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Green building leaders in China attended a special luncheon to launch Greenbuild China.

On March 31, USGBC hosted a Greenbuild China executive luncheon at the Shanghai Westin Hotel. This luncheon officially launched the Greenbuild China conference coming to Shanghai on Oct. 17–18, 2017. Nearly 100 guests were invited, including government officials, thought leaders, executives and other stakeholders, to celebrate the announcement of the world’s most influential green building event coming to China.

Attendees at the executive luncheon.

Sarah Alexander, vice president, certification, GBCI, updated the audience on the latest progress from USGBC and LEED in the global market and in China. China is now the largest market for LEED outside the United States. Based on the latest research, there are over 1,000 LEED-certified projects in mainland China.

China has an opportunity to drive sustainability at a global scale. The launch of Greenbuild China will help to accelerate the market transformation and China’s 13th five-year plan by providing the platform for professionals around Asia to exchange advanced concepts, products and technology related to green building.

Registration will open in June. Learn more about Greenbuild China, and watch our video:

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