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Event Co-Chair Lindsay Baker interviews Billy Grayson, Center of Sustainability and Economic Performance at ULI, and they discuss different financial products and mechanisms to "green" your portfolio. They investigate the role cities, policy and technology will have in getting to "zero".
12:26 Green tool
18:12 The end goal
Billy Grayson is the Executive Director for the Center for Sustainability and Economic Performance at the Urban Land Institute, a nonprofit education and research organization that focuses on land use, real estate and urban development. As Executive Director for the Center for Sustainability, Mr. Grayson manages a team leading programs on climate risk and resilience, health and wellness, and building energy and environmental performance. ULI works with members, community leaders, coalition partners, and other key stakeholders to build awareness around sustainability issues in the built environment, and to provide our members with the tools and resources they need to cost-effectively drive sustainability into their projects and operations.View the profile
Catalyzing at the cutting edge of healthy and sustainable buildings and communities. From research to non-profit work, from startups to corporates, I work wherever I can have a large scale impact. Carrying a special torch for human-centered building operations and design.View the profile
Well, hello everybody and welcome to our next session for the conference. Hey, Billy, how are you? And I'm excited to have you here for everyone that might not know you at Billy is the Executive Director of the Center for Sustainability and Economic Performance at the Urban Land Institute. And we are here today to talk about all things real estate sustainability markets the work you do at ULI. So let's get going. Do you want to just give everybody a little bit of a
sense of what you do at ULI and what the center is and you know how it fits and I'm guessing people know ULI, but they may not know Center. So Urban Land Institute is one of the oldest and largest organizations in real estate and land use more than 40,000 members worldwide Mission from day one. ULI has been the responsible use of land and furthering that mission is a key part of what we try to do it at the center for sustainability and economic performance. So we have three programs primary program is at the center Green print, which
is our program focus on Energy Efficiency climate mitigation and a pathway to NetZero carbon building resilience program, which focuses on the other side of climate change climate adaptation and focusing on climate risk in ways that buildings can adapt to the threat of climate change the mail center building healthy places in Pakistan building healthier buildings in communities in addressing issues of Health Equity in our community. We
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