The Vietnam Green Building Week 2019 is taking place in Hanoi from September 23 to 27 with a wide range of activities.
The government should offer preferential policies for property firms which develop green urban areas, said Do Viet Chien, General Secretary of the Vietnam Real Estate Association.
The number of construction works granted green building certificates in Vietnam remains modest, but is rapidly rising.
The concept of green building is still relatively new to the public and is not properly and fully understood by those working in the field of construction and architecture in Vietnam, according to experts from the latest symposium held recently in Ho Chi Minh City.
There will be a boom in green buildings in Vietnam if the community’s awareness of environmental protection improves, an expert told a symposium in Ho Chi Minh City on October 5.
Investing in a green factory is a strategic factor in achieving sustainable growth, both bringing tangible benefits to investors and enhancing their public image, experts have told a workshop.
VOV.VN - Global Construction has named Atlas Hoi An Hotel in the central province of Quang Nam among top 10 unusual green buildings in the world.
A series of workshops are being held in Hanoi from March 28-31 on the theme of green architecture for sustainable communities (GASC 2017) to exchange experiences on the direction of green architecture and green building.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) is going to provide Nam Cuong Corporation with technical support in order to accelerate the developer’s green construction agenda and promote green building in Vietnam.
VOV.VN - Ten local companies have sent representatives to attend one of Southeast Asia’s premier green building tradeshows – BEX Asia (September 7-9) – at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, reports the Vietnam News Agency.
An apartment project that meets the Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) standards, the US’s most popular and widely-used green building rating system globally, will be implemented for the first time in Vietnam.
Buildings account for more than 30 per cent of total energy use in fast-growing economies like Vietnam, which means making new buildings energy efficient is a crucial task.
The Ministry of Construction has attached the first Green Building sign to the Thang Long Number One residential unit in Hanoi. The project is to mark the 60th anniversary of Hanoi’s Liberation Day (October 10).
The Ministry of Construction (MoC) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) on May 24 signed a cooperation agreement on green and energy efficient building development in Vietnam, aimed at reducing energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions.