The transition towards low carbon real estate assets and portfolios is gaining considerable momentum. It is a new and challenging space that executives from across a range of real estate functions need to understand. This course will provide participants with a practical understanding of core low carbon concepts from a building owner’s perspective. It will address fundamentals across a range of topics including greenhouse gas accounting, asset and portfolio level standards, targets and pathways, low carbon technologies and transition plans, reporting and 3rd party verification.
The course will feature experts from across the Canadian commercial real estate and real-world case studies to foster a collaborative learning environment and practical takeaways for attendees.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: The course is designed for professionals across development, investment, asset management and corporate functions. Participation in this program is limited to individuals who are legally entitled to work in Canada according to the relevant provincial and federal legislation and regulations as a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or individual who has been granted status as a refugee.
- Jamie Gray-Donald, SVP, Sustainability & EHS (QuadReal)
- Ridhima Nayyar, AVP, Sustainability (RioCan)
- Darryl Neate, VP, ESG (REALPAC)
COURSE FEES: This free training program is offered through REALPAC’s partnership with the Canada Green Building Council (CAGBC) for the Building Skills for Climate Change: Low Carbon Training Program, and is funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Sectoral Workforce Solutions Program.Register now