How Climate Data and Tech Can Reduce Asset Risk
网络研讨会摘要：Value-at-risk from extreme weather events is at an all-time global high, with loss estimates from climate change-driven natural disasters reaching a half trillion per year since 2020. To price and mitigate this risk, real estate professionals can harness the power of technology. This session features climate risk researchers and responsible investing experts who share insights into how leading real estate professionals can use climate risk data and technology to translate climate science into better investment decisions.
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