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 2016 - Change your Perspective
Each year, WorldGBC sets a theme for the week – with this year’s theme being “Change your Perspective”.
At COP21 in Paris last year, WorldGBC positioned green building as a solution to global warming through the Better Build Green campaign. The message was simple: not only had we better build green if we are to reach a two-degree world tomorrow, but we are better off today if we do. The theme for 2016 is ‘Change Your Perspective’, an evolution of Better Build Green.
There are so many interesting and often untold facts and figures that can genuinely change how people think about buildings, and specifically green building. We need them to understand the impact and benefits that green building can have on global emissions, energy, water, health and wellbeing, the economy and beyond.It’s time to change their perspective.
How to get involved
World Green Building Week provides you with the perfect opportunity to highlight your commitment to sustainability and focus on this year’s theme.
Activities could include:
- Panel discussions and debates
- Tours of your green building(s)
- Networking events
- Product, report or campaign launches
- Online & social media activities
- Publicity & media coverage
Register your event here, by Friday 2 September so we can add it to the UK-GBC events calendar and promote your event via social media.
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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