By Mrinmoy Bhattacharjee About 60% of India’s population is tipped to reside in urban areas by 2030. The country will have to build between 70 crore and 90 crore square meters of residential and commercial space a year until 2030 to put up with the population. This has led the government to launch three flagships
Armed with the theme ‘Approach to Integrated Sustainability,’ the 11th GRIHA Summit will cater to current issues of sustainability and showcase best practices adopted worldwide. The conference and exhibition will be held during 17-18 December at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi. GRIHA Council, in association with the UNSW, Australia is hosting the event. GRIHA
The GRIHA Council, an independent not-for-profit society set up jointly by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (MNRE), is presenting a business case for green buildings through advocacy and partnerships, and the underlying principle of ‘what gets measured gets managed’ By Sanjay Seth India’s green footprint as of
“GRIHA takes into consideration various parameters such as orientation, site planning, reuse of water for consumption, use of recycled material, solid waste management, and occupant comfort and well-being, among others, to evaluate the greenness and resource efficiency of the building.” It’s easy to claim to have constructed a green building, but the larger question is
“The Summit will be an excellent venue for not only understanding the market opportunity for green buildings but also developing strategies and forging alliances,” says Sanjay Seth, CEO, GRIHA Council. The 10th edition of GRIHA Summit, scheduled to begin from December 11 to 13 in New Delhi, will focus on ‘Fostering Partnership for Sustainable Habitat’.
Every stakeholder derives benefits from GRIHA’s green building strategies By Ar Namrata Amarjeet Mahal Construction activities inevitably bring disruption in the immediate environment, at a speed that is likely to surge exponentially in the coming years. Research studies have long established this insurmountable challenge, with data. One such study says, around half of all non-renewable