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SGBC is excited to launch the Green Means Go digital campaign to help homeowners and the wider public have a better understanding of green buildings and their benefits to human health as well as to empower homeowners to make decisions to build green into their homes.

In the coming weeks, the campaign will outline the role of green buildings in environmental sustainability, with key green building outcomes captured as the campaign’s main pillars of Go Natural, Go Healthy, Go Smart. With the increasing emphasis on the effects of climate change, green buildings are in a prime position to not just accelerate decarbonisation efforts but also provide healthier, more equitable spaces for everyone, everywhere.

The campaign will feature several key mechanics to raise awareness and drive engagement, beginning with the Greenest Home Town Challenge. Running from October 2021 to January 2022, the Challenge invites homeowners to post photos of their own green home efforts onto a map of Singapore – the more entries in a town, the greener it will be on the map. Entries can be as simple as posting photos of house plants or as extensive as showcasing a full-fledged smart home management system. Homeowners with the most-liked photos stand to win prizes such as shopping vouchers and home appliances, and Singapore’s Greenest Home Town will be unveiled in January 2022.

Visit the campaign microsite to find out more: https://greenbuildings.sg/

The campaign is supported by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and the Housing & Development Board (HDB), in line with the Singapore Green Building Masterplan and the Singapore Green Plan 2030. Green Means Go is also supported by the following SGBC Members:

  1. Big Ass Fans
  2. CapitaLand Development
  3. DBS Bank
  4. DOW Pacific Singapore Pte Ltd
  5. Frasers Property Limited
  6. Geberit North & South East Asia
  7. Greenlam Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
  8. Keppel Land Limited
  9. Lutron