Webinar: Can ESG in real estate investment help accelerate recovery?
How can the built environment, as the world’s
most important generator of wealth, use the unprecedented pressures posed by
the coronavirus pandemic to ensure it is part of the solution
Trowers & Hamlins and Legal & General are holding a webinar to explore the key to a better recovery.
The pandemic has exposed the interconnected challenges of climate change and growing inequality in and between our cities, emphasising the need for an inclusive and sustainable recovery. How can the built environment, as the world’s most important generator of wealth, use the unprecedented pressures posed by the coronavirus pandemic to ensure it is part of the solution?
Can applying ESG principles across property, energy, and infrastructure ensure people, place and planet all benefit from recovery efforts? What are the roles of public and private sectors as owners and users of space? We will be joined by an expert panel of leaders in environmental, social and corporate governance to explore what the keys are to a better recovery:
The speakers are as follows:
- John Alker, Director of Policy & Places, UK Green Building Council (chair)
- Sara Bailey, Partner & Head of Real Estate, Trowers & Hamlins
- Rob Martin, Director of Strategy & ESG, LGIM Real Assets
- Janet Young, Government Chief Property Officer, UK Cabinet Office
The event is supported by ING Media.
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