Jon Lovell, co-founder of Hillbreak, was recently interviewed by ULI Connect, the official newsletter of the ~40,000 worldwide members of the Urban Land Institute (ULI). He discusses the impacts of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change for the global real estate industry, the risks and competitiveness drivers of climate change and evolving market expectations, and what motivates him to challenge convention in the industry.
The interview was prompted by Hillbreak’s recent authorship of the major ULI report, L’Accord de Paris: A Potential Game-Changer for the Global Real Estate Industry.
Jon is a long-standing member of ULI and is currently vice-Chair of ULI UK and chairs its Sustainability Council.
You can read the article here.