Real Estate investments and operations can contribute to protect the climate and meet the Paris Agreement. We can help you do it.

The COVID19 pandemic has reshaped the World and, therefore, the real estate market. The profound change in habits that COVID has brought, awakened new needs in residential, office and public spaces. At the same time, concern for climate change and environment protection has increased exponentially. The urgency to take climate action and resource protection has clearly been perceived and described by the authorities and has resulted in a new set of regulations and financial instruments.

In March of 2020, the EU Commission published the EU taxonomy to clearly describe which activities may qualify as sustainable under the light of the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda. This EU Taxonomy was recently updated by several Delegated Acts* to better outline the requirements in terms of transparency and reporting, among others. 

The Eu Taxonomy defines 6 different axes of action to classify the environmentally sustainable economic activities. This enables the access to finance in the context of the Paris Agreement goals and the EU 2030 Agenda. Construction and Real Estate can contribute to achieve these Global Goals following the EU Taxonomy categories.

We address all of them to prepare your investment to qualify and help you meet your ESG and Net Zero Carbon targets.

*Regulation (EU) 2019/2088 on sustainable Finance Disclosure regulation (SFDR) and Delegated Acts April 2021.

We are aligned with the EU Taxonomy and ESG criteria to qualify as sustainable investment, be protected of regulatory risks and make profitable business by:

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Climate Change Mitigation

Managing assets to avoid waste, GHG emissions, taking care of water and biodiversity


Climate Change Adaptation

Preparing assets to be resilient by modular construction, PaaS systems, updatable technology.

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Sustainable use and protection of water and marine resources

Identifying, measuring and managing use and quality of water. Designing out toxins

Transition to a Circular Economy

Identifying the circular potential of current assets, building and managing circular

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Pollution prevention and control

Assessing potential pollution problems related to the assets. Avoiding GHG emissions and waste

Protection and restoration of biodiversity and ecosystems

Implementing solutions that help life to thrive.

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About us

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EIG Works for a world in which businesses regenerate ecosystems and society.

Eco Intelligent Growth (EIG), a circular economy advisory and innovation company based on the Cradle to Cradle ® principles.

EIG has collaborated with companies and organizations since its establishment in 2005, working in the transition towards innovative, safe and circular business models, space designs and products.

EIG is an organization accredited to perform the assessment of products through the Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Products Program.

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Evalore adds value in global sustainability and architectural health.

Evalore was born in 2017 as a pioneer company in the global health integration in architectural projects. Among its founders there is the first WELL Accredited Professional in Spain.

Today Evalore collaborates as a sustainability and health consultant in some of the most relevant architectural projects in the field, such as the first wood office building in Spain or the first WELL rehabilitation for public administration.

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