At Greenbuild China 2018, USGBC and Cushman & Wakefield—a leading global real estate services firm—released a report detailing how green financing is progressively being used as a catalyst in the transition to a greener economy, because it provides the necessary financial support for the development of green projects, including green real estate.
Last week, we closed another successful event with our second annual Greenbuild China. Over the course of three days, we showcased top architects, engineers, consultants and other key industry professionals who shared their vision for green building in China.
Greenbuild China offers several days of education, networking, celebration and leadership for everyone connected to the green building movement. With so much to see, we have included a schedule below to help you customize your experience.
China is second largest market in the world for LEED green building
27 September 2018 (Shanghai, China) – The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) will host Greenbuild, the world’s largest green building conference experience in Shanghai, China on 23-24 October 2018. Greenbuild China will take place at the LEED Platinum Shanghai Tower, which is the tallest building in China.
Women in Green at Greenbuild is a forum that brings together women from all industries to discuss sustainability, current issues, challenges and successes. This unique platform is an opportunity to learn, network and connect. This year, Women in Green celebrates the powerful impact that leading with purpose has on shaping our lives, our careers and our changing world.
When: Wed., October 24, 8–9:30 a.m.
Located in Suzhou Industrial Park, Roche Diagnostics Suzhou Administrative Office Building was awarded LEED Platinum status in July 2018. As the first Roche Diagnostics manufacturing site in Asia, it is set to fuel the rapid and continuous growth in China and the region.
Join 500 senior executives at the International Green City Summit from Sept. 6-7, 2018, in Chengdu, Sichuan province.
On July 17, USGBC and TREND, the LEED consultant organization of Parkview Green, co-hosted the meeting for the representatives from Center for Technology and Industrialization of Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development of China (MOHURD), China Architecture Design and Research Group (CAG), China Academy of Building Research (CABR) and Shanghai Research Institute of Building Sciences Group (SRIBS).
Greenbuild China, taking place October 23–24 at Shanghai Tower, is the premier educational and networking opportunity for sustainability professionals in the greater China region.