CBRE's "Carpool Conversations" podcast series focuses on role that sustainability and wellness plays in shaping the future of the property industry. In a partnership with Evoke, Australia’s first zero emissions luxury chauffeur service, we’ve interviewed some of the owners, occupiers and industry groups who are leading this agenda.
Pia Peterson: Founder of Evoke – Australia’s first zero emissions luxury chauffeur service
Emma McMahon, Head of Sustainability at CBRE carpools with Pia Peterson, founder of Evoke – Australia’s first zero emissions luxury chauffeur service. She is tackling climate change, specifically within the transportation sector, and partnered with CBRE to make Carpool Conversations a reality.
Carmel Hourigan: Global Head of Real Estate at AMP Capital
Ray Pittman CBRE's Pacific President & CEO carpools with Carmel Hourigan, the Global Head of Real Estate for AMP Capital, responsible for leading an AU$23 billion property investment and management business. Carmel is driving AMP Capital’s sustainability agenda through landmark projects such as Sydney’s Quay Quarter.
David Harrison: Managing Director and Group CEO at Charter Hall
Amanda Steele, CBRE’s Senior Managing Director, Asset Services, carpools with David Harrison, Charter Hall's Managing Director and Group CEO. Sustainability and community are embedded in everything at Charter Hall; from large-scale commercial property development, to local community volunteering, with business decisions done through a sustainable lens.
Paul Wall: Head of Group Sustainability and Energy at Dexus
Emma McMahon, Head of Sustainability at CBRE carpools with Paul Wall, Head of Group Sustainability and Energy for Dexus. Paul has broad experience in corporate real estate, policy, strategy and asset performance. He has a passion for industry reform, which he pursues through active participation in industry groups.
Romilly Madew: CEO at Green Building Council of Australia
Amanda Steele, CBRE’s Senior Managing Director, Asset Services, carpools with Romilly Madew, Chief Executive at Green Building Council of Australia. Romilly is passionate about creating sustainable buildings, communities and cities and has a global reputation as an influential advocate and change agent.