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Real Estate Must Become More Resilient

After a year of record-breaking disasters, the need for real estate resiliency is clear.

There is no denying that the number of natural disasters and their severity have increased over the years. Wildfires have burned more than four million acres in California in 2020, which is double the previous record of two million acres that was set in 2018. On the other side of the country, the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season has also broken multiple records. All these extreme weather events mean that buildings need to become more resilient to the changes that have happened and changes that will continue to occur.

In this Globe St. article, Partner Energy’s Tony Liou discusses the multi-step approach to real estate resilience and why the financial case is an easy one. Click here to read more.