In 2020 and beyond the Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA) is looking to increase its remarkable 13-year impact in South Africa.
The Green Building Council of South Africa (GBCSA) is looking for an innovative Head of Education and Training to reignite its education and training offering. Education is one of the GBCSA’s core offerings in its mission to accelerate the property industry towards sustainability.
The Green Building Council of South Africa (GBCSA) is looking for a Business Development / Key Accounts Specialist to play a significant role in enabling growth in respect of all the products of the organisation.
Green home owners are able to save money on utilities and be more competitive when selling. Banks are starting to recognise this reduction in risk by offering green home loans.
What decision-making filters do green finance providers use when deciding where to invest? In this post the Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA) will unpack seven points taken from research by the Global Sustainable Investment Alliance.
Your power stays on when the neighbourhood’s lights go out. Your showers are hot when those next door are not. You’ve invested wisely in turning your home green, so now the question remains: How do you insure your investment?
The ‘Green Home Rating System for existing buildings’ will look to shift South Africa’s homes to align with the UN SDG’s and the South African National Development Plan (NDP), by creating a common language on sustainability in homes.
The Green Building Council of South Africa (GBCSA) is looking for a new head of Marketing, Communications & Membership to drive our marketing and communications function, to help us in our mission of accelerating the property industry towards sustainability.
As a member centred organisation, our members remain our most important asset and we would like to communicate the organisational decisions made related to the spread of the Coronavirus.
While the 13th Annual Green Building Convention will go ahead as planned from 28 September – 2 October 2020 in Cape Town, Green Building Council South Africa is closely monitoring developments around the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.