OSCRE's Environmental Data Standards Project
Collaborate with leading companies and industry associations to develop standards for improved environmental data management and reporting. Who is participating, click on corporate names below.
Blackstone, BentallGreenOak, Brookfield, CBRE, CoreNet Global, CW, EY, IFMA,
JLL, Hines, Lionpoint, MRI, Yardi and others
ESG reporting starts with data integration across multiple platforms. Data Standards provide the consistency to exchange data and help you gain new capabilities across the entire supply chain. Email us to learn more about how you can participate in OSCRE's Environmental Data Standards Project for Real Estate. The Development Phase of this project will run till late summar this year. The primary focus of the current project is Energy. Waste and Water come next.
Leaders Collaborating: Industry leaders are sharing perspectives on their challenges and collaborating to develop solutions to one of the most critical challenges facing our industry today - better data to capture real estate’s impact on the environment. Real estate organizations need to move quickly to develop an effective approach to environmental data. That need for speed impacts how you collect, report and analyze data. By participating in this project, you have an opportunity to accelerate your progress towards better strategies and practices for environmental data management and decision making in a platform-agnostic approach.
Use Cases Under Development: The project participants are focused on 7 use cases for development.
Link provided for details on #3: Collect Data from Functional Owners. That same link also explains the deliverables that Development will generate.
- Manage Facilities
- Direct Emissions Policy
- Collect Data from Functional Owners
- Data Reporting Requirements of Supply Chain
- Collect Data from Supply Chain
Busness Case for Environemental Data Management: Here are some compelling reasons to participate and implement the upcoming standards::
Attract and retain ESG-focused investors
Gain insight from corporate occupiers
Improve environmental performance and reporting
Demonstrate responsible corporate stewardship
Accelerate progress toward effective environmental data management
Improve data integration with supply chain partners