holdings, who touched upon the ESG practices of their respective organizations, with a slight focus on the Performance component of GRESB’s assessment.
At this session, Amélie Delaunay, Director of Research and Professional Standards at ANREV joined by Ruben Langbroek, Head of Asia Pacific at GRESB provided an introduction of ANREV’s ESG initiatives and GRESB’s Real Estate Assessment; followed by presentations by Ian Lieblich, Sustainability Manager at Investa Property Group , and Karen Xu, Head of Investor Relations at White Peak Real Estate Investment, touched upon the ESG practices of their respective organizations, with a slight focus on the Development component of GRESB’s assessment.
During this briefing, a panel of experts will explore the impact of COVID-19 to Australian’s Hotel sector and how ESG fitting into the plan. Amélie Delaunay of ANREV, Dr Sabine Schaffer of Pro-invest, Ruben Langbroek of GRESB and Carlos Flores of NABERS will share with us their views from different perspectives.
COVID-19 has impacted the sustainability of building operations in many ways – with reduced energy consumption, lower energy prices and an increase in single use plastics, to name a few. It has also accelerated the digitization of many facets of our lives, including how we engage with each other and the built environment. Our next webinar will discuss how the environmental and social sustainability aspects of the spaces we occupy have been impacted by COVID-19, the commercial benefits of responsible investment, as well as exploring the ethical debate around sustainable digitization.
GRESB is a global organization that aims to ensure sustainable real assets- that meet current needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet the needs of their own. The GRESB Real Estate Assessment assesses and compares the ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) performance of listed property companies, private property funds, developers and investors…
GRESB Premier Partner Goby hosts a webinar on the state of GRESB in 2020 with a cameo by Dan Winters, Head of Americas. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPsruY6NE2c The new year is always a time for change. Whether the changes are large or small, the theme of a new beginning permeates all facets of life and business. GRESB is…
Watch Dan Winters, GRESB Head of Americas, in this video webinar from S&P Global Market Intelligence on the impact of ESG on commercial real estate. This webinar explores the connection between ESG factors and Commercial Real Estate. We look at how ESG impacts how assets are evaluated, public REITs and funds are analyzed, as well…
We are very excited to announce the release of GRESB’s first Infrastructure Public Disclosure dataset in partnership with the Global Listed Infrastructure Organisation.