Environmental and social due diligence

Environmental due diligence is a formal process that assesses real estate for potential risk of environmental contamination, such as soil or groundwater contamination. Environmental professionals determine the extent and type of assessment warranted, which varies based on the property.

This process also helps identify the mitigation measures that are necessary to reduce any environmental risks that are identified.

The purpose of the social due diligence is to review any potential social risks associated with the proposed real estate project to ensure that it does not carry social risks, which could present a potential liability or a risk.

Social due diligence involves the systematic identification, quantification and assessment of social risks associated with a proposed project. This process also helps identify the mitigation measures that are necessary to reduce any social risks that are identified.

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