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Real estate bosses pledge to reach net zero by 2050

GreenBiz

Chief executives from some of the world's largest real estate companies pledge to 'Green Building Principles' in bid to halve emissions by 2030.

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How the commercial real estate sector is building a greener future

GreenBiz

The reasons to take action to cut carbon emissions from real estate are overwhelmingly greater than the reasons to do nothing.

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Episode 342: Real estate sustainability meets EV charging, Trillium talks ESG

GreenBiz

Hear from financial firm Trillium Asset Management's head of ESG strategy and real estate company Veris' lead on sustainability and ESG.

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The Brief: Real estate revitalization in West Baltimore’s ‘Black Butterfly’

Impact Alpha

The post The Brief: Real estate revitalization in West Baltimore’s ‘Black Butterfly’ appeared first on ImpactAlpha. Greetings Agents of Impact! We’re taking a Brief break for the Fourth of July holiday in the US. We’ll be back in your.

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Sustainable Real Estate: Trends and Trajectories

Green Business Bureau

What Is Sustainable Real Estate? Sustainable real estate includes commercial and residential real estate property that is designed, built and operated in a way that minimizes environmental impact. The Benefits of Sustainable Real Estate. The Challenges of Sustainable Real Estate.

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ImpactAlpha Open: Real estate revitalization in Baltimore + open impact funds in July

Impact Alpha

The post ImpactAlpha Open: Real estate revitalization in Baltimore + open impact funds in July appeared first on ImpactAlpha. Greetings, Agents of Impact! Welcome to the latest ImpactAlpha Open, our free weekly newsletter with top news, provocative views and plenty of opportunities to choose.

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NC Real Estate Commission to Disclose Flood History to Buyers

NRDC onEarth

The North Carolina Real Estate Commission finalized the rule to require sellers to provide potential home buyers with information about flood history and risk before they buy a home, and it will go into effect July 1, 2024.