Real estate’s ESG push needs resilience as a fourth pillar

THE last two-and-a-half years have been a stark reminder that stability is not to be taken for granted. The world has grappled with a global pandemic, waves of political tension with international consequences, and extreme weather conditions - including the second-hottest and coldest temperatures on record in Singapore alone. As a result, how we live, work and connect with one another and how we interact with the places and spaces around us have shifted, perhaps irrevocably.

As a protagonist in these unfolding crises, the commercial real estate industry has its own role to play. The industry is one of the largest contributors to global carbon emissions. While this is the reality, it's not all...



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