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Sustainable development has become a global priority in almost all economies, brought on by increasingly dire weather phenomenon affecting more people than ever before along with a growing emphasis on healthier spaces spurred by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Sustainability and health need not operate on separate tracks, they can be cohesively entwined to produce high performance structures which are both green and healthy. As we spend more than 90 percent of our time within buildings on average, designing for health and wellness is increasingly important. In fact, health and wellbeing guidelines exist in many green building rating tools, such as Green Mark 2021 (GM:2021), the latest version of Singapore’s national green building rating tool. Alongside energy performance, Health & Wellbeing is one of five sustainability outcomes in the GM:2021 standard, allowing green building projects to shape the design, construction, operation and retrofit of buildings that facilitate mental, physical, and social wellbeing of their occupants.

Under the Health & Wellbeing badge, projects that are certified under the WELL Building Standard will receive recognition and some exemption, leveraging the WELL standard’s evidence-based roadmap to assess exemplary performance in building health and wellbeing. Since 2014, WELL has been transforming buildings and organisations in ways that advance health and wellbeing to help people thrive. With the rise in focus on social sustainability as well as health, the WELL standard has been consistently updated to meet industry standards, evolving in its application, scalability and scope.

In issue 15.0 of SG Green, read about the latest updates to the WELL Building Standard, such as on WELL “ratings”, programmes that comprise a subset of WELL features but focused on specific areas or strategies. Some of the building project showcases in this issue are also WELL-certified, providing insight into what actually makes a building WELL. Other articles in this issue will also paint a picture on how the different segments of the built environment are approaching sustainability, utilising innovation and technology to drive their own green journeys.

In this issue:

  • An Introduction to the WELL Building Standard
  • Supporting Workplace Wellbeing through Dyson Technology
  • Phoenix from the Flames
  • Redefining Sustainability in Hospitality
  • Designing Holistic and Healthy Workplaces Powered by Green Technology
  • Putting Sustainability in the Bank
  • Cultivating Green Hearts in the Next Generation
  • Creating the Sustainable Workplace of Choice
  • Refrigerant Recovery for a Greener Built Environment
  • Building from Sustainable Products

Click here to read SG Green Issue 15.0 (Sept. 2022) for free.

About SG Green

First published in 2015, the SG Green magazine is a biannual green building-themed digital publication focused on showcasing green building solutions. Produced and published in-house by the Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC), SG Green focuses on the technical applications of certified green building solutions, sharing best practices, expertise and capabilities in local green building projects. The e-magazine also profiles organisations with an onus on sustainability, featuring their exciting journeys and stories in an insightful format. SG Green is published online in an easy-to-read digital format in the months of March and September each year.

SG Green is prepared by the industry, for the industry, leveraging collective experience to deliver practical content and relevant information to readers in a slick and easy-to-read format. Each issue of SG Green is digitally distributed to thousands of individuals and companies active in the built environment sector locally and worldwide, comprising business owners, property developers, architects, engineers, consultants and sustainability managers.

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