ESG Summit: Exploring climate, costs and choices

From climate change to inequality, the challenges facing commercial real estate are paramount. The built environment is at a crossroads, necessitating prompt and resolute action. There is a global expectation for a fresh perspective in business, driven by consumers who are increasingly advocating for more impactful initiatives. Business leaders must undergo transformation to maintain a competitive edge and real estate is under pressure from its investors, occupiers and government to decarbonise. Join EG’s ESG Summit to gain insights, engage in discussions and discover solutions to some of the most significant challenges facing commercial real estate.

Why attend?

  • Investing with purpose: Learn how the rise of impact investment funds is driving sustainable development and discover new opportunities for growth and innovation in commercial real estate
  • Tackle retrofit challenges: Gain insights into the financial, practical and societal challenges of retrofitting the built environment and explore strategies to accelerate progress towards net zero emissions
  • Optimise space usage: Understand how the underutilisation of buildings affects financial and carbon footprints and explore how data can optimise space usage and contribute to decarbonisation efforts​
  • Embrace nature-based solutions: Discover the value of incorporating nature-based solutions and biodiversity in development to create resilience against the long-term impacts of climate change​
  • Expand your network: Connect with like-minded individuals and grow your contact base

Pricing:

Early bird: £150 +VAT – deadline: Friday 20 September

Standard: £195 +VAT

Speakers

Alex Edmans

Professor of finance, London Business School

Karli Hiscock

Partner, Bates Wells

Liz McKillop-Paley

Real estate partner, Shoosmiths

Bára Melezinkova

Head of ESG, LondonMetric Plc

Mark Robinson

Co-founder, Ellandi

In partnership with

    LNRS Data Services is an accredited CPD content provider. Attending this event will count towards your CPD hours.