Technology’s role in achieving ESG targets


With technology’s increasing footprint within our built environment today and in the future, CBRE’s Su-Fern Tan and Taronga Ventures’ Julian Kezelman explore its true potential in the ESG space.

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Technology forms the fabric of everything humans interact with, including their built environment.  

At the Property Council of Australia’s first Technology Summit in Sydney, CBRE’s Phil Rowland underscored the importance of harnessing the potential of technology to shape the diversity of our future surroundings.  

“It’s important that we make our industry more productive, our places and precincts more relevant and inclusive to our tenants and the public. This involves making our buildings more intelligent, softening the footprint on our environment and developing the capabilities that we’ll need in the future to thrive in a technological society.” 

Today’s technology is already being used to reach some of the boldest ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) targets today by proactive building operators.  

It’s a scenario in which Julian Kezelman, Innovation Director at Taronga Ventures, and Su-Fern Tan, Pacific Head of ESG at CBRE, understand the true potential of. During their Technology Summit keynote, the duo explained how technology was being used to maximise the ESG impacts on the built environment. 

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