We may be getting accustomed to built-in obsolescence, but the linear model of ‘take, make and dispose’ no longer stacks up, says Romilly Madew.
Revisions to the Green Star – Multi Unit Residential v1 rating tool represent a “massive move in the right direction,” says Wood & Grieve Engineers’ Sustainability Project Engineer, Cormac Kelly.
“Great cities don't come by accident,” Sydney Lord Mayor, Clover Moore, said at a recent GBCA boardroom luncheon. “They emerge through choices we make and the commitment we bring to ensuring they are sustainable, equitable, inclusive, stimulating and beautiful.”
“Prediction is very difficult, especially if it's about the future,” said Nobel laureate Nils Bohr. But at the GBCA, we’re giving it our best shot.
Building Next generation health care - nowXX Gyprock EC08 is connecting sustainability with health, to create two next generation health care facilities in Australia.
Climate Control News Live 2014, the premier HVAC&R industry conference, is back for 2014. Featuring a top line-up of speakers, case studies and a fiery panel debate, it’s not to be missed.
Everyone should have the opportunity to live, work and play in green buildings. But how do we get there?
World-leadership Green Star buildings connect people and place, leaving a powerful legacy for future generations, says Lend Lease’s Group Head of Sustainability, Geoff Dutaillis.
There is industry appetite for change to Green Star, and the GBCA has responded with sweeping reforms. Now is the time for industry to engage with the GBCA to continue the evolution of Green Star, says NDY’s Chris Nunn.
Everyone should have the opportunity to attend a green school, work in a green office, or live in a green home, says CEO Romilly Madew.