Early March 2020, GBPN together with its local partners decided to establish a policy advisory working group called HIDUP (meaning ‘Live’ in Bahasa Indonesia) which is a multi-lateral working group, composed of building experts from both public and private entities.
“Adopting Decarbonization Policies in the Buildings and Construction Sector” provides a review of the evidence of the impact of implementing cost-effective policy measures to reduce the carbon footprint of the buildings and construction sector.
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.
Decarbonising the buildings and construction sector is critical to achieve the Paris Agreement commitment and the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Developments Goals (SDGs): responsible for almost 40% of energy- and process-related emissions, takin