Green Building Council
The Hong Kong Green Building Council Limited (HKGBC) was established in 2009 and strives to promote the standards and developments of sustainable buildings in Hong Kong. The HKGBC aims to raise green building awareness by engaging the public, the industry and the government, and to develop practical solutions for Hong Kong’s unique, subtropical built environment of high-rise, high density urban area, leading Hong Kong to become a world’s exemplar of green building development.
The 2019 Global Status Report for Buildings and Construction released by the Global Alliance for Buildings and Construction at COP25 in Madrid, shows that CO2 emissions from the world’s buildings and their construction remain stubbornly at around 39% of total carbon dioxide emissions.Read more >
Big step-up in ambition needed to put buildings and construction on track to meet Paris Agreement goals, warns Global ABC reportWed, 11th Dec 2019
The 2019 Global Status Report for Buildings and Construction released today by the Global Alliance for Buildings and Construction (Global ABC) at COP25 in Madrid shows that CO2 emissions from the world’s buildings and their construction remain stubbornly at around 39 per cent of total carbon dioxide emissions.Read more >
The World Green Building Council has today announced the new Regional Chairs and Vice Chairs of its Regional Networks.Read more >
The World Green Building Council has today announced its new Board of Directors.Read more >
At COP21 in Paris last December, WorldGBC, its network of Green Building Councils in over 70 countries around the world and their 27,000 member companies made a high level commitment to reduce emissions from buildings.Read more >
This conference will celebrate the continual efforts and achievements of different regions of the world in terms of sustainable built environments of various scales, with a particular emphasis on urban neighbourhoods and buildings.