With buildings and construction accounting for about 40 percent of all carbon emissions, making the two sectors more sustainable is key to limiting climate change. By using digital tools to design buildings that maximise natural sunlight and ventilation, incorporating recycled and green materials, installing smart building management systems, and more, cities can achieve net zero-carbon buildings, a key step to net zero cities.
Act on Climate (by Singapore Green Building Council)
Race to Zero: Steps to Achieving Net-Zero Carbon Buildings
Leveraging on IOT-Enabled EC Fans for Better Indoor Air Quality Management
By ebm-papst SEA
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted people’s lifestyle, the global economy and the environment on an unprecedented level. People are now spending 80-90% of their time in confined indoor spaces, staying indoors for longer period of time and working more from home.
Of Machu Picchu, Inconvenient Truths and the future of sustainable Built Environments
An interview with Ar. Tai Lee Siang
We catch up with Ar. Tai Lee Siang to hear his views on the sustainability movement and how IBEC hopes to provide “Building KITs” to delegates.