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Green Building Conference 2010

Moving towards a more sustainable and low-carbon built environment in Hong Kong is something that can only be achieved with the commitment and action from all stakeholders in the property and construction sector.

On this note, the HKGBC and PGBC co-organised the Green Building Conference 2010, in collaboration with the Green Building Award 2010, to prepare the industry for this challenge. Local and overseas experts and practitioners will share the challenges that they have been through in their quest for a sustainable built environment.

The Conference will take us through the state-of-the-art design for a sustainable built environment for new buildings and the business case for building sustainability. Key emphasis will also be focused on the adaptive reuse, rejuvenation, revitalisation, and retrofit of our existing buildings, which together consume almost 90% of electricity use in Hong Kong.

You will also learn more about the research efforts and the forces that are transforming our market towards building sustainability and the business case for such a meaningful movement.

We are priviledged to have Mrs Carrie Lam, Secretary for Development, Development Bureau, HKSAR Government, and Mr Edward Yau, Secretary for the Environment, Environment Bureau, HKSAR Government, to be our Keynote Speakers.

We have also invited key speakers from International and Regional Organisations including:

  • Hong Kong Green Building Council
  • Shenzhen Green Building Association
  • Canada Green Building Council
  • Singapore Green Building Council
  • Taiwan Green Building Council
  • Green Building Awards 2010 Winning Teams in the categories of Research & Planning, New Building, Existing Building, Adaptive Reuse, Interiors and Asia Pacific
Six CPD hours will be accredited to Green Building Conference 2010 attendees.

HKGBC members are entitled to a discounted fee of HK$300/person, while non-members registration fee is HK$500/ person.

Please click for the programme rundown and registration form to Green Building Conference 2010. For details, please visit