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The ABCs of Net Zero Real Estate: Strategies for Investors

Ryan Sit, Senior Vice President, Global Head of Carbon Strategy
Daniel Egan Managing Director, Americas Head of Real Estate ESG at Blackstone
Lizzie Adams Asset Management Vice President, Real Estate at Goldman Sachs
Moderator: Yetsuh Frank, EVORA Executive Vice President
Event by: EVORA Global
2 hours

08:30 AM - 10:30 AM EST
The Building Energy Exchange, Surrogate's Courthouse 31 Chambers Street, Suite 608 New York, NY 10007

United States

The ABCs of Net Zero Real Estate: Strategies for Investors

The commercial real estate sector faces an unprecedented transition in the coming years, decarbonizing portfolios to mitigate risk and enhance long-term value while playing a crucial role in global climate action.

Addressing the environmental impact of the built environment is no longer a niche issue – virtually every major real estate stakeholder recognizes that “doing nothing” could have negative impacts on the drivers of asset value. As part of Climate Week 2022, join us for a live presentation and discussion of strategies for transitioning to a net zero carbon portfolio.

Utilizing EVORA Global's experience working with some of the most progressive real estate firms in the world, we will walk the audience through each step in the investment process, outlining practical guidance for investment managers at each stage of the property lifecycle.

The presentation will utilize case studies to enrich the material and will be followed by questions from the audience. Those in attendance will leave with a strong understanding of the challenges presented at each investment phase and practical strategies that will allow them to secure internal stakeholder engagement to mitigate material risks and position themselves to benefit from the opportunities of decarbonized assets.

If you would like to join us in person for this exclusive event at the Energy Building Exchange, New York, please email [email protected]. Breakfast will be available from 8.30am. For those unable to attend in person, you can register to attend the event virtually which will start at 9.00am and finish at 10.15am.