WorldGBC’s New Ambitious Project to Make All Buildings “Net Zero” by 2050

At the Business and Climate Summit in London, the World Green Buildings Council made an announcement about the launch of its new project that aims to make all buildings “net zero” – which generate renewable energy on-site and produce net zero carbon emissions – by 2050.


CEO of WorldGBC emphasized that to tackle climate change and keep global warming to within 1.5 to 2 degrees we need to advance net zero buildings. She also added: “Getting down to zero won’t be easy. This will be a long and challenging road but together with the dedication and expertise of our Green Building Councils and partners, we can create a thriving market for highly efficient buildings and make net zero the new normal.”


The Lead Partner to WorldGBC will be a non-profit organization Architecture 2030, which, together with other local and international organizations identified by the Green Building Councils, will share technical expertise with participants.


The infographic below shows details about the new project


Source: WorldGBC

by Natalie Myhalnytska


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