Greening Hong Kong: the Outlook form The Hong Kong Green Building Council with Eco Expo Asia
The World Green Building Council has implemented a global project to work towards 100% net zero carbon buildings by 2050. And the Hong Kong Green Building Council (HKGBC), a supporting organisation of Eco Expo Asia (EEA), is working towards implementing these goals across Hong Kong by using new technologies and by raising the awareness of the necessity for a sustainable, eco-friendly environment and circular economy.
At this year’s online edition of E of Autumn Sourcing Week | ONLINE from 16-27 November 2020, HKGBC will be joining the Eco Asia Conference to co-organise an exclusive webinar to discuss the topic: Advancing Net Zero. Experts from the HKGBC will deliver a series of presentations and panel discussions addressing areas including the ‘Feasibility of High-rise Low- or Zero-Carbon Buildings’, ‘Climatic Design of High-density Cities’ and ‘Hong Kong – A Model City Advancing High-Density Net Zero?’, among others. The entire programme will be accessible online via webinar format on the Autumn Sourcing Week | ONLINE digital platform.
Ahead of their session at the Eco Asia Conference, the organisers of Eco Expo Asia sat down with Ir Dr Cary Chan, JP, Executive Director of HKGBC, to gain market insights: