India has been identified as one of the top 10 countries for LEED, and global green building construction is doubling every three years. Furthermore, India is one of 193 countries to adopt the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and is pursuing these goals aggressively.
Now is the time to learn about innovative green building strategies, products and services, and the program for Greenbuild India will deliver this forward-looking information to help drive the market.
Top sessions at Greenbuild India
Because India has one of the fastest-growing economies, it is challenged with acting responsibly while providing employment to its population. "Bridging the Gap: Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities" addresses this crossroad in the sustainability movement. In addition, pooling land for affordable housing is a major challenge. Attendees will learn about green affordable housing from the perspectives of stakeholders, sustainability advisors, tenants and the public. This topic directly correlates with the “Credit Linked Subsidy Scheme," announced by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, which envisions housing for all by the year 2022.
Globally, there is a serious challenge in accessing clean water for all. 844 million people do not have clean water within a reasonable walking distance. "Water Security, a Necessity" will share water management initiatives at city scale in order to shift those management strategies at the project scale.
Lastly, many systems that are currently used in India cannot handle the volumes of waste generated by an increasing urban population. "Untapped Wealth: Waste as a Resource" will teach waste diversion tactics, best practices for project management and how these practices can lead to job opportunities in rural areas. In recent years, Shri Narenda Modi launched Swachh Bharat Mission in India, a campaign that aims to achieve the vision of a clean India by October 2019.
Discounted early bird registration pricing is in effect until Sept. 22, so register for Greenbuild India today.