3rd draft (V3). The report addresses the lack of data on carbon emissions associated with construction and operation of the Irish built environment.
This report aims to set out an initial vision for the roadmap for the decarbonisation of the building and
construction sector in Ireland.
The report addresses the lack of data on carbon emissions associated with construction and operation of the Irish built environment.
This report includes recommendations on availability, quality and use of construction product LCA data for Ireland.
This report maps synergies between local and national level policy objectives (namely LTRS and SECAPS), and provides suggestions on how to create strong renovation policy in the buildings sector.
Presentations delivered at the Re-Source 2018 conference.
ARUP’s infographic on Building Regulation Part L 2017 – NZEB. Please click here to access a the document.
A short summary of the first workshop organised as part of the “Environmental Certification for Construction Professionals” project.
Click here to read IGBC submission to the Citizens’ Assembly Consultation
IGBC's Submission - Ireland's National Planning Framework - March 2017
Low carbon, resource efficient and environmentally sensitive buildings can enhance the health, wellbeing and productivity of building users
IGBC attended a workshop on Vancouver’s Greenest City plans in June 2015. Presenations set out the targets and achievements of the plan so far including citizen engagement process.
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...
We asked attendees at the Better than Best practice conference to define what quality in building means.
Kevin Hydes former chair of the US green Building Council Integral Group presents on the drivers that are revolutionising the building industry.
James Drinkwater Policy advisor to the European regional network of the World Green Building sets out some of the key actions of the network and the drivers at a European level for Green Building
Piet Eichholz of the University of Maastrict discusses the research into financial performance of Green buildings, and the net benefit of building green and how companies with green portfolios have lower risk. He discusses how pension funds can now assess the risk of these portfolios and the use of Green bonds.
We have submitted our thoughts on the Green paper on Energy In Ireland to Government.