Towards Net Zero Carbon: The Future of Neighbