RICS will be present at the 30th edition of MIPIM, the world's leading property market event of the year. This year MIPIM theme "engaging the future" will address the question of how upcoming generations will live and work in increasingly populated urban areas.
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RICS will be present at the 30th edition of MIPIM, the world's leading property market event of the year, on 12-15 March, 2019 at Palais des Festivals, Cannes in France. This year MIPIM theme "engaging the future" will address the question of how upcoming generations will live and work in increasingly populated urban areas.
Ban Ki-Moon, the former Secretary General of the United Nations, will be the keynote speaker at MIPIM this year and his speech will touch upon the multiple challenges the world is facing.
With an outstanding thought leadership programme of events, including RICS participation in the MIPIM Sustainability Forum and the MIPIM Young Leaders Summit, the organisation will create the debate and discuss solutions to the major problems affecting our environment.
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A discussion on sustainable finance focused on accelerating investment into green assets.
Hosted by RICS President Chris Brooke FRICS, RICS CEO Sean Tompkins and Tina Paillet FRICS, Chair of RICS European Board
Networking drinks for RICS members attending MIPIM.
How can responsible business be the driver of a more sustainable built environment? Drawing on the work RICS has delivered with the UN toolkit.
Political uncertainty, Trump, Brexit, tariffs and protectionism, potential recession, what impact does all this have on the real estate industry?
How can we leverage employment opportunities for the next generation? Challenges/ priorities? Sean Tompkins to attend and pose comment/question to the panel.
Exploring how buildings can deliver higher performance and provide greater asset value. Lead with RICS content on green mortgages, valuing sustainability, valuing performance of new asset classes – e.g. co-working spaces, AVMs and the future of valuation.
Research shows that high-performing organisations focus on diversity and inclusion (D&I). It is integral to developing people within an organisation, serving clients as best we can, and playing an important leadership role in communities. The book provides guidance and actions for professionals in the sector who want to make D&I an inherent part of their organisation.
We know what society today values in professionalism, but how might this evolve given advances in technology and other societal changes?
What is the future for professional ethics? How can professionals safeguard standards? Focus on forthcoming RICS Professional Statement ‘Ethics, conduct & competence’
Discussion on factors to accelerate progress towards regenerative ecosystems. This session will draw on the RICS Research Trust study.
This week, RICS joins delegates at the UN climate discussions at COP24 (Conference of the Parties) in Katowice, Poland, supporting core initiatives to influence market transformation in the building sector in partnership with leading stakeholders.
Ecosystem damage over the last 50 years of the twentieth century was greater than in any comparable period of human history, with estimates that the demands of contemporary global society effectively consume 1.5 ‘Planet Earths’. There is a pressing need to use landscapes and other ecosystems in more sustainable and integrated ways.
RICS will support the European Commission in developing an EU classification system – the so-called “EU sustainability taxonomy” – to determine whether an economic activity is environmentally sustainable, as a member of the Technical Working Group on Sustainable Finance appointed by the European Commission from civil society, academia, the business and finance sectors.