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Real Estate Institute of Western Australia (REIWA) has introduced an
environmental and sustainability policy which will underpin its core business
objectives moving forward.
CEO Neville Pozzi said the Institute was committed to the long-term integration
of sustainable and environmentally responsible practices throughout the
all have a role to play in ensuring a green future. This policy will ensure
REIWA reduces its carbon footprint, decreases waste, advocates for energy
efficient buildings and supports our members with education and training as
they move towards a net zero future,” Mr Pozzi said.
key focus of the policy is to raise awareness of sustainable housing options
and educate real estate agents about the benefits for their clients.
estate agents are at the forefront of property transactions. The WA public are
becoming increasingly energy conscious, so it’s important that real estate
agents are well educated in environmental and sustainability housing options so
they can help their clients achieve their green goals," Mr Pozzi said.
is the first national real estate institute to introduce an environmental and
sustainability policy and our goal is to share our learnings and success
stories with other institutes around Australia as we lead in this space.”
are committed to working with our members, employers, subcontractors and the WA
public to achieve continual environmental improvement in our business
operations, training and advocacy,” Mr Pozzi said.
assist with the development of the policy, goals and action plan, REIWA has
engaged Green Gurus.
Gurus are experts in sustainability, education and consultancy. We are
delighted to be able to partner with them to harness their expertise as REIWA
shifts to a green future,” Mr Pozzi said.
Gurus Founder Chiara Pacifici said REIWA and Green Guru’s decade long partnership
is the first of its kind in Australia, with thousands of WA real estate
practitioners better informed and skilled to identify sustainability attributes
and their benefits in new and existing homes.
are proud to assist REIWA in achieving their policy commitments, advocacy and
real estate training as they continue to support industry and members towards a
decarbonised future,” Ms Pacifici said.
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