Journal of Sustainable Real Estate (JOSRE) Archive
This independent journal, the Journal of Sustainable Real Estate, the first of its kind in the United States, calls upon those interested in fostering truth surrounding the myriad questions of how to become more efficient, healthier, and more productive while recognizing that economics and regulation will drive the market, not environmental evangelists. Those of us focused on real estate, which encompasses where we live, work, shop, and recreate, may not be able to determine if ideas like clean coal are realistic but we can and should investigate the economics driving the market, the true costs, direct and indirect, the management strategies that will support better user and owner decisions, and the state-of-the-art in terms of best practices. These are the types of questions we hope to address in this issue of the Journal of Sustainable Real Estate.
We continue to benefit from the financial support of CoStar Group for this publication. Since its inception, CoStar has been the sole sponsor of this journal without any editorial oversight. Not only has CoStar continued to support the journal, but several studies and papers published on sustainable real estate would not have been possible without the data provided by CoStar to support this research. We greatly appreciate this unconditional and continuous support.
Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate
San Diego State University
Nico B. Rottke (Europe)
European Business School
Robert Simons (North America)
Cleveland State University
Kwame Addae-Dapaah (Asia)
National University of Singapore