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Venue:
School of Planning and Architecture
4-Block-B, Indraprastha Estate, New Delhi 110 002

Date:
Friday, December 06, 2013
Timings:  9:00 AM – 5.30 PM

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With the participation of the Centre on Human Settlements and Climate Change (SPA) we ensure that parameters for crating sustainable habitat are actually understood by architects and planners alike and curricula aligned with the Ministry’s mandate for the 12th Five Year Plan.  School of Planning and Architecture (SPA) has been in the forefront of planning domain and has the unviable reputation as India’s leading planning institute.  Read More

Our associate event partners - Carbon Fixers undertake capacity building programs on energy efficiency and outreach activities in renewable energy resource – lowering greenhouse gas/carbon emissions which will serve as a strategic blueprint for your organization’s commitment towards environmental, social and economic sustainability.

E
xpected outcomes

  1. Enhanced understanding for participants re MNRE’s new scheme on Solar/Green Buildings for sustainable habitat among stakeholders;
  2. Understanding of ECBC; NBC; GRIHA; LEED etc. and how rating systems work in India – some international best practices;
  3. Widespread learning and outreach; Strategy for promotion of energy efficient Green Settlements;
  4. Identifying institutional role for centre and state governments – different planning and architecture bodies; Industry; real estate sector etc.

Recommendations and Roadmap for wider penetration of Sustainable Habitat.

Why you should attend:

1. Discussions on Parameters for mainstreaming environmental planning 
    considerations with integration of renewable energy for sustainable green
    habitat.
2. Speakers and Participants from State Nodal Agencies / Municipal Corpora
    tions / Govt. Bodies / Reputed NGOs, technical institutions, professional 
    consultants, etc.
3. Case Studies to demonstrate effectiveness of Green Building Parameters.
4. Discussions on Ratings for sustainable habitat would include:

                                Environmental Management
        Energy –Integrating Solar Design
        Land Use and Ecology
        Water and Waste Management
        Sustainability and National Building Code (BIS)
 
Organizers: Supported by: Knowledge Partners: Our Associate Partners:
 
Who can attend?
Building professionals; Architects and Planners; Real Estate professionals; Building engineers; Decision makers;
Academia from architecture and engineering colleges and Housing finance organizations etc.

Our next Conference:
Integration of Renewable Energy Systems for Planning Sustainable Habitat
January, 2014

 
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