Leading the transformation of the South African property industry to environmental sustainability.
Net Zero and Net Positive Design
About the full day workshop
This 1 day workshop will cover aspects of reducing a buildings footprint to net zero or net positive. It will look at energy, carbon, water and waste, exploring regenerative design solutions and ways of design thinking.
This full day workshop will look at energy, carbon, water and waste, exploring regenerative design solutions and ways of design thinking. We will engage in a series of facilitated exercises and group discussions during the course of the day.
Who should attend?
Built environment professionals, sustainability practitioners and property developers who are excited about the challenge of pushing the boundaries in their designs and developments.
Prices – Full day Net Zero / Net Positive Face to Face Workshop
Please Note: The GBCSA reserves the right to cancel or postpone an event at their own discretion up to 7 days prior to the event and the GBCSA will not be held liable for any related expenses incurred by registrants for things such as flights, accommodation, meals and transportation. For further details on our terms and conditions, please click here.
Select the date you would like to attend the workshop and add it to your cart. If you are booking for more than 1 attendee you will need to have their contact email at hand. You will be prompted to login to the GBCSA Dashboard on checkout and you will need to create a profile if you do not have one already.
You can choose to pay now or do an EFT later. Once payment has been received each attendee will be notified of workshop venue details via email.
GBCSA leads the way in the journey to net zero buildings
12 October 2017
The first four projects to be certified as Net Zero (pilot) in South Africa are the Vodafone Site Solution Innovation Centre in Midrand, Gauteng; Estuaries Plaza in Century City, Cape Town; and Greenfields Industrial Park in Cape Town and Two Dam Sustainable in Montagu in the Western Cape.