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Climate Change and Resiliency: Disruptive changes in International Real Estate Investments

Tom Miller (LaSalle) will explore the concept of Resilience facing the impacts of these risks on property investments, at both the financial asset and the community level

AIMED AT Master Degrees
EVENT TYPE Conferences & Master classes
EVENT FORMAT Global events
DATE 23rd September 2020
TIME 12:00 - 13:30 (GMT +01:00)
LANGUAGE English
Climate Change and Resiliency: Disruptive changes in International Real Estate Investments

Real Estate investments in 2020 are being made in physical building assets that will easily last until the year 2050. Benchmarked by The Paris Accords, that same year 2050 is set as a deadline by which a carbon neutral economy must be achieved to contain the impacts of climate change.  Whether this target is reached or not, it is clear that during this period  real estate investment performance will be significantly impacted by both the physical risks generated by climate change and the risks generated by this transition to a low carbon economy. 

Join us as Tom Miller addresses the concept of Resilience facing the impacts of these risks on property investments, at both the financial asset and the community level.

Our speakers

Senior Managing Director and Head of Development and Sustainability at LaSalle Investment Management

As Senior Managing Director and Head of Development and Sustainability at LaSalle Investment Management, Tom Miller and his team are responsible for executing development and major construction projects for LaSalle fund assets in the APAC region.

Tom also serves as the Regional Sustainability Officer for Asia and oversees the regional environmental and physical due diligence processes for new Asian acquisitions.