Sustainable Real Estate: Creating a Better Built Environment

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Start Date : 17 April 2024
Sustainable Real Estate: Creating a Better Built Environment

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University of Cambridge

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Discover how you can respond to challenges facing sustainability in the built environment to leverage industry opportunities.

Buildings produce a third of all greenhouse gas emissions and are one of the main consumers of energy in the world.1 The real estate sector plays an undeniable role in the climate emergency and needs to be reimagined if we want a sustainable future.

On the Sustainable Real Estate: Creating a Better Built Environment online short course, you’ll learn how to find opportunities within sustainability challenges in the built environment. Designed by expert faculty from the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), the course addresses and analyses the ecological, social, and governance aspects of real estate. With this overview of industry trends and risks, you’ll examine how sustainable real estate can contribute to a more resilient and inclusive society, and positively impact communities. Towards the end of this eight-week course, you’ll develop a personal action plan to deliver a sustainable outcome in your own built environment context. This strategy will help you realise the role you and your organisation can play in improving your own supply chains, as well as the vast real estate network.

Offered by
University of Cambridge

The University of Cambridge is a collegiate research university in Cambridge, United Kingdom. Founded in 1209 and granted a royal charter by Henry III in 1231, Cambridge is the world's third-oldest surviving university.