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World Green Building Week 2020: September 21-25 2020: #ActOnClimate

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World Green Building Week

Update 28 augustus 2020: De tiende editie van de Dutch Green Building Week vindt plaats van 21 tot en met 25 september 2020. #MadeinHolland is het thema van de week, waarmee Dutch Green Building Council (DGBC) Nederland internationaal op de kaart zal zetten.

Zie: Dutch Green Building Week (DGBW) 2020: Thema #MadeinHolland by DGBC #ActOnClimate

10 August 2020: The World Green Building Week 2020 from 21 till 25 September 2020 is World Green Building Council’s annual campaign that empowers us all to deliver greener buildings. This year, we’re asking you to #ActOnClimate.

We’re calling on the building sector, policymakers and governments to take urgent action to deliver net zero buildings. We’re also calling on them to provide a showcase for those leaders already taking action to show where, why and how they are achieving it.

It is time to bring these solutions to scale, and the industry is ready to deliver.

Our campaign to #ActOnClimate is threefold: For Communities – net zero buildings support a healthier and more sustainable built environment, creating thriving and resilient communities. For the Planet – buildings account for more than one-third of global carbon emissions. It’s vital we prioritise net zero buildings today to protect our planet and future generations. Net Zero Buildings for Economies – investing in new and existing net zero buildings today can stimulate innovation, activate supply chains and create jobs.

Buildings and construction are responsible for 39% of global energy-related carbon emissions. Now is the time to tackle the climate crisis. Countries worldwide are declaring climate emergencies and industry awareness and accountability are at all-time highs. With leading businesses demonstrating how to achieve net zero carbon emissions, governments must step up, go above and beyond to create better buildings for everyone, everywhere.

Over five days, the World Green Building Council network of Green Building Councils and partners will showcase examples of global industry leadership. We will deliver a coordinated, collective voice of the industry to demonstrate the existing leadership in the net zero building movement, and call for bolder and more ambitious regulation to unlock these solutions.

The time to act is now. All of us have key roles to play. Whether it’s spreading the Advancing Net Zero project message on how buildings can tackle the climate crisis, or by advocating for bolder regulation to support sector decarbonisation, we can make a difference.

Businesses, organisations and sub-national governments can take action to decarbonise their own portfolios and advocate for wider emissions reductions by signing the Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment. All levels of government can step up their policy ambitions towards the 2030 and 2050 net zero goals, and their obligations under the Paris Agreement.

Net zero carbon buildings: for communities, for the planet, for economies. No matter where you are, you can #ActOnClimate.

14 August 2018: The World Green Building Week is an annual event that motivates and empowers us all to deliver greener buildings.

This year from 24 – 30 September 2018, we want everyone, everywhere to take action and commit to making a change in the homes they build, lease or live in. We can all do something to make our home a greener, healthier and more energy efficient home. Let’s start now.

Did you know that buildings – including the homes we live in – account for around 40% of global energy consumption? That’s over a third of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. Making a greener world starts at home and it doesn’t have to cost the earth.

Let’s put it in context. The average global electricity consumption per household is 3,500kwh – that’s 2.6 metric tons of C02 or the same as 6,384 miles driven by an average car. If we all reduced our consumption by 20% that would deliver a saving of just over half a metric ton of CO2 per household – that’s the equivalent of 1,277 miles of driving or 21.5 propane cylinders used for home barbecues. Check out this handy calculator and work out your carbon footprint. How do you stack up?

Everyone can do something to make their home greener. We can’t change the world overnight, but we can all do our bit, however small you start. You can save energy and money, create a healthier space to live in and make the planet a greener, better, safer home for generations to come. It’s easy when you know how.

See also: Dutch Green Building Week (DGBW) 2018: Paris Proof – Dutch Green Building Week (DGBW) 2019: Paris Proof

16 September 2011: The World Green Building Week 2011 will be taking place between September 19-23, 2011. How will you be celebrating green building and green communities where you live?

World Green Building Week is celebrated annually to draw attention to the importance of creating healthier, more sustainable buildings and communities. Each year during the third week of September, Green Building Councils and their members mark this occasion with events and activities that reflect the diversity of their cultures and industries.

The number of countries participating in World Green Building Week tripled last year and we expect even more growth this year. The best way to get involved in World Green Building Week this year is to contact your local GBC and find out how your organization can be a part of this remarkable groundswell in support of a greener built environment. See also: Dutch Green Building Week 2011

8 September 2010: WorldGBC and its member Green Building Councils celebrated the inaugural World Green Building Day on September 23, 2009 to raise the profile of green buildings globally in the lead up to COP15 in Copenhagen. The day was shaped by a series of synchronized events hosted by GBCs around the world, including the official launch of the Asia-Pacific Regional Network.

