World Green Building Week
World Green Building Week brings together Green Building Councils from around the world to create a public conversation about the role buildings play in our sustainable future. With dozens of countries taking part, and hundreds of events worldwide, it’s the biggest and best opportunity each year for us to shine the spotlight on our global movement. By working together in the same week all over the world, our message is louder, demonstrates our global diversity and emphasises our collective mission to create sustainable built environments.
WGBW 2015 - Powering Positive Change
This year World Green Building week will run from 21 - 25 September. UK-GBC is therefore inviting members to host events which demonstrate the positive impact that buildings can have, whether on occupants, business, the environment or communities.
This is an opportunity for you to:
- Share your organisation’s best/most successful sustainability achievement
- Tell us about your projects or products that are leading the way in sustainability
- Describe what impact your organisation is having on the built environment
- Share your knowledge, ideas, best practice and success through collaboration
View the calendar of Events
View details and book your place on the World Green Building Week member events planned for 2015View Calendar
Flagship Event - Catalysing Action on Buildings
Our flagship event will look forward to the international climate negotiations in Paris (COP), and the role which the construction and property sector can play in delivering deep carbon cuts and supporting national commitments.Book Now
Call to Action - plan and publicise your event
Download this handy Call to Action with details to help you plan, organise and publicise your 'Powering Positive Change' World Green Building Week events.Download your document
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Become a member
By joining UK-GBC’s network of over 400 organisations, you can demonstrate your commitment to sustainability, educate your staff, help to inform and influence Government policy, and take part in a range of other activities.Join now