ULI Europe Sustainability Council Meeting


2021-09-21T13:00:00 - 2021-09-21T15:00:00

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    Online This webinar will be hosted by Zoom. UNITED KINGDOM
    13:00   Welcome and Introduction
    Mathieu Elshout, Head of Sustainability & Impact Investing, PATRIZIA
    Elsa Monteiro, Head of Sustainability and Corporate Communication, Sonae Sierra
    13:05   Update: Fast-track to decarbonisation – an integrated roadmap for the built environment
    Lisette van Doorn, CEO, ULI Europe
    13:30   Keynote: EU climate regulation will transform real estate
    Michael MacBrien, Director General, European Property Federation
    14:00   Council Interview: ULI Sustainability Outlook Report
    In the second hour of the meeting we will be joined by Marta Schantz, Senior Vice President, ULI Greenprint Center for Building Performancewho would like to interview the council for the second edition of the ULI Sustainability Outlook. The 2021 report solely focused on the Americas region whereas the 2022 edition will also look at Europe and Asia Pacific. Marta from Greenprint will host a group interview in a roundtable format with council members to inform this research.
    14:55   Closing Remarks
    Mathieu Elshout, Head of Sustainability & Impact Investing, PATRIZIA
    Elsa Monteiro, Head of Sustainability and Corporate Communication, Sonae Sierra
    15:00   Close
    If you would like to attend this event please contact Louisa.Batts@uli.org 



    Michael MacBrien

    Director General, European Property Federation (EPF)

    Michael MacBrien is director general of the European Property Federation, adviser to TEGOVA, editor of European Valuer and founding partner of MacBrien Cuper Isnard European Affairs.


    Marta Schantz

    Senior Vice President, ULI Greenprint Center for Building Performance , Urban Land Institute

    Marta Schantz is the senior vice president for the Urban Land Institute’s Greenprint Center for Building Performance at the, a worldwide alliance of real estate owners committed to improving the environmental performance of the industry – reducing carbon, and increasing building value. Recent focus areas range from City/Real Estate Partnerships for Climate Policy, to Embodied Carbon in Real Estate, to Class B/C Office Energy Efficiency. Before her time at ULI, Marta consulted to utilities and real estate at Waypoint Energy, performed federal energy consulting at Booz Allen Hamilton, and conducted energy project cost analyses at the US Department of Energy. Marta is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is a LEED Green Associate and a Fitwel Ambassador.


    Lisette van Doorn

    Chief Executive Officer, Europe, Urban Land Institute

    As chief executive of ULI Europe, Lisette van Doorn is responsible for the development of the Institute’s activities across the region, including its renowned pan-European conferences and over 250 local meetings and events across 14 countries. She is responsible for working with ULI’s staff both locally and globally to deliver more high profile content and reports; coordinating Advisory Services panels and Urban Plan; and expanding the Institute’s thought leadership across Europe. Van Doorn joined ULI in January 2015 from LIRE, her own consultancy business, which advises international institutional real estate investors and fund managers on strategy, organisational optimisation and portfolio structuring. Prior to this, van Doorn was country manager for CBRE Global Investors where she managed a €1.6bn portfolio of assets in Italy and fund manager of two shopping centre funds (€ 1.3 billion) with assets in Spain, Portugal and Italy. Before joining CBRE Global Investors, van Doorn was founding chief executive for INREV, the European association for Investors in Non-Listed Real Estate Vehicles for four and a half years. Van Doorn started her career at ING Investment Management, where she held account manager and assistant controller positions before being made managing director of research & strategy for ING Real Estate Investment Management Europe.