Four WGBC’s infographics that illustrate the fundamentals of our air quality in the built environment.
Presentations delivered at the Re-Source 2018 conference.
Towards a circular economy in Construction – Assessing low carbon, healthy, responsible products for the construction sector
Ventilation Presentation_FourWalls_Green Building Network_March 18
The Irish Green Building Council teamed up with the Society of Chartered Surveyors and Reddy Charlton Solicitors to organise a one hour CPD on green leases. A green lease is a standard commercial lease adapted to include additional clauses about how a building is to be occupied, operated or managed in a sustainable way. Learn […]
Office buildings are key to worker’s health, wellbeing and productivity Staffing costs account for up to 90% of business budgets, and increasingly more business leaders are looking for office environments that contribute to healthier, more efficient staff. Understanding the link between offices’ design and the […]
2016 WGBC releases new report on Health Wellbeing and Productivity in office buildings.
This document presents a list of recommendations flowing from four workshops on large scale deep renovation organised by the IGBC, in conjunction with the Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment in April – June 2016. A copy of the workshop reports can be downloaded at www.buildupon.eu/ireland.
Low carbon, resource efficient and environmentally sensitive buildings can enhance the health, wellbeing and productivity of building users
Green Room Conference – Miles Keeping The Irish Green Building Council has put together a top line up of national and international speakers with inspiring case studies for this year’s conference. The conference was opened by Minister for Communications Energy and Natural Resources Alex White who updated us on the latest Government initiatives and launched…...
Chris Rogers of Point 32 presents a case study of the Bullitt Centre in Seattle and how it realised The Living Building Challenge, the world's most rigorous construction standard.
The Next Chapter for Green Building, presents overwhelming evidence that office design significantly impacts the health, wellbeing and productivity of staff.
We have submitted our thoughts on the Green paper on Energy In Ireland to Government.
IGBC made a submission on the Government scoping document for the Low Carbon roadmap for the Built Environment. This scoping document is one of four roadmaps been prepared to inform the Climate Change act. These include roadmaps for the Transport, electricity generation and agricultural sector in addition to the built environment.