Blueprint: Quick Sustainability Wins in Existing Buildings


March 19, 2021
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EDT

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    Global ULI Online
    Join this webinar to identify low-cost, high-value sustainability opportunities in existing buildings and across portfolios.


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    Private N/A $95.00
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit N/A $25.00

    Building on the leading sustainability work that Greenprint member organizations have been implementing since 2009, ULI Greenprint developed The ULI Blueprint for Green Real Estate to support real estate owners and investors looking to develop or accelerate a sustainability program.



    Evin Epstein

    Vice President, Assistant Director of Sustainability, SL Green Realty Corporation

    At SL Green, Evin Epstein implements the company’s Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) program across 20 million square feet of the company’s Manhattan Portfolio. She is responsible for communicating the firm’s ESG program to analysts, investors, and tenants through various reporting initiatives. She also manages the logistics behind the firm’s not-for-profit organization, Food1st Foundation. Epstein joined the firm in 2015, after earning a master’s degree in environmental policy design from Lehigh University. She is a LEED accredited professional and a member of REBNY’s Sustainability Committee.


    David DeVos

    Global Head of ESG, LaSalle Investment Management,

    David DeVos is the global Head of ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) for LaSalle Investment Management with extensive experience leading global sustainability strategies to positively impact the financial and environmental performance of real estate portfolios. As a leader in ESG, he drives building efficiency, renewable energy and climate initiatives, promotes health & well-being, resiliency, diversity & inclusion and transparent reporting to stakeholders. Prior to LaSalle, David was the Global Director of Sustainability for more than a decade at PGIM Real Estate, where he led their Global Sustainability Council and oversaw their regional Councils in the Americas, Europe and Asia. He managed and expanded their ESG reporting and implemented renewable energy projects, energy and water efficiency initiatives, created an internal emerging market green building certification and evaluated their global portfolio for climate and resiliency risks. David holds an MBA, Bachelor of Environmental Design, and a professional Bachelor of Architecture. In addition, he supplemented his education at Harvard University’s Executive Sustainability Leadership program. His diverse corporate, design, construction and ESG credentials grant him an understanding of the built environment from an owner’s, architect’s and contractor’s point-of-view.