My goal is to provide practical but forward-leaning solutions to guide the industry toward DC’s visionary future.
At an invite-only event in Washington, DC, representatives of 14 localities came together in early March to discuss a transformational approach to addressing the carbon crisis in our cities.
The retail industry has endured years of bumps and bruises from store closures, shrinking capital, and operational budgets. Added pressures from investors, consumers, and watchdogs who call out bad actors on regulatory and environmental misdeeds are leading retail companies large and small to change the way they do business. Forward-thinking companies are navigating this turbulent … Continued
Across the real estate sector, we are seeing more commitment to climate change action, from increases in investor action to rising stakeholder pressure.
New hub will be a one-stop-shop to help building owners and operators cut
District carbon emissions by almost one million tons per year.
This resource examines hurdles that NYC landlords and tenants may face in compliance to Local Law 97 and identifies next steps for collaboratively improving building performance and driving down energy use and associated carbon emissions across the city.
To cut carbon pollution by 200,000 metric tons, large commercial buildings in Philadelphia are now subject to a building tune-up requirement to improve energy efficiency.
As cities pass new climate policies and investors demand that REITs change business practices to lower climate risks, firms should look to Nareit’s Leader in the Light Award winners’ playbooks.
As fighting climate change takes on increasing urgency, fanned most recently by wildfires in California, building performance standards (BPS) are garnering increasing attention around the U.S. Washington, DC adopted the first BPS in January followed closely by New York City and Washington State. IMT pioneered the concept and is now working with over a dozen … Continued
This case study details a revolving loan fund program in New York City, managed by the New York City Energy Efficiency Corporation, which focuses on funding clean energy investments in private sector buildings.