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By Susie Westrup
"At Federal Realty, our sustainability mission is governed by the belief that great real estate is founded upon the intrinsic relationship between responsible development and accountability to the communities and people we serve. By balancing environmental, societal, and economic priorities…
Abundance Thinking | Green Buildings | Leadership | Sustainability | Uncategorized
By Rachel Sowards
There is a sweeping federal climate change report drafted by 13 federal agencies, which concludes that Americans are feeling the effects of climate change today. With the recent flooding in the Houston area (thanks to Harvey), we don’t have to…
Abundance Thinking | Change Management | Commercial Real Estate | Leadership | Resilience | Sustainability | Uncategorized
By Paladino and Company
If you’re like us, you’re always on the hunt for interesting, local networking events that bring together architects and developers. We did our research and found an abundance of real estate networking events the next few months for development, construction, and…
Leadership | Networking | Uncategorized
By Dieter Siperko
Americans have shown that they want to combat climate change by reducing GHG emissions, but the best way to do it can seem overwhelming. Here’s one big idea to share with your employees and multifamily residents: Get out of your…
Abundance Thinking | Analytics | Employee Engagement | Leadership | Sustainability | Wellness
By Nash Emrich
Rom coms and renewable energy: leveraging culture to create change The Living Future 2017 Unconference is rooted in the built environment, but this year the biggest takeaway was not a new building system or design innovation. The conversation of the…
Abundance Thinking | Leadership | Networking | Sustainability
The US has chosen not to re-sign the Paris Climate agreement at the recent G7 summit. Yes, the fight to stop global warming took a hit with this maneuver. But we and our clients are already looking ahead without hesitation.…
Abundance Thinking | Resilience | Uncategorized
By Tom Paladino
Joe Biden shares his vision for the future at the Urban Land Institute Spring Meeting. Photo credit: ULI The Urban Land Institute Spring Meeting brought the sun and thousands of leaders to Seattle, Washington last week. The agenda consisted of…
Abundance Thinking | Green Buildings | Leadership | Networking | Resilience | Sustainability | Uncategorized | Wellness
By Maggie Santolla
Greenbuild bills itself as the world’s largest green building conference and expo, and it certainly was big this year in New Orleans—not only in attendance, but also in scope. Speakers at the conference clearly demonstrated that the green building industry…
Abundance Thinking | Green Buildings | Leadership | LEED
A large contingent of Paladino consultants is in New Orleans for Greenbuild, the industry’s largest expo and conference. We’re eager to meet with our green building colleagues to discuss the trends, drivers and challenges in sustainable real estate today. Paladino’s…
Green Buildings | LEED | Sustainability
By Julie Honeywell
So much has been written about Millennials that we often overlook the role of Generation X, those people born between 1961 and 1981. Millennials want to change the world, while Xers are deemed to be disengaged. Take climate change. "Most…
Abundance Thinking | Leadership | Sustainability