Voluntary sustainability reporting has become increasingly common in the European real estate sector - particularly among larger listed real estate companies. The growing policy debate over the past years has led to mandatory sustainability reporting regulation at both country and EU level. Investor’s interest in non-financial data has also grown rapidly. In response to this, since 2011, EPRA is actively influencing the debate through different initiatives including the development of Sustainability BPR and guidance for European listed real estate companies.
2018 Sustainability Workshop Highlight Video
Watch the highlight video from our Sustainability Workshop in London on 23 November and hear all the insights from our speakers and panellists on future challenges and opportunities for the listed real estate sector.
Climate Change - Why the Reluctance? Keynote speech
Take a look at the full presentation by Chris Rapley, Professor of Climate Science at UCL, from our 2018 Sustainability Workshop, on the reluctance to address climate change and what listed real estate companies can do to lead the change.
Sustainability Reporting for Listed Real Estate Companies
INFOGRAPHIC - discover the main pillars of a sustainability strategy, the main benefits of adopting sustainability practices and the close-up on ESG disclosures and reporting.
EPRA sBPR Database - Launching Sept 2019
INFOGRAPHIC - Discover the scope and coverage of the EPRA sBPR Database, the first platform entirely dedicated to publicly disclosed ESG information of European listed real estate companies launching in September 2019
EPRA/JLL 2018 sBPR Report Out Now
The amount of sBPR Award winners has reached an all-time high in 2018, just ahead of the switch to a broader assessment of environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance from next year onwards.