Author: Marianne Eppig

Marianne Eppig is a director of resilience for ULI’s Urban Resilience program. She leads research and publications, training, technical assistance, and educational activities on resilience topics to support and enhance environmental performance, economic opportunity, and social equity in real estate and land use. She is the lead author of Water Wise: Strategies for Drought-Resilient Development.

Articles by Marianne Eppig

  • First Street Foundation Debuts Climate Risk Analysis Tool Informed by ULI Members
    Published on November 04, 2022 in Sustainability
    ULI has been establishing dialogue between real estate professionals and climate risk data analytics firms that can help advance the interests of both parties. Enhanced collaboration and understanding between these two sides should continue to improve this evolving space, potentially improving both financial and climate-risk outcomes. As part of these efforts, ULI collaborated with First Street Foundation, a research and technology nonprofit with expertise in assessing physical climate risk at the property level in the United States.
  • The Worth of Water: Becoming Water Wise in an Era of Scarcity
    Published on August 26, 2022 in Sustainability
    Since potable water is in increasingly limited supply, reducing demand for water through water conservation, efficiency, and reuse generates social, environmental, and economic benefits for people, buildings, and communities.
  • Five District Councils Selected for the Second Resilient Land Use Cohort
    Published on August 22, 2022 in Sustainability
    ULI’s Urban Resilience program is excited to announce that five U.S. District Councils have been selected to participate in the second Resilient Land Use Cohort (RLUC). RLUC is a growing network of District Councils, including ULI staff, community representatives, and local ULI member advisers who advise on immediate resilience needs through technical assistance or advisory services and engage in regular peer-learning opportunities over an 18-month period to share strategies, resources, and best practices.
  • Water Wise: Strategies for Drought-Resilient Development
    Published on June 21, 2022 in Sustainability
    A new ULI report, Water Wise: Strategies for Drought-Resilient Development, features best practices and case studies for incorporating water-saving measures into real estate development projects, alongside policy recommendations for integrating land use and water management.