Cromwell Market Monitor
Research | 6 MINUTE READ
Many companies have publicly declared their environmental, social and governance (ESG) strategies to formalise a commitment to net zero and align to the UN’s sustainable development goals. However, if these strategies are not backed up by solid, auditable data and acted upon in a meaningful way, then they are pointless. Making empty or misleading statements about the sustainability of a company’s products or services, whether intentional or not, is known as greenwashing.
Our latest briefing note looks closely at what greenwashing within real estate looks like in its many forms, and the steps businesses need to take to avoid significant reputational damage.
The full research briefing note can be found by clicking here.