Educational offerings for everyone at Greenbuild China
China has been identified as one of the top 10 countries for LEED, and global green building construction is doubling every three years. The Top 10 Provinces and Municipalities for LEED in Mainland China were recently identified as areas that have made significant strides in sustainable building design, construction and transformation over the last year.
To gain all the knowledge you need, focused on the content most relevant to green building in China, join us for Greenbuild China, taking place October 17–18, 2017, with two pre-conference workshops taking place on October 16. The educational program promises to deliver forward-looking information to help drive the market.
Greenbuild is known as the space for green building industry leaders to convene and shape the future of sustainable buildings and cities. China is a leader in green building, and at the inaugural Greenbuild China, you have the chance be a part of the conversation at the ground level.
Top sessions at Greenbuild China
This year's program explores many topics, including those related to Smart Cities, materials and GRESB. After working with local experts in the field, the developers of the education program built three sessions with these topics in mind. The Greenbuild China program is split into three targeted tracks and offers something for everyone:
- "Your Building, Your Health": Addresses human and environmental health in high-performance building design
- "Success Through Sustainability": Explores application of green building concepts and its importance
- "Built to Perform": Explores optimal building performance and design
Greenbuild China will also offer extensive education on USGBC’s newest version of LEED, LEED v4. Seven sessions have been granted LEED-specific CE credit, two sessions have been granted WELL-specific CE credit and an entire full-day workshop will be offered to give a deep dive into LEED v4.
Additionally, there is a half-day workshop on SITES, a green building certification system for sustainable land design and development. Attendees can earn up to six GBCI continuing education credit hours for attending the core program and an additional four or eight by attending one of the workshops.