ULI Europe Digital Programme: Spotlight on Resilient Cities – How Investors are Factoring in City-Level Climate Risks in their Investment Decision-Making – 4th Nov 20
04 Nov 2020
About the event
Many assets held by real estate investors are in cities vulnerable to the effects of climate change – ranging from more intense and frequent weather events such as hurricanes; typhoons; and wildfires to more gradual changes such as sea-level rise or shifting weather patterns. ULI partnered with Heitman; Arup and Milliman to assess the potential impacts of climate change on the long-term viability of real estate assets. This webinar will kick off with a presentation and key leaders from the sector will then discuss what challenges climate change provide for cities; how cities are mitigating these risks and how investors can address these in their investment strategies.
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A multidisciplinary real estate forum, ULI facilitates an open exchange of ideas, information, and experience among industry leaders and policy makers dedicated to creating better places.
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ULI has been active in Europe since the early 1990s and today we have over 3,000 members. We have a particularly strong presence in the major European real estate markets of the UK, Germany, France and the Netherlands but are also active in emerging markets such as Turkey and Poland.