This section of the website is designed to help guide you through the world of green buildings
About Green Building
This section gives an insight into who and what makes up the World Green Building Council.
Green Building Councils are independent, non-profit organisations made up of businesses and organisations working in the building and construction industry.
Our Green Building Councils
Our work, and the work of our member Green Building Councils, is absolutely vital if we are to realise green building for everyone, everywhere.
Here you'll find our news, blogs, press releases and publications.
News & Media
Work with us
There are many opportunities for organisations and businesses to work hand-in-hand with the World Green Building Council.
If you are interested in supporting our work, explore the opportunities below or in our Annual Report, and contact us for more information by email.
Our Corporate Advisory is a select group of companies which serves to guide WorldGBC on its strategy and activities.
The Europe Regional Network is a community of 24 national Green Building Councils, 8 Regional Partners, and more than 5,000 member companies.
Our 15 Green Building Councils in Asia Pacific are responding to the challenges and opportunities of the world's most populated region - 4.3 billion inhabitants.
Home to ancient civilizations, entrepreneurs and innovators, and communities of dazzling diversity, our Americas Regional Network includes 18 GBCs.
80 per cent of the buildings that will exist in Africa in 2050 are yet to be built. And our seven GBCs in the region are working to ensure they'll be green.
The MENA region will be critical for the growth of green building globally over the next few years, and our 10 GBCs on the ground will help to deliver it.
Advancing Net Zero is WorldGBC’s global project which aims to ensure that all buildings are “net zero” carbon by 2050.
Better Places for People aims to create a world of green buildings which support healthy, happy and productive lives.
WorldGBC is a delivery partner for the BEA, and four of its Green Building Councils are providing valuable technical advice.