Our vision is for all homes and buildings in Aotearoa to be green and sustainable, making healthier, happier New Zealanders. For that to happen we need leadership and action to change how we design and build our homes, buildings and communities.
Representing over 600 organisations and companies who believe in a better built Aotearoa, we advocate for regulatory and industry-wide change, provide independent and trusted certification, and support New Zealand on its path to a low carbon future.
Join us for this educational webinar outlining how to get on board with the much needed and popular changes to the H1 insulation improvements, and help play a part in delivering warm, less polluting homes for Kiwi families.
In collaboration with members, stakeholders and experts, we are making Green Star even better. In April we went live with the latest version of Green Star with a greater focus on embodied carbon and helping the journey to a greener, healthier Aotearoa.Read more
We are thrilled to announce the six shortlisted applicants for this year's Future Thinker of the Year. There was a brilliant pool of applicants this year with some incredible passion on display, and mahi being done out there in our universities, institutions and workplaces.Find out more
The transformation of the winery’s original cellar building from an underutilised mixed-use space to a small winemaking facility and visitor area has been awarded a 5 Green Star Design review rating for it's sustainable approach.Read more
With the climate change minister James Shaw set to announce the government's Emissions Reduction Plan this month, we must include an ambitious retrofit plan for thousands of homes.
A seismic upgrade has transformed this 1980s Wellington office block into an efficient, more sustainable showpiece
April kicks off the start of a major shift in government building. From the start of the month all new non-residential government buildings above $25 million must be built to 5 Green Star or above.
Sharing the aroha: World-leading apartment block creates sustainable, community living