The GRESB Assessment Season Begins: A Strategic Opportunity for Sustainability Leadership

As of April 1st, the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) has opened its doors for the 2024 assessment submissions, marking a pivotal period for real estate and infrastructure firms committed to showcasing their Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) achievements. With the submission window closing on July 1st, now is the crucial time for companies to prepare and present their sustainability credentials.

GRESB stands at the forefront of promoting sustainability in the asset sector, providing a structured framework that investors rely on to make informed decisions. Participation in the GRESB assessment is not just a demonstration of your commitment to sustainability but a clear signal to the market of your leadership in ESG practices.


Third-Party Verification and Comprehensive Support

At Climate Matters, we understand the challenges and intricacies involved in compiling and verifying the extensive data required for GRESB submissions. This is where we step in – offering expert services for third-party verification of GHG emissions, energy, water, and waste data in accordance with ISO 14064-3 standards. Our team is equipped to ensure your data not only meets the rigorous requirements of GRESB but also stands up to investor scrutiny.
Moreover, we provide tailored assistance in risk management and risk assessment, critical components of the GRESB submission that underline your asset’s resilience and strategic response to environmental risks.


Why Partner with Us? 

  • Expertise: Our team brings a deep understanding of GRESB requirements and best practices in sustainability reporting.
  • Compliance and Credibility: By adhering to ISO 14064-3 standards, we add an extra layer of credibility to your sustainability reporting, making your submission more robust.
  • Strategic Insight: Beyond compliance, we offer insights and strategies to enhance your asset’s ESG performance, positioning you as a leader in sustainability.