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Nevertheless, ESG factors such as climate risk, and fragmented sustainability standards, still pose challenges to responsible investment in real estate. To find out more about the PRI’s work on real estate, contact us.
As of January 2022, PRI will be carrying forward the activities of the UNEP FI Property Working Group (PWG). The PWG was a longstanding investor programme of UNEP FI comprised of leading asset owners and managers focused on driving financial returns through ESG integration. The mix of thought leadership and applied practice projects across ESG data, carbon emission reductions and climate risk, SDG alignment, and investing for health and wellness outcomes, will continue within PRI’s Investment Practices. The library of UNEP FI property publications remains available at the UNEP FI website.
The PRI is inviting its signatories to join its Real Estate Advisory Committee (REAC). The Advisory Committee is looking to add 1 new member who is a representative of an asset owner (E.g. pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, foundations, endowments, insurance companies)
This article summarises the key points from a workshop on 15 November 2022 where private markets industry participants discussed how to track and communicate their investees’ as well as their own performance in relation to human rights
Key points from a workshop held on 30 June 2022 where private markets industry participants discussed how to identify and assess negative human rights outcomes
Real estate investors not only play an important role in encouraging net zero targets in the sector, they also can play a part in bringing about positive social change.
To support PRI’s expanded real estate programming, a new Real Estate Advisory Committee has been created.
Implementing the recommendations of the Taskforce for Climate-related Financial Disclosures in physical assets like property, infrastructure, forestry and farmland.
This responsible investment due diligence questionnaire (DDQ) has been developed to help investors appraising potential real estate investment managers to evaluate how a manager handles environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors.
Identify key drivers and overcome the most common barriers to action for integrating ESG and climate change risks into real estate investments.
Report by the UNEP FI Property Working Group
A guide on the publicly available resources and initiatives available for direct and indirect private equity and real assets equity investors to help them incorporate climate change considerations in their investment process.
This webinar takes a detailed look at the practicalities of setting targets related to climate change for a real estate portfolio, with a particular focus on net zero targets.
Benchmarking affordable housing development projects against the UN Sustainable Development Goals
Case study by Vert Asset Management
Case study by Hartelt Fund Management
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