For over 20 years, Green Building Council of Australia's purpose has been to lead the sustainable transformation of the built environment. As we look ahead, our 2022-2025 strategy shares the areas we'll focus on to address the global risks that climate change presents.
We focus our work through four key pillars which support our vision of healthy, resilient and positive places:
We rate the sustainability of buildings, fitouts and communities through Australia's largest national, voluntary, holistic rating system - Green Star.
We educate industry, government practitioners and decision-makers, and promote green building programs, technologies, design practices and operations.
We advocate policies and programs that support our vision and purpose.
Our members are key enablers in supporting us to achieve our strategic objectives. We represent more than 600 members, comprising over 400 small-to-medium enterprises and over 30 companies listed in the ASX200.
Our five priority focus areas to address the global risks presented by climate change are:
Working with governments to embed Green Star into social infrastructure and for local governments to mandate Green Star.
Embedding Green Star Homes into the market and working with industry, builders, banks, insurers and governments to lift the standard of homes.
Advocating for all buildings to be aligned with our Climate Positive Roadmap: new buildings net zero by 2030 and exiting buildings well before 2050.
Delivering healthy, zero carbon, low impact materials ready for a circular economy through Green Star and our Responsible Products Framework and product directory.
Continuing to deliver and embed the updated Green Star tools through Future Focus.