SGBC puts together a number of sustainability and built environment oriented short courses designed to help the industry build capability, enhance capacity and strengthen operational processes.

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ACTIVE TENDER NOTICES

 

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Submission Deadline

15 September 2020

Expression of Interest (EOI)

SGBC is seeking the services of a Consultant conversant with environmental certifications of products, sustainability trends and sustainable supply chains. The Consultant will be required to study and develop a comprehensive enhancement plan for the Singapore Green Building Product (SGBP) certification scheme.

 

Download the Tender Document here.

25 September 2020

5.00PM

SGBC Webinar

 

Digitalisation is here to stay, with many aspects of everyday life going fully digital. With the advent of increasing sophisticated mobile technology, the way we disseminate and receive information has also undergone a paradigm shift. The changing business landscape has also made the creation and sharing of digital content mission-critical, especially in the building and construction industry where digitalisation is a key pillar of industry transformation.

SGBC successfully converted the traditionally in-person annual JTC-SGBC Joint Seminar into a live webinar on 3 April 2020, attracting more than 160 participants from across the building and construction industry. More webinar sessions are planned throughout the year to help the built environment advance, educate and share key knowledge even in these challenging times.

SGBC Webinars aim to deliver relevant and current industry content through the digital format. These online events are ideal for professional development and personal learning, helping industry practitioners and Singapore’s Green Mark Accredited Professionals (GMAPs) to keep abreast of industry trends and developments.

Since April 2020, SGBC has organised the following webinars in collaboration with SGBC Members:

  • JTC-SGBC Joint Webinar 2020: Integrating Renewable Energy Generation
  • SGBC Webinar Series Session #1: How Good is Good Enough - Assessing Lighting Metrics 
  • SGBC Webinar Series Session #2: Lighting for Productivity - Lighting Control Strategies
  • SGBC Webinar Series Session #3: Bringing the Sunshine In - Automating Daylighting Systems
  • SGBC Webinar: Preparing for the New Business As Usual
  • SGBC Webinar Series: Balancing the Net Zero Equation Session #1 - Understanding Net Zero
  • SGBC Webinar Series: Balancing the Net Zero Equation Session #2 - Developing Net Zero
  • SGBC Webinar Series: Balancing the Net Zero Equation Session #3 - Formulating Net Zero
  • SGBC Webinar: Take Action to Reduce Emissions - A SGBC Roundtable Discussion
  • SGBC Webinar Series: Safeguarding Public Health through the Workplace Session #1 - Enhancing Workplace Health
  • SGBC Webinar Series: Safeguarding Public Health through the Workplace Session #2 - How Clean is Clean?
  • SGBC Webinar Series: Safeguarding Public Health through the Workplace Session #3 - Creating Greener, Cleaner & Healthier Places & Spaces
  • SGBC Webinar Series: Accelerating Built Environment Transformation Session #1 - How Carbon Neutrality will Transform the Built Environment
  • SGBC Webinar Series: Accelerating Built Environment Transformation Session #2 - What are EPDs?
  • SGBC Webinar: Act On Climate - Advancing Net Zero in the Built Environment
  • SGBC Webinar Series: Putting Wellbeing at the Heart of Spatial Design Session #1 - Interoperable Building Services for Wellbeing
  • SGBC Webinar Series: Putting Wellbeing at the Heart of Spatial Design Session #2 - The Power of Data
  • SGBC Webinar: Increasing your IQ in IAQ
  • SGBC Webinar Series: Unlocking Green Finance
  • SGBC Webinar: Powering Sustainability with EnergyTech For A Low Carbon Future
  • SGBC Webinar Series: Entwining Smart & Healthy Buildings

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SGBC Webinars cover a range of topics and subject matter in green building, such as lighting, indoor air quality, and green financing. increasingly gaining traction and popularity. Interaction tools used during the webinars also allow participants to interact with speakers to a greater degree, creating a more productive and fruitful session for everyone. SGBC Webinars are also a prime opportunity for companies to create brand awareness and be positioned as sustainability advocates and subject matter experts.

SGBC Webinars typically attract 80-150 participants from across the building and construction industry each session, covering almost every segment of the green building value chain.

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Connect with the SGBC Events team at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you are keen to collaborate with us to deliver webinars!

Check out the SGBC Events Calendar to stay up to date on SGBC Webinars and other activites.

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Did you know that buildings account for over 20% of emissions in Singapore?

Our buildings are an important part of Singapore’s climate change mitigation strategy and can directly contribute to more efficient energy use. This is why it is important for the built environment to be designed, constructed and operated as green and sustainably as possible.

On 31 March 2020, Singapore submitted our Long-Term Low Emissions Development Strategy (LEDS) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, building on existing aspirations to halve our emissions from its peak to 33MtCO2e by 2050, with a view to achieving net zero emissions as soon as viable in the second half of the century. Having greener, more efficient buildings will help Singapore achieve its climate ambitions. This also ties in with Singapore’s Inter-Ministerial Committee on Sustainable Development’s (IMCSD) target of having at least 80% of the buildings’ gross floor area (GFA) in Singapore to be green by 2030. As of March 2020, Singapore has greened more than 40% (~12 million square metres) of the built environment.

We Want to Hear from You!

We want to do more to further green our buildings and mitigate emissions. The Building and Construction Authority and the Singapore Green Building Council would like to invite you to co-create the Singapore Green Building Masterplan, as we push the boundaries for the next phase of Singapore’s green building journey. From public suggestions through various engagement platforms and channels, 5 potential taglines for the SGBMP have been shortlisted.

Click here to vote for your favourite tagline! View the live results here!


For more information on Singapore’s Long-Term Low Emissions Development Strategy and Green Buildings, please visit:

Details of the event will be made available soon.