We are excited to invite you to shop the recently launched BREEAM USA Store, which is accepting new orders for BREEAM building plaques that will proudly showcase this well-earned certification.
Hear from Breana Wheeler, US Director of Operations at BREEAM, and Dan Winters, Senior Director of Market Development and Strategic Initiatives at GRESB, as they discuss how the commercial real estate industry can harness the benefits of ESG.
Investors and owners in every major real estate market in the world are grappling with the risks and opportunities presented by climate change, and the pressing need to decarbonise the built environment.
In 2022, the number of BREEAM-certified assets in the U.S. skyrocketed, seeing growth of nearly 160% in total certificates issued year-over-year.
San Francisco, US (November 5, 2020) – Montgomery County in Maryland became the first jurisdiction in the United States to recognize BREEAM for building tax credits and includes both BREEAM In-Use for existing buildings and BREEAM New Construction for new buildings.
As a major carbon emitter, it is imperative that the construction and real estate sectors take action to measure and ultimately reduce their carbon emissions.
Mitigating climate risk in CRE: Retaining asset value and advancing sustainability goals – Experts Weigh In
Climate risks as a direct financial impact that requires a short and long-term view.
Recognizing the importance of continuous sustainable improvement in the multifamily sector, BREEAM recently invited a panel of industry experts to come together and discuss their perspectives and experiences, and to share insights on the future of ESG in the space.
Global investors need to have reliable standards to measure net zero carbon