• Our Vision

    We have a short window of opportunity to cut COemissions from building energy use. We are working to achieve a world in which buildings are a solution to climate change and a source of societal well-being.

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  • Policy Tools

    Compare the world’s best practice policies for new buildings and for renovation. Explore GBPN Policy Tools and review current best practices using criteria developed with world's leading experts in the field.

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  • The Buildings Sector

    The buildings sector contributes nearly 40% to global energy-related annual GHG emissions (IEA/UNEP, 2018). Final energy demand from buildings is predicted to increase 50% by 2050 compared with 2015.

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  • India

    A scenario analysis that documents the enormous energy saving potentials that can be achieved in India by 2050 in the residential sector with direct policy action (September 2014). 

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  • Our aim

    Our aim is to provide in each region tailored expertise, knowledge and analysis to decision-makers and key stakeholders, while also monitoring the evolution and impact of regional policy processes. 

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Databases & Tools

 

  • Building Code Implementation Portal

    Building code implementation portal
  • Policy Evidence Base

    How-To Hub for Sustainable Building Policy

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Pitch to Policy India Competition: GBPN announces 3 Exciting Innovations

02-2021 | India

At the first national Pitch to Policy (P>P) Competition in India, organized by the Global Building Performance Network (GBPN) in partnership with Monash University, and with the support of ps Collective, three winning teams were selected by a national expert jury on January 31, 2021. The purpose of the competition was to identify new technical solutions that can accelerate the application of the Energy Conservation Code for Residential Buildings (EcoNiwasSamhita) in India. A national Pitch to Policy competition was also organized by GBPN in Indonesia in 2020.

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Net Zero Healthy School Guidelines for Indonesia

02-2021 | South-East Asia

GBPN's local partner, Green Buildings Council Indonesia (GBC Indonesia) has developed Net Zero Healthy School (NZH) Guidelines for Indonesia that were submitted to DKI Jakarta Education Agency on 12 January.

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Webinar "Is the private sector a key driver of the building sector decarbonization?"

12-2020 | Policy Planning Indonesia

The built environment is responsible for nearly 40% of the global energy and process-related CO2 emissions and is at the cornerstone of the fight against climate change.

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Report “Facilitating Eco-Niwas Samhita Implementation in Affordable Housing”

10-2020 | India

The report offers insights to facilitate the adoption of Eco-Niwas Samhita for enhancing thermal comfort and energy efficiency in affordable housing projects in Ahmedabad. 

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People create change - thanks for being a part of it

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23-12-2020 | Peter Graham |
Categories: Governance

As we come to the end of this extraordinary year, I want to thank everyone in the Network for their incredible work and commitment.

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Launch of Pitch to Policy competition in India

12-2020 | India

Global Buildings Performance Network (GBPN) in partnership with Monash University and together with PS Collective is launching a competitive learning programme, Pitch to Policy (P>P). The aim of P>P competition is to improve the sustainability of Indian housing, with a focus on implementation of Energy Conservation Building Code for Residential Buildings.

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Webinar and Report Launch: Facilitating Eco-Niwas Samhita Implementation in Affordable Housing

10-2020 | India

In collaboration with the Global Buildings Performance Network (GBPN), AEEE is organising a webinar on Facilitating Eco-Niwas Samhita Implementation in Affordable Housing in India and would like to invite you to join us on 28th October 2020 at 4:00-6:00 PM IST. 

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Launch of “Pitch to Policy” competition in Indonesia

08-2020 | Global

Global Buildings Performance Network (GBPN) in partnership with Monash University and together with IAI, Institute of Architects of West Java is launching a competitive learning programme, Pitch to Policy (P>P). The aim of P>P competition is to improve the sustainability of Indonesian housing, with a focus on solutions for healthy, near zero apartments.  

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