Our survival depends on taking aggressive steps to fight climate change. At Sustainable Buildings Canada (SBC) we believe it’s imperative that we design, build and operate better buildings.
For 20 years we’ve been a leader in the ‘next level’ of sustainability — helping developers / builders / operators achieve high performance outcomes in the built environment, encompassing a range of positive results including healthy spaces, lower energy and water use, clean and renewable energy and positive behavioural outcomes.
“By bringing together a carefully curated network of some of the industry’s top sustainability and green building leaders and environmental performance experts, we can collectively assess any building project, whether new or retrofit, and offer financially realistic, practical and actionable solutions for achieving a high performance outcome.”
-Mike Singleton, Executive Director
November 1st, 2022
Where the most innovative minds in sustainable building meet!
SBC’s signature annual event takes place in-person & online on November 1st, 2022. Join us at the #GBF22 and prepare to be challenged, inspired and enlightened.
“This program is a unique opportunity for this next generation of students to experience the integrated design and delivery process on a real project building, together for one week, and to learn from each other as well as from professionals and faculty”
-Bettina Hoar, SBC Board Member and Boot Camp Project Director
Sustainable Buildings Canada (SBC) was established in 2002 as a not-for-profit, non-share, capital corporation. Leveraging the expertise of our hands-on members as practitioners as well as our industry network, SBC delivers a number of core activities which include education, training, research, and program services to utility, government, and agencies. Supported by a Board representing sector stakeholders, SBC seeks to enhance the energy and environmental performance of the built environment independent from the alignment with rating systems or related assessment tools
The opportunity for Canada to support vibrant, low-carbon cities is upon us. Across the country, the cost of living and impacts of climate change are mounting pressures, and the federal budget process for 2023 is a chance for government to address both.Read Tweet