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Teaming up to decarbonize real estate: This is how cities can achieve net-zero

City administrations should see real estate owners, developers, investors and occupiers as long-term partners to achieve environment goals. Image: Photo by Sara White on Unsplash

Guy Grainger

Global Head of Sustainability Services & ESG, JLL

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