To Alexander Otto, CEO of pan-European operator ECE Projektmanagement, green thinking is nothing new—and it has led to accolades for the firm’s developments.
“We are starting to find out how to link carbon to money. How can we better understand the interplay between what we know about the social environment and investment decisions? In my lifetime, the population of the world will treble. How will that impact you?,” asked session chair Graham Colclough, vice president, global public sector at Capgemini, at the ULI Europe Annual Conference in Paris.
Panelists at ULI Europe’s annual European conference explored how cities such as London, Paris, and Edinburgh could cut spending to bring public debt under control while also driving economic growth.
At a debate at ULI’s recent 16th annual European conference, three members of the Young Leaders program told attendees how the real estate industry can adapt to changed circumstances—and succeed.
During the opening debate of the Urban Land Institute’s recent 16th European conference in Paris, demographic change, global warming, and carbon dioxide emissions were topics that took center stage.