Implementing Zero-Emissions Policy Reforms in South East Asia’s Buildings Sector
Presented by GBPN in collaboration with Monash University Australia, and MASKEEI, Indonesia
GBPN led a panel event at the COP26 Building Pavillion on November 4. The event featured building policy experts, who discusssed HOW TO develop and implement policy reform plans from the ‘Top-Down’ and From the ‘Bottom Up’ that help countries achieve their NDC and zero-emissions targets.
To halve building sector emissions by 2030, and achieve the transition to zero-emissions buildings we must empower the people who need to take action, and not just focus on the policy actions that are required.
GBPN’s experience of stakeholder driven Top-Down’ approaches implemented in National Buildings NDC Roadmap development in Viet Nam and Cambodia, and in ‘Bottom-Up’ policy-development on the ground in Indonesia showed how engaging people in planning programs of policy reform is essential. The session finished with a short excerpt from the Healthy Buildings – Healthy Lives Video exhibition that is running online on the COP 26 Hub.
The event demonstrated that to halve building sector emissions by 2030 and achieve the transition to
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