The world’s urban areas will more than double in size by 2030, presenting an opportunity to build greener and healthier cities, according to a new UN study.
With an estimated 50% of people living in urban areas the impact of rapid urbanization is driving global policy makers to prioritize the environment.
As the key drivers for sustainable development continues globally countries in Asia are stepping up their efforts in promoting environmental sustainability. Many governments are aggressively pushing ahead with key initiatives to plan new sustainable cities and infrastructure as urbanization continues and environmental issues remain at the forefront of policy.
Don’t miss this leading Asia event that will highlight the latest initiatives and projects being undertaken in the quest for sustainable development and infrastructure.
- New Format – customize your programme & choose sessions from two tracks covering green building and green city infrastructure
- Latest International Case Studies: Innovative green buildings projects and best practice emerging sustainable cities will be showcased
- Sustainable energy, waste & transport integration as part of green city infrastructure planning
- Latest on BIM and how this is contributing to green design and construction
- Latest on green building standards, ratings tools and eco initiatives
- Panel and group discussion sessions on new initiatives and developments
City of Sydney, Australia
|Ho Tong Yen
Tianjin Eco City, China
Acting Head Environment
Greater London Authority, UK
Singapore Institute of Planners, Singapore
Director of Sustainability
Aedas, Hong Kong
Associate Manager, Planning
Surbana Urban Planning, Singapore
|Constant Van Aerschot
Business Council for Sustainable Development, Singapore
|Robbert Van Nouhuys
ACLA, Hong Kong
|Looi Hip Peu
Green Buildings Council, Malaysia
Green Buildings Council, Vietnam