How Real Estate Can Adapt and Prepare for Climate Risks

We’re already seeing the impacts of climate change on our real assets—so how do we better prepare for future climate events? Watch the recorded webinar with CBRE, Four Twenty Seven, Nova Group, and Measurabl as we unpack these challenges.

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Can you afford to ignore the inherent risks of climate change?

This year has put the effects of climate change on full display: wildfires burning across the Americas and Australia; hurricanes and typhoons destroying various parts of Asia and North America; global temperatures continue to rise, causing heat and water stress across the world. Unfortunately, it’s likely a preview of what’s to come. Scientists predict that we may recall 2020 not as the “worst in recorded history,” but perhaps one of the more mild years that we experience this century— unless we make drastic improvements to reduce society’s impact on the planet.

As society prepares for these impending disasters, the real estate industry faces a more immediate threat. How can buildings be better equipped to adapt to our changing world? Understand how you can assess your exposure to physical climate risk, collect data to make measurable improvements, and protect your real assets. Experts from CBRE, Four Twenty Seven, Measurabl, and Nova Group will discuss ways you can take action today.

Meet the Speakers

Zachary Brown

Director of Energy and Sustainability at CBRE

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Zachary Brown is Director of Energy and Sustainability at CBRE, where he supports the CBRE Property Management Group as a dedicated resource overseeing ESG and Sustainability for a national strategic client. In this capacity, Zachary manages all sustainable real estate initiatives and reporting, serving as the conduit between the ownership and management operating each asset. He also monitors local and state energy benchmarking and disclosure laws, reviews products and services for portfolio-wide implementation, oversees third-party certifications such as ENERGY STAR and LEED, and manages annual GRESB assessments for multiple client funds. Before joining CBRE, he was part of the Property Management Team at San Francisco’s iconic Ferry Building. Zachary is an active member of the San Francisco BOMA chapter and BOMA SF Energy & Environment Committee.



Yoon Kim

Managing Director, Global Client Services at Four Twenty Seven

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As Four Twenty Seven’s Managing Director, Global Client Services, Yoon provides oversight on all aspects of client engagements. She works closely with investors, corporations, and governments to assess financial and economic exposure to physical climate risks, support the integration of climate risk considerations into planning, and promote cross-sector dialogue to address physical climate impacts. Yoon has over a decade of experience working with private and public sector entities in the US and globally to evaluate physical climate risks, identify adaptation and resilience opportunities, support adaptation planning, strengthen climate policy and governance, and build capacity. Prior to Four Twenty Seven, she worked with several State of California agencies to prepare the coastal implementation plan for the State’s adaptation strategy and supported the US Agency for International Development’s (USAID) efforts to integrate adaptation considerations into country and regional investments.



Cameron Ravanbach

Account Manager at Measurabl

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Cameron is an Account Manager, focused on driving value for existing Measurabl customers. He has been with Measurabl for 2 years and was previously a Customer Success Manager for strategic accounts including Prologis, Unico Properties, Brookfield, and CBRE Global Investors. Prior to joining Measurabl, Cameron worked at EDF Renewable Energy and the Center for Sustainable Energy. Cameron holds a BS in Environmental Engineering and an MBA from the University of California, San Diego.



Rob Jackson

Vice President, Equity Markets Group at Nova Group, GBC

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Rob Jackson has over 25 years of experience in construction, engineering, and project management. Utilizing dual undergraduate degrees in mechanical engineering and economics that both focused on green and sustainable construction, his diverse background includes work in building envelope, mechanical, plumbing, and fire protection systems construction, design, oversight, contract administration, due diligence, building envelope commissioning, energy modeling, and expert witness/construction defect work. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of Oregon and is based in both the New York City and Portland, Oregon areas.

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