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This week: How the property insurance industry is preparing for climate disasters—and hoping to prevent them. Plus: A look at Tesla's supercharger strategy.
This week: We're taking a deep dive into how cities are actually paying for ambitious climate plans. Plus: A peek into summer travel's biggest nightmare: The airport's lost and found.
This week: What ChatGPT-4 says about generative AI and real estate. Plus: The story on a piece of tech (we'd be surprised if you got this right) that fueled early versions of the internet.
This week: We get into the carbon market and why it's an essential part of the path to decarbonization for the built world. Plus: A look at legislation that's attempting to move the needle on housing production in the U.S.
This week: We take a look at geothermal as a renewable energy source for larger multifamily projects. Plus: New research discovers a way to recycle the 43 million tons of wind turbine blades expected to be decommissioned.
Brendan Wallace, co-founder and managing director at Fifth Wall, says the Middle East is the “natural place” to think about when it comes to the “imperative” to decarbonize the real estate industry.
Greg Smithies, partner at venture capital firm Fifth Wall, which has invested in EV infrastructure, says a lot of the automakers’ concerns are fairly manageable. “It behooves the industry to push back on any regulations in general,” he says.