For World Cities Day 2022, we’re spotlighting two of our green affordable housing projects in Pakistan – the only projects in the country currently certified by the internationally recognised green building standard, EDGE.
Reall is championing construction that is both commercially and environmentally viable – that is climate-smart and affordable. We can’t afford not to be green – for the houses and inhabitants themselves, for the cities and communities to be sustainable, and for the investment to have long term impact.
While we’re still taking stock of the unprecedented temperatures of the last few weeks, Reall staff recently attended London Climate Action Week (LCAW), the fourth and largest since the event was launched in 2019. Read our top five takeaways.
In New York this week, 44 countries are carrying out Voluntary National Reviews (VNR) on their implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). And while the UK is not on the list this year, the Bond SDG Group felt that now was a timely moment to update their report on how the UK measures up since the UK’s VNR in 2019.
Data is the cornerstone of a green affordable housing movement. Reall launch insights gained from gathering household data from India, Pakistan, Nigeria, and Uganda to shed light on living conditions from the bottom 40% of the income pyramid.
This collaboration marks Reall and New Story’s efforts to build together a green affordable housing movement for families living on low-incomes. The new relationship is a crucial step towards driving forward collaborative innovation and developing scalable pathways to homeownership.
Reall is delighted to announce that our affordable housing project in Tamale, Ghana, has achieved the globally recognised EDGE Certification – the International Finance Corporation’s (IFC) green building standard.
At least 1.2 billion people worldwide live in substandard housing, often lacking access to basic services and infrastructure. This challenge is especially acute in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, with…