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Singapore Green Building Council

21 Sep 2020 to 21 Sep 2020

The first session of this SGBC Webinar Series - held in support of both International Built Environment Week 2020 and World Green Building Week 2020 - will discuss key carbon neutrality definitions and trends affecting the future of the built environment sector. This will include how neutrality is being embedded into buildings from project design to end-of-life, implications for companies today and how carbon neutrality sits within the broader built environment Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) reporting ecosystem in attracting investors.

Singapore Green Building Council

8 Oct 2020 to 15 Oct 2020

Buildings which are designed for people with intelligent lighting systems and interoperable building services are able to enhance comfort, improve occupant productivity as well as promote health and welling.These buildings are able to make sense of environmental parameters and continuously work to make the workday better for occupants. In this SGBC Webinar series supported by Education Partner Helvar, find out how workplaces can be transformed by putting wellbeing at the heart of spatial design.

Singapore Green Building Council

13 Oct 2020 to 13 Oct 2020

Do you know that the Environmental Protection Agency has consistently ranked indoor air pollution as one of the most concerning environmental dangers we all face daily? Ventilation is an important aspect for the design of buildings, embraced to prevent the spread of airborne disease.Indoor air pollutants are detrimental to the buildings' occupants' performance, affects the potential of a buildings' energy efficiency, and has wide reaching implications on business performance as seen by the recent pandemic.In this SGBC Webinar supported by Education Partner Siemens, find out how implementing a pandemic-proof Indoor Air Quality system can assist with business continuity and help achieve cost savings.

Singapore Green Building Council

20 Oct 2020 to 20 Oct 2020

Organisations are increasingly moving towards a more sustainable future while environmental, social and governance materiality are beginning to factor heavily into business operations.Green financing has been gaining momentum here in Singapore since 2018, with the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) setting up a US$2 billion green investments programme (GIP) in November 2019 to invest in public market investment strategies that have a strong green focus. MAS also released in June 2020 a consultation paper on new guidelines to manage environmental risks for financial institutions. These will help to support the Singapore financial centre in promoting environmentally sustainable projects and mitigating climate change risks in Singapore and the region. What impact will green financing have on industries such as building and construction and how can businesses tap on its benefits? In this SGBC Webinar series supported by HSBC, find out more about sustainable financing and how it could help your business unlock growth and value in the future by funding growth, driving innovation and delivering improved margins.

Singapore Green Building Council

22 Oct 2020 to 22 Oct 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to unprecedented challenges for many industries including the built environment. With a challenging global economic outlook ahead, how can sustainability goals continue to be advanced and accelerated towards a low carbon future? In this SGBC Education Spotlight webinar, speakers from SP Group will share more about digital energy technologies and case studies that bring together operational efficiency, energy efficiency and improvement in occupant well-being for commercial buildings, townships and districts. To gain perspectives and insights on how to advance sustainability to the next level in the built environment, this webinar is not to be missed.

Singapore Green Building Council

12 Nov 2020 to 12 Nov 2020

Sweeping global developments on the public health front have given new meaning to the phrase a new normal. While contemporary measures such as remote working and physical dividers serve as stopgap solutions to maintain a semblance of normalcy, true economic recovery can only be possible if we can inch closer to pre-pandemic times.Smart building solutions have been steadily gaining traction over the years, being accelerated in recent times to how technology can be utilised to safeguard human health and wellbeing. With technology helping to ensure the health of a building for its occupants, our built environment can be well-equipped to face the new normal.In this SGBC Webinar supported by SGBC Founding Member Schneider Electric, find out how smart technology can help to shape healthy buildings.

Singapore Green Building Council

10 Feb 2021 to 10 Feb 2021

The built environment is the first line of defence in safeguarding human health and wellbeing. With greener, healthier buildings designed and operated in line with contemporary guidelines and standards, ease of mind can be assured when living, working and playing in the new normal.This February, sign up for 2 webinars themed around built environment health and wellbeing organised by SGBC in collaboration with SGBC Members. Hear from industry experts and built environment sector veterans on how our buildings must adapt to a post-COVID era and glean insights on a greener and healthier future.

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