Real estate

A solid investment case for incorporating ESG factors, a competitive market and well-established regulation have encouraged real estate investors to implement some of the most comprehensive approaches to responsible investment. 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.

Real estate resources

Managing ESG risk in the supply chain of private assets and companies

Managing ESG risk in the supply chains of private companies and assets

Supply chains can be highly complex. They often span many countries and include multiple tiers, which are made more opaque by outsourcing and offshoring.

Sustainable real estate investment: Implementing the Paris Climate agreement - an action framework

Sustainable real estate investment: Implementing the Paris Climate agreement

Identify key drivers and overcome the most common barriers to action for integrating ESG and climate change risks into real estate investments.

Sustainability Metrics: Translation and impact on property investment and management

Sustainability Metrics: Translation and impact on property investment and management

Sustainability has rapidly risen on the business and investment agendas of property (real estate) organisations in recent times.

PRI signatory real estate investments

■ 589: PRI signatories with real estate investments
■ 50: specialist real estate signatories (>50 per cent of their AuM is internally-managed real estate)
■ $2.89 trillion: real estate AuM of PRI signatories
■ 64 per cent of IPE’s top 100 real estate investment managers are PRI signatories

*Data taken from 2018 PRI Reporting & Assessment process. Excludes signatories that did not report because they are in their grace period. To explore more of the PRI’s data, go to the Data Portal.

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