GBCI Canada is a collaboration between Canada Green Building Council and GBCI; organization formed to provide new tools and services to increase uptake of green building and business practices in Canada
Over the past several years, Mexico has emerged as a key player on the international green building scene, most recently ranking ninth on USGBC's top 10 countries and regions for LEED list.
Whether your garage has already embraced cutting-edge sustainability strategies or is starting to evaluate ways to improve garage performance, Parksmart is a fit for you.
Over the past year, Parksmart has evolved to provide a tailored experience. Initially conceived as a tool to recognize industry leaders, Parksmart has expanded, now supporting all parking operations in their pursuit of improved performance and greater social impact.
GBCI invites you to attend an upcoming leadership event, A Sustainable EDGE, on April 25 in Bengaluru. Come learn about the EDGE green building program and how it presents a unique opportunity for a sustainable transformation of India’s housing market. Building industry experts including architects, developers and government policymakers will share their thoughts and experiences with EDGE.
ICP aims to scale investment in energy efficiency projects through the use of standards that increase confidence in the performance of building retrofits
The SITES rating system is a way to mitigate the effects of climate change that are impacting our world and way of life. The natural systems on which we depend are tied into climate, and any sustained change affects food production, availability and use of water, fresh air and much more.
For more than 15 years, Greenbuild has been the flagship industry event for green building professionals, offering robust educational sessions, hands-on technical workshops, inspiring keynotes and networking events.
Since its 2002 debut, the conference has expanded beyond U.S. borders. In 2018, it will be held in four different international locations, including:
The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has been a pioneer in mainstreaming resource efficiency through various programs and schemes for over a decade now.
Forward-thinking real estate owners across the United States are exploring how their often-ignored impervious parking lots could be reimagined. In so doing, they help create an environmentally and socially responsible, healthy and prosperous environment that improves quality of life. JLL and Procter & Gamble are among those businesses leading efforts to develop high-performing surface parking.
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