Although the long-term effects of climate chane are uncertain, we know that sea levels will be higher, temperature rises, droughts longer and more widespread, and flooding more intense. Urbanization create more pollutant environment which lead to health threatened that lead to allergic, sickness, or even death.
These negative factors can be the threat for the operational of a company and food tenacity. Therefore, it is necessary to consider these factor in order to deliver equity in design.
Our green building concept adapt from three bottom line sustainability concept by John Elkinton: People, Planet, and Profit. We believe that we all have a responsibility to help shape the future that support a more sustainable living.
LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is the most widely used green building rating system in the world. Available for virtually all building, community and home project types, LEED provides a framework to create healthy, highly efficient and cost-saving green buildings. LEED Certification is drafted by GBCI (Green Business Certification Inc.), which is a non profit and non-government organization commit to educate of best practices green design
Greenship is a certification drafted by the GBCI (Green Building Council Indonesia) to promote green building in Indonesia. They provide 5 different criterions for different types of projects such as :
Green Globes is an online assessment protocol for green building design, operation and management. It is interactive, flexible and affordable, and provides market recognition of a building’s environmental attributes through third-party verification.
The Greenmark certification scheme is a certification scheme to evaluate building’s environmental impact and performance. It provides a comprehensive framework for assessing sustainable buildings. Drafted by the BCA (Building and Construction Authority) of Singapore, this is now one of the certifications used for green building.