Organisation

Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council

Acronym:
ASBEC
Report

Unlocking the pathway: why electrification is the key to net zero buildings

Around one quarter of Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions come from the built environment. This summary report argues that Australia will not achieve its legislated emissions reduction targets unless the built environment decarbonises its building operations.
Discussion paper

Rapid and least cost decarbonisation of building operations: discussion paper

This discussion paper has been released to engage a broad group of stakeholders that will contribute to Australia’s built environment achieving net zero operational emissions.
Report

Building efficiency for jobs and growth

Around the world, there are many examples of governments using energy efficient building programs to support the bounce back from major economic crises.
Policy report

Tomorrow’s homes: a policy framework to transition to sustainable homes for all Australians

This report shows how investing in better design for Australian housing can deliver a double benefit. If implemented now, it can protect jobs and keep money flowing to sustain the economy. In the long term, it can lower energy bills and reduce carbon emissions, thus...
Discussion paper

Reshaping infrastructure for a net zero emissions future

This issues paper illustrates the influence infrastructure assets have on Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions and sets out opportunities to prioritise emissions reductions towards achieving net zero emissions in the planning, designing, building and operation of infrastructure.