Thank you for being a part of World Green Building Week 2018.
You were one of the hundreds of Kiwis who joined us as we held over a dozen events across Aotearoa.
Between you all, you asked questions at a panel discussion, sent in pictures for a photo competition, learnt about some of New Zealand’s greenest homes at our webinars, munched popcorn at a movie night, met us at a bunch of University campuses, met each other over drinks, celebrated a decade of Green Star superstars and heard around 20 leaders and experts deliver though-provoking presentations. Phew!
It was great to see so many New Zealanders gather throughout the week to forge friendships and alliances, and to feel the growing momentum behind Kiwis like you and me who want better homes and buildings. You can see a load of World Green Building Week pictures on our Facebook page.
Many of you I chatted with asked if we could make the week’s presentations available online. Absolutely we can. You can find them right here.
World Green Building Week wouldn’t have been possible without people like you so, again, thank you. And it wouldn’t have been possible without our great sponsors either. A massive thank you to Kingspan, Bayleys, Resene, GIB and Panuku Development Auckland.
Eion Scott - Development Manager Residential Projects, New Zealand Green Building Council
Eion Scott will discuss the substandard state of existing homes in New Zealand, and outline some possible approaches to make our homes better.
Go Eco - Waikato Environment Centre - Go Eco is a charity that promotes care for the environment and people, and aims to offer services that are accessible.
Ian Mayes - Hamilton City Council
Ian Mayes will give an overview at local level how he visits Hamiltonians to give them advice on how to make their home dryer, warmer and more energy efficient. As a local expert on building performance Ian Mayes has been providing valuable advice during in-home consultations for the past 11 years
Many thanks to our Venue Sponsors, Series Sponsors & Forum Partner