Real estate is part of our daily environment, but it represents 40% of energy consumption and 36% of CO2 emissions in Europe. More than a place to live or work, it defines local communities and provides an important source of investment. ESG-related criteria relevance is therefore undeniable. With a set of regulations in place and to come, ESG is a particular focus among investors and governments. But how do organizations meet the stakeholders’ expectations by the way of sustainability disclosures?
Deepen your knowledge on real estate frameworks & standards, key metrics, and best practices; but also share experience with and get inspired by your peers.
|1.1||About the module|
|Part 2||State of play in the real estate sector|
|2.1||Landscape of regulations, frameworks & standards|
|2.2||ESG challenges & material impacts|
|Part 3||Integration of ESG|
|3.1||Processes to integrate ESG into sustainable real estate reports|
|3.2||ESG disclosures & best practices|
|Part 4||Practical exercise|
|4.1||Sustainability report evaluation & knowledge sharing|
Stephanie is recognized as GRI Certified Professional since 2011, Sustainability Report Expert by Forethix and ESR Expert-Verificator for the National Institute of Corporate Social Responsibility. She has more than 10 years experience in the Reporting implementation process around finance, industries, transport, logistic, airlines, ICT and sectors.
Forethix is recognized as GRI Certified Training Partner for Luxembourg, France and Morocco & Members of GRI Community since 2011.