In this installment of Stok’s ESG series, Director of ESG Services Kelly Hagarty provides a quick primer on ESG: what it is, what goes into each component, and why it matters in real estate design and construction.
0:09 – What is ESG?
0:31 – What goes into the E, S, and G?
1:09 – How does ESG apply to real estate design and construction?
In preparation for the annual release of GRESB results, Stok and GRESB hosted a webinar on how to unpack GRESB results to level up ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) programs, featuring Dan Winters, Senior Director at GRESB, Kelly Hagarty, ESG Director at Stok, and Henry Heyman, ESG Manager at Woodbourne Capital Management. Here are eight key takeaways from the experts on GRESB, the ESG benchmark for institutional real estate investors and a framework of global best business practices.
In Greenbuild’s recent webinar on “Integrating Climate Risk into Your ESG Program: How to Tackle Portfolio Assessment, Risk Mitigation, and TCFD Reporting,” I had the pleasure of moderating a panel of climate experts in the commercial real estate industry as we dove into the climate toolbox to review best practices for developing and integrating a comprehensive climate change resilience program into an organization’s ESG program, overall business, and risk strategy. ICYMI, here’s a recap!
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