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Climate change is a fact, and its impacts are increasing across the world. In the context of climate change, resilience is the ability of a system or community to rebound following, for example, a natural disaster. Developing resilience requires both recognizing potential dangers and understanding the underlying vulnerabilities that may affect recovery from them.

This is the second webinar titled "How to Become More Climate Resilient” recorded during the ULI Poland Virtual Conference 2020. The online event brings together top experts with worldwide insights on the impact of COVID-19 on the real estate market, cities and people. In the context of mitigating immediate threats such as extreme weather and the current pandemic, the panelists addressed the need for driving long-term climate change solutions. Our experts see a growing concern and interest among investors to incorporate resilience and climate risks to real estate portfolios. They also mentioned the increasing number of cutting edge projects focused on sustainability and carbon neutrality as an essential reference for the future.

Webinar Summary: Climate change is a fact, and its impacts are increasing across the world. In the context of climate change, resilience is the ability of a system or community to rebound following, for example, a natural disaster. Developing resilience requires both recognizing potential dangers and understanding the underlying vulnerabilities that may affect recovery from them.

This is the second webinar titled "How to Become More Climate Resilient” recorded during the ULI Poland Virtual Conference 2020. The online event brings together top experts with worldwide insights on the impact of COVID-19 on the real estate market, cities and people. In the context of mitigating immediate threats such as extreme weather and the current pandemic, the panelists addressed the need for driving long-term climate change solutions. Our experts see a growing concern and interest among investors to incorporate resilience and climate risks to real estate portfolios. They also mentioned the increasing number of cutting edge projects focused on sustainability and carbon neutrality as an essential reference for the future.

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