06 Oct 2022
HKGBC Session – Rethinking Built Spaces at ReThink HK 2022
Hong Kong Green Building Council (HKGBC) is pleased to support ReThink HK 2022 (5-6 October 2022) as a Content Partner again by hosting a HKGBC Session “Rethinking Built Spaces” under the theme of “Rethinking Our Built Environment Towards Net Zero Carbon” on 6 October 2022 at the HKCEC.
The session is designed to highlight the vision and experiences behind exemplar cases and award-winning projects, covering commercial spaces; neighbourhoods and residential spaces; as well as campuses and public buildings, with a view to expediting the net-zero transition and a climate-resilient future for Hong Kong.
Come and join us to build a sustainable future! Please click here for registration.
|Event Name:||HKGBC Session – Rethinking Built Spaces at ReThink HK 2022|
Hong Kong Green Building Council
|Date:||06 Oct 2022|
|Time:||10:00am – 1:20pm (Session A: 10:10am - 11:20am | Session B: 11:20am – 12:20pm | Session C : 12:20pm – 1:20pm)|
Sustainable Resources Theatre, ReThink HK 2022
|Contact Person:||Ms Sonia LEE|
Session A - Towards Net Zero Carbon: The Future of Commercial Spaces
This session will examine how commercial built spaces contribute to achieving carbon neutrality in Hong Kong by 2050. Covering the entire building life cycle – from award-winning sustainable designs and the latest developments in green construction materials, to the transformation, retrofitting and operation of existing building portfolios – exemplar cases will showcase holistic tactics for building towards net zero.
Session B - Towards Net Zero Carbon: The Future of Neighbourhoods and Residential Spaces
Green Building is a major decarbonisation strategy of Hong Kong’s Climate Action Plan 2050. This session will feature success cases to demonstrate how master planning, smart design and construction of neighbourhoods and residential spaces help escalate Hong Kong’s sustainability to the next level.
Session C - Towards Net-Zero Carbon: Sustainable Campuses and Public Buildings
As buildings in Hong Kong begin to leverage resources in addressing climate change, the importance of low-carbon, sustainable campuses and public facilities for occupants' health and community development have never been more prominent.