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Green International emphasizes energy efficient buildings
November 12, 2014, 10:04 am
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When: 25 November, 2014 from 7-9 pm

Where: Holiday Inn, Salmiya, Kuwait

Scientists have observed that in the last 1400 years, the earth's temperature has been the warmest in the last 300 years. Melting of glaciers has contributed to sea-level rise throughout the 20th century. The rate of ice mass loss from the Greenland ice sheet has considerably increased in the past decade. Humans are exhausting the natural resources and polluting the earth and the atmosphere in our race for economic growth, without foreseeing the risks that they would face in the near future. The Total Annual Power production of all countries in the world has gone up from 19,161(in 2008) to 21,080 (in 2011) billion kilowatt/hours.

Majority of the power is produced by burning coal and oil is the main cause of the influx of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.  To reduce the emission levels, buildings all over the world should be designed to operate with optimum power. US Green Building Council (US-GBC) has developed ‘Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design’ (LEED), a set of rating systems for the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of green buildings, homes and neighborhoods. LEED is intended to help building owners and operators be environmentally responsible and use resources efficiently.

Green International Project Management Co, Kuwait, offers a training program for the certification of LEED professionals. Green International with their capabilities of Project Management combined with their expertise in LEED are in a position to take up LEED Consultancy / Facilitation services to guide the promoters, developers and the ministries in Kuwait to design and construct green buildings that comply with the LEED principles and obtain the required level of LEED certification.

Green International is delivering a technical presentation on ‘Effective Project Management Strategies for Sustainable Design’ organized by The Project Management Institute - Arabian Gulf Chapter Kuwait. The event is scheduled for the 25 November, 2014, from 7.00 to 9.00 pm. The venue is the Holiday Inn, Salmiya, Kuwait. To register for event, visit  http://registrations.pmiagckw.org/

The Third Green Building Forum, Kuwait will be held in the Hotel Radisson Blu, on the 26 and 27 November, 2014. A representative from Green International will speak on ‘Green Buildings’.  To book a seat, please visit http://10times.com/green-building-kuwait.

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