• WorldGBC Congress 2015 Hong Kong

    17 August 2015

    We have come to an era where cites and local governments are at the centre of collective actions to address climate issues.  This October, we are excited to announce an impressive speaker line-up of 50 international and regional speakers to join us at the WorldGBC Congress 2015 Hong Kong!


    The two-day conference taking place on 29-30 October 2015 (Thu-Fri) will feature global leaders and experts from the Government of the HKSAR, C40 Cities, State Council of the People’s Republic of China, City of Vancouver, UNEP, EcoDistricts, WBCSD, Climate Bonds Initiative and representatives from the private sector to share latest trends and development in the green building industry in various aspects:

    • Global Challenges on Sustainable Built Environment
    • Climate Change Policy & Practice
    • Green Policy & Market Drivers
    • BIM for Sustainability
    • Sustainable Housing Design
    • Green Building Rating Tools
    • Financial Strategies of Urban Regeneration
    • Healthy Buildings & Wellbeing
    • Transport Oriented Development

    Benefits of Attending

    • Gain market insights and inspiration on future sustainable city development from an international panel of 50 industry leading speakers
    • Select the topics that interest you the most from 12 parallel sessions
    • Network with 500+ international and local green building professionals and stakeholders
    • Earn up to 11-hour Mandatory CPD credits
    • Applause for outstanding green building professionals and projects at the Gala Dinner
    • Explore the city development or natural beauty of Hong Kong from the Green Building Tours or Eco-Tour

    PRC Magazine - The Centenary 100th Issue

    Asia's Most Iconic Buildings 2000 - 2020 were nominated by the readers of PRC Magazine. 100 projects were selected and put to a public vote from 21 Oct to 08 Dec 2019. The Top 25 projects were revealed at the PRC Magazine Centenary 100th Issue Launch Party & Cocktail Event, held on 19 December at The CODE.


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