Paris, 23rdJune 2019 - Dr. Peter M. Graham - Executive Director
With generous support from the Aspen Global Change Institute and the CRUX initiative, the Global Building Performance Network’s (GBPN) has sharpened its focus and expanded its leadership. We believe that the greatest impact our network can make is to ensure that building codes and policies across India and South East Asia are; 1) fit for purpose, 2) based on lessons learnt in other markets, and 3) that governments have the skills and capacity to implement them.
Our new ‘Policy Strategy for Decarbonizing the Buildings Sector’ aims to directly support work on residential energy codes in Indonesia and India, develop capability of policy makers across SE Asia to implement them, and enhance our global knowledge exchange and policy insight services though our on-line hub www.gbpn.org.
Our new leadership team brings extensive global experience in driving the building sector towards a low carbon and sustainable future. With William (Bill) Sisson as Chair, Mill Majumdar, Dr Lee Siew Eang, and Jane Henley join forces to re-ignite GBPN’s mission.
The GBPN model is to stay lean, and develop and deploy resources through its network of experts who provide experience and best practice knowledge to governments. Enabling them to meet their own goals of improving the performance of their rapidly expanding urban environments.
Meet our new Board Members!