Tim Jones

CEO & Founder, Grow Good (B-Corp)

Takes part in

  • ESG in Real Estate SummitView Full Event
  • 11:20 - 12:10

    PANEL DISCUSSION: Regulation and industry standards: What tool, when how and why?

    Increasing regulatory and industry standards are quickly shaping the ESG landscape. Simultaneously, it is increasingly being used to inform investment decisions as asset managers aim to reduce financed emissions and build climate-friendly product offerings. As a result, there is an increased need for verified, investment-grade ESG data. This session will provide an interactive discussion with leading experts who will provide guidance on the   processes required to collect and audit investment-grade ESG data and solutions available to companies to support those processes:

    • What can each rating tool bring to the broader ESG movement? What role(s) can it fill?
    • Using rating to set a forward thinking ESG strategy as opposed to the historic reactive model
    • How does each rating tool address the organisation that owns the assets? Does it look at them?
    Panellists include:
    Elham Monavari Head of Green Star Strategic Delivery, Green Building Council of Australia
    Tim Jones CEO & Founder, Grow Good (B-Corp)
    Laura Hamilton-O’Hara CEO, Living Future Institute of Australia
    Devan Valenti Manager, Asia Pacific, International Well Building Institute
    Monique Alfris Head of Market Transformation, NABERS
    Moderated by:
    Lisa Hinde Head of Sustainability, Colliers
  • ESG in Real Estate WebinarView Full Event
  • 13:25 - 13:45

    Keynote – To B or Not to B: The What, Why and How of B Corp Certification for CRE Organisations

    By Tim Jones CEO & Founder, Grow Good (B-Corp)
    • The history of B Corps: The B Lab Story
    • Business trends driving the rise of B Corps
    • The ROI – Investment and impact of B Corp
    • How B Corp brings purpose to life through operations
    • How to get Certified. Simplified.
    • What B Corp Certification looks like in the built environment.

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