How can you use GRESB results to level up your ESG program?

In this recorded webinar, ESG experts at Stok and Woodbourne Capital Management joined GRESB’s Senior Director to share tips and insights to utilize the GRESB framework to build and expand your ESG strategy to align with investor needs, compete with peers, and position to improve performance on your 2024 GRESB submission.

Get familiar with GRESB terminology and timelines, feel equipped to effectively communicate the GRESB value-add beyond scores to investors, and learn strategies to prioritize initiatives to advance your firm’s ESG program.

Watch the recorded webinar.


Stok leads organizations to decarbonize now. We integrate expertise across ESG and sustainability consulting, carbon, energy engineering, commissioning, and project delivery. From the enterprise to asset level, we provide clients with strategy, management, and technical support to translate bold commitments into impact. Stok is a Certified B Corp and ILFI Just organization, and has been recognized as a Top Impact Company and Best Workplace. Our global team delivers on client ambitions across programs and projects worldwide. To learn more, visit and follow us on LinkedIn.



Created in 2009, GRESB is a mission-driven and industry-led organization that provides actionable and transparent environmental, social and governance (ESG) data to financial markets. We collect, validate, score, and independently benchmark ESG data to provide business intelligence, engagement tools, and regulatory reporting solutions for investors, asset managers, and the wider industry.



Woodbourne is a leading investor, operator and developer of apartments, seniors’ housing, student housing, self-storage and other real estate assets located predominantly in urban areas across Canada. Woodbourne invests on behalf of a broad base of institutional investors, including public and private pension funds, endowments, foundations, and funds of funds. Woodbourne has invested in over 100 transactions, representing over 20,700 multi-residential units, 8,800 student housing beds, 4,700 seniors’ housing units, 9,200 self-storage and industrial units diversified across nine Canadian provinces.