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GRESB gets lift from ESG tailwind

Increasing allocations of capital to the real estate and infrastructure asset classes and intensifying climate-related threats to those assets have been hallmarks of the ten years since GRESB, the global benchmark for the environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance of portfolios, was launched.

Robust growth in participation — from the initial three European-based pension funds to today’s 1,005 real estate entities, including funds, private companies and REITs, collectively holding more than 100,000 assets in 64 countries — similarly coincides with emerging priorities for risk management and burgeoning capacity to collect and interpret data.


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Canadian pension funds look to GRESB guidance

Oxford Properties Group and Ivanhoé Cambridge have been benchmarked atop their North American peers in the 2019 GRESB Real Estate Assessment, which this year plotted the environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance of 1,005 companies, funds and REITs worldwide that collectively hold more than 100,000 assets worth in excess of USD $4.1 trillion. »READ MORE

Canada ranks second for LEED-certified retailers

Canada ranks second in the world for LEED-certified retail projects reveals the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED in Motion: Retail report. As of May 2019, 3,863 retail spaces are certified worldwide, 604 of which are in Canada.

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