Organisers



Organisers


Organisers


Organisers


Hong Kong Report on the State of Sustainable Built Environment 2017

The Hong Kong Report on the State of Sustainable Built Environment 2017 (HK Report) will be published during WSBE17 Hong Kong. Published every three years, the HK Report aims to provide an overview of the current state of Hong Kong’s built environment, showing how the Government, the industry, the academic sector and the community work together to respond to the call for sustainability and shape a greener Hong Kong. You may refer to the 2014 report here:

https://www.hkgbc.org.hk/ebook/HKGBC_HongKongReport_2014/index.html

 

Tentative Table of Contents of Hong Kong Report 2017

 
1.
Messages from Government Officials and Organisers
2.
Introduction & Background
• Introduction of the current situation and background of Hong Kong green building development
• Elaboration on the theme “Transforming Our Built Environment through Innovation and Integration: Putting Ideas into Action”
3.
Government Policies
• Key government policies which are related to sustainable built environment and building control measures in HK
4.
Key Drivers in Hong Kong’s Green Building Development
• Roles and initiatives of key drivers in green building development in Hong Kong 
5.
Market Response
• How the companies and practitioners responded to the green building trend
6.
Community Engagement
• Community engagement projects/ programmes/ initiatives to boost public awareness of sustainability
7.
Public / Industry Projects
• Showcase of local top-notch sustainable building projects by both public and private sectors
8.
Researches (academic and industry)
• Showcase of completed or on-going researches about the adoption and trends of the latest technologies of sustainable buildings
9.
Conclusion
10.
Acknowledgements

 



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