Article: The Death of Social Responsibility in Property Is Much Exaggerated

Article: The Death of Social Responsibility in Property Is Much Exaggerated

There is a view abroad that the current economic crisis means responsible property investment has become inviable and is currently being shunted down or off the corporate agenda. This brief paper reviews that contention and concludes that sustainability in property and responsible property investment practices generally remain just as important today and potentially more so than when the economy and financial markets were in better health.
Published: 2009 | by: UNEP FI Property Working Group

Article: The Death of Social Responsibility in Property Is Much Exaggerated (108 KB | 11 pages)