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Articles - Green building council


Luxembourg / Prague, 13 March 2019 – Property investor CPI Property Group has expanded its commitment to corporate social responsibility by becoming a member of the Czech Green Building Council . The membership will strengthen CPI Property Group’s efforts in improving the quality of life experienced in its buildings and beyond.

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GBC Slovenia - 3rd Annual Conference About Level(s) and Building Sustainability

On the 27th of September 2018, more than 120 participants joined the 3rd Annual Conference on building sustainability, organized by the GBC Slovenia, to learn more about Level(s) and the perspective of its implementation in the Slovenian market. The conference was held at ZAG Ljubljana, Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute, an internationally recognized research organization in the field of construction.

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Towards Energy Efficient Mortgages in Europe

Buildings are responsible for 36% of CO2 emissions in Europe and making them more energy efficient is critical in reaching our climate targets. While recent increases in government incentives are part of the solution, the scale of the challenge means that private investment must be mobilised.

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The Greenbuild EuroMed programme is online

The Greenbuild EuroMed International Conference and Expo, organized by Veronafiere and Green Building Council of Italy, is coming to the Veronafiere in Verona Oct. 14-16, 2015.

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Canada ranks #2 for most LEED buildings

Though LEED is not the world’s only green building rating system, it is the most widely used and recognized. Thus it is no small thing that, for the second year in a row, Canada is #2 for LEED building in the World.

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The Merton Rule - Is It The Last Hope For The UK Renewables Sector?

The Merton Rule may be the only mechanism left in place that could be used to help offset the onslaught of backtracking policies currently being rained down on the green building movement by the present UK government. The Merton Rule is so named after the Local Authority that in 2003 adopted the first prescriptive planning policy in the UK that required new commercial buildings over 1,000 square meters to generate at least 10% of their energy needs using on site equipment powered by renewable energy (sun, wind or water).

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GBC Opportunity: Explosion Green Live Online Conference

Explosion Green Live is David Gottfried’s latest invention to bring the vision and details of green building trends, wisdom and transformation opportunities to all GBCs.

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New LEED, WELL partnership supports better health in green design

Today, the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) and the Well Building Institute (IWBI) announced a new partnership that strives to make health and wellness a more fundamental building block of green building design.

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