Economics of Green Building

The economics of green building course explores the financial case for building sustainably: the perceived inputs and costs, the benefits and obligations of property owners as well as the value proposition. Participants will get a clear understanding of the motivation behind green building and evaluate short, medium and long term investment choices.

The course will be offered in a half-day format, tailored to encourage fluid interaction between classroom lecture, Q&A, case study examples and open discussion of green building economics.

It is clear that the rands and cents regarding green building is crucial to the bean counters and the feasibility of a project. The sustainability of a green building thus lies in its ability to gain investment and to maintain a good return on investment. The research is in and it is clear that green building pays. This course outlines how and

Get the full details at the Green Building Council of South Africa’s website.

Date: 26 March 2014
Presented by: Green Building Council of South Africa
Venue: Cape Town
Website: www.gbcsa.org.za

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