Real Estate Unite is the annual flagship event providing an important platform for the construction sectors in Africa to interact, learn, transact, showcase and discuss global real estate possibilities and…
Real estate experts are considering clean energy initiative
Real Estate Investment and Advocacy Group, 3INVEST, has announced May 30 and 31, 2022 as the dates for its annual real estate summit, following a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19 and unforeseen circumstances.
According to a statement, Real Estate Unite is the annual flagship event that provides an important platform for the construction sectors in Africa to interact, learn, transact, showcase and discuss global real estate possibilities and concerns.
The summit would comprise a conference, exhibit, leader/roundtable, and awards for women and sustainability with over a thousand attendees.
The statement claimed that the real estate business was responsible for 40 percent of the world’s carbon emissions and that the industry had both the obligation and the potential to make a significant contribution to creating a better, safer and cleaner planet.
“To achieve equitable development and economic growth, it is essential to build and manage communities that are resilient and sustainable,” the statement read. The Real Estate Unite Summit was created to address global concerns and inspire the built environment in Africa to embrace a culture of sustainability.
“Our long-term goal is to get real estate agents to adopt more environmentally friendly ways. “To encourage education and participation in initiatives related to sustainability. Real estate Unite Summit creator Ruth Obeh explained that the purpose of the event is to recognize organizations that are taking the lead in sustainability and advocating for improved ESG rules, policies and incentives for this community.
The tenth edition of the Real Estate Unite Summit, according to the announcement, will focus on climate technology, sustainability and ESG under the motto “Towards a sustainable culture”. It is scheduled for May 30-31, 2022 at the Eko Hotel on Victoria Island in Lagos.
Waste development, resource consumption, and labor practices all have an impact on the built environment’s potential to be sustainable over time. The sector affects almost all of the UN SDGs directly or indirectly (SDGs).
Our current policies and programs need to be scaled up to meet the Sustainable Development Goals, therefore we need to galvanize the construction industry, investors, commissions, land users and built infrastructure to join us,” he says. the notice.