• Boston’s carbon neutrality challenge

    Jan 19, 2024, 13:26 PM by Vincent Planque
    Boston enacted an ordinance to help the city achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, but data shows that nearly 30% of Boston's commercial buildings may fall short.
  • Timing means a great deal when moving assets to net zero emissions (data available)

    Feb 22, 2023, 13:32 PM by Dennis Schoenmaker
    When it comes to cutting carbon emissions at commercial buildings, timing may not be everything, but it means a great deal. The longer a property owner waits to begin lowering emissions, the higher an asset’s carbon budget will be.
  • The Road to Net Zero Varies by City

    Nov 28, 2022, 11:23 AM by Matt Mowell
    The sooner commercial properties begin the process to become net zero by 2050, as called for in the Paris Climate Agreement, the sooner property owners can realize the benefits of limited carbon footprints and lower energy costs.
  • Building Performance Standards aim to reduce carbon emissions across the U.S.

    Nov 3, 2022, 09:45 AM by Vincent Planque
    Building Performance Standards (BPS), which are outcome-based state and local benchmarking laws, have been introduced to reduce GHG emissions in the real estate industry. Read our latest Viewpoint to see how the sector will be impacted.
  • Green Bonds Issuance Rises Nearly 6x from 2018 Level

    Aug 4, 2022, 15:40 PM by Matt Mowell
    Publicly traded U.S. real estate investment trusts were slow to adopt green bonds but issuance has exploded over the past five years.
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