Organisation

Green Building Council of Australia

Acronym:
GBCA
Position paper

Green Star in focus: the case for sustainable industrial buildings

Industrial buildings, such as warehouses and cold-store facilities, play a key logistical role in the smooth running of national and regional economies. It’s vital that these assets are future-proofed for the impacts of a changing climate and a low carbon economy.
Report

Every building counts: a practical plan for emissions reduction in the built environment

This document provides a set of recommendations for how Australia can reduce emissions in the built environment. It covers residential, commercial and public buildings that are ready for implementation by the federal government.
Guide

Maximising your investment: using rating tools to attract sustainable finance for real estate

Sustainable finance has been an area of interest to the National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS) for some time. NABERS have been closely monitoring green bond issuances in the property sector and are encouraged by the uptake of sustainable finance solutions many customers are...
Discussion paper

Green Star for New Buildings – consultation paper

The Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) releases this Green Star for New Buildings consultation paper. Since it first launched to market in 2003, Green Star has been a transformational force for the sustainable built environment. More than 2,250 projects across Australia have now been...
Discussion paper

A carbon positive roadmap for the built environment

Discussion paper and roadmap Stage 1 for commercial, institutional, and government buildings and fitouts