The Greenbuild Insider
A NEW community for today’s sustainability professionals and your ultimate resource for staying informed, earning CEU’s and getting ahead of the trends.
Are you solving any of these problems?
- COVID-19 re-entry and new safety protocols
- Net-zero building design challenges and opportunities
- Keeping up with new trends and technology
- Adapting to constant industry changes and your additional workload
- Keeping your teams motivated and inspired – virtually
The Greenbuild Insider is designed for you.
Real, timely, honest answers.
Over the past 20 years, the world’s most committed sustainability brands have relied on Greenbuild as their trusted source for the information and resources that will change our world. No longer do you have to wait all year to make this happen. The Greenbuild Insider is the premier 365-day virtual resource giving you the information and connections needed to create a brighter, safer and more sustainable future.
The Greenbuild Insider is designed for architects, consultants, sustainability leaders, designers, engineers, educators, builders and planners in the green building industry. If you feel that the world is changing at a rapid pace and you want to be on the cutting-edge of new safety protocols and funding decisions, the Greenbuild Insider is the community resource for you.
The Greenbuild Insider includes content focused on 6 critical pillars: Carbon, Social Responsibility, Design, Resilience, Health + Wellness and Materials. You’ll receive the most popular video courses from Greenbuild, a new podcast series with sustainability leaders, details on the new administration and Paris Climate Agreement and white papers detailing the trends you need to stay competitive and focused.
NEW INDUSTRY RESEARCH
Could 2021 be the year when the world emerges from one global crisis and starts making significant progress against another one?
Become a Greenbuild Insider member to find out and gain access to this new, premier industry white paper.
We reached out to experts in sustainability, design, construction, energy, government, and other relevant industry sectors to get their perspectives on what needs to happen for these plans to move off the drawing board and into practice. In the following report, we’ve summarized their top priorities, insights, and recommendations.