Drawing on the success of last year’s celebration, WorldGBC is extending this year’s event to “World Green Building Week'” (September 20-26). Key activities for this year include the launch of  the WorldGBC Special Report “Tackling Global Climate Change – Meeting Local Priorities” and a series of synchronized green building events hosted by Green Building Councils from around the World. The WorldGBC Special Report will be available for download on September 23rd, the first day of World Green Building Week.

Australia: The Green Building Council of Australia will be holding a Green Tie Gala Dinner event with invited government representatives to raise the profile of green building.

Brazil: The Brasil Green Building Council will be holding its first International Conference & Expo.  The goal is for this event to be a main discussion forum on green building practices, trends, case studies, new processes, sustainability, technology, as well as economic, strategic and social aspects of green building.  There will also be green building tours offered during the conference.

Bulgaria: More information will be made available soon.

Canada: The 6th Annual Green Building Festival will be taking place at the Direct Energy Centre in Toronto between September 22-25. WorldGBC is again working with the organizers of the Green Building Festival to participate in the International Showcase to kick off the Festival. Hosted by Sustainable Buildings Canada, the Festival will include 3 days of speakers, training and building tours along with IIDEX/Neocon, Canada’s premier architecture and design expo. CanadaGBC – Toronto Chapter will be participating in the Festival and will be hosting a series of educational workshops.

Columbia: The Colombia Green Building Council will be holding a Green Building Seminar on September 23rd with the goal of learning from leaders in green building and sustainable urban development, connecting representatives of public and provate institutions working in this area, identifying new policy directions, and to present latest trends in projects and materials. Invited speakers include Minister Beatriz Uribe Botero (Minister of Environment, Housing and Urban Development), Giancarlo Mazzanti, Colin Turnbull, Jose Ignacio Rebledo, Richard Mullane, and Mauricio Facio Lince.  to increase awareness of actions necessary to support the growth of green buiding initiatives across the country. Click here to learn more about the Colombia World Green Building Week event.

Germany: More information will be made available soon.

Israel: More information will be made available soon.

Italy: More information will be made available soon.

Romania: The Romania Green Building Council will be holding a series of events during World Green Building Week:. September 23: RoGBC’s Second Anniversary celebration, followed by a press conference. At the event, RoGBC will be showing a video of business and political leaders discussing the importance of greener buildings, and will also be launching their green stimulus position paper on Romania and the EU. September 25: Participation in “Let’s Do It Romania“, a nationwide cleanup campaign with RoGBC focused on solving the construction waste issue. September 28: “Greening Our Hotels” Conference with industry participants and high level government officials, aimed at finding green solutions for this important industry. September 30: Launch of the RoGBC Transilvania Chapter.

Mexico: MexicoGBC will be holding a series of presentations with business and community leaders in the nation’s 3 largest cities so as to raise awareness of green building’s contribution to climate change mitigation. Pledge to personal and institutional actions will be underscored.

New Zealand:The New Zealand Green Building Council will be hosting an event with invited speakers to highlight the value case for green building.

Russia: The Russian Green Building Council will be celebrating World Green Building Week and holding events from August 24th until September 23rd.  These will include: August 24: A business breakfast on low-rise green buildings (Moscow), September 7: A business breakfast on green building materials and technologies (Moscow), September 9: A panel discussion on ‘Eco-development and energy efficient materials’ (St. Petersburg), September 17: RuGBC will participate in an economic forum “Sochi 2010”, September 23: Gala breakfast with major press conference on green building in Russia

Singapore: The Singapore Green Building Council will be holding the inaugural SGBC Green Building Conference September 13-16.  The event is being held in conjunction with the International World Green Building Congress, which takes place in Singapore September 13-14.  In partnership with REED Exhibitions, the SGBC will also be welcoming the Build Eco Xpo Asia (BEX Asia) 2010 from September 13-15.  This trade event will focus on eco-friendly materials, design and architecture, and is targeted to  green building suppliers, industry practitioners and professionals.

Spain:More information will be made available soon.

South Africa: The Green Building Council of South Africa will be holding its 3rd annual Green Building Convention & Exhibition on September 20-22. Drawing on the growing energy of the African Regional Network, the GBCSA will also be holding an Africa GBC Day on September 23, bringing together developing Green Building Councils from across the African continent.

United Kingdom: The UK Green Building Council will be holding an event at Town Hall event in London, with guests to include the Mayor of London and Diana Urge-Vorsatz of the IPCC.

Source: WorldGBC

See also: Dutch Green Building Council – Dutch Green Building Council:  Nieuw Duurzaamheidslabel – Green Building Monitor by Siemens

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