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UK Green Building Council (UK-GBC)

The UK Green Building Council is campaigning for a sustainable built environment. As a charity and membership organisation, we facilitate dialogue between industry and Government to promote greener approaches in the construction sector.

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Demystifying Green Infrastructure

Guidance and industry reports

This report seeks to consolidate existing information on Green Infrastructure (GI) for those working in the built environment, providing a simple, accessible guide. Read more…

Green Deal Finance - UK-GBC Task Group Report

Guidance and industry reports

In October 2013, UK-GBC convened a Task Group to examine the issue of Green Deal finance. The first aim was to review the available evidence and... Read more…

Pinpointing - GRI Construction and Real Estate Sector Supplement

Guidance and industry reports

In November 2013 we held a week-long online discussion between UK-GBC members and GRI about the Global Reporting Initiative Construction Real Estate Sector Supplement. Read more…

NB: This resource is hosted on a subscription-based website.

Green Building Series

Training courses

The third cycle of the UK-GBC Green Building Series is here. The series begins in October this year and consists of 6 courses dedicated to providing practioners with a comprehensive understanding of how to embed sustainability across the projects and the whole supply chain. Read more…

Masterclass How-To guide: How to use a social sustainability framework

Guidance and industry reports

For this ‘How To’ Masterclass, the UK-GBC has partnered with the Berkeley Group to provide you with a short guidance note on how use a social sustainability framework. Read more…

Sustainable supply chain management

Blogs & Opinion

A blog from Dale Turner, Director of Procurement and Supply Chain at Skanska on the case for sustainable supply chain management, and why do we do it. Read more…

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