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HSBC Transition Pathways: Building Greener Growth

When it comes to reducing the carbon footprint of real estate, policy makers and regulators have traditionally focused on cutting down operational emissions – those that are produced by the in-use operation of buildings, from their heating, cooling and other uses of energy. In this podcast, we will explore the impact of design and materials on the carbon footprint of the real estate sector and the economics behind green buildings.


Guests Johnny Yu, Advisor to the Chairman of Henderson Land Group, Kevin Ng, Senior Deputy General Manager and project lead on The Henderson building at Henderson Land Group, and Stephen Bramley-Jackson, HSBC’s Global Head of Real Estate Research, join host Gabriela Tennhard, Global Head of Market & Strategic Insights, HSBC to discuss sustainable practices in construction projects.


For more information on HSBC’s Transition Pathways Real Estate findings discussed in the episode visit here.

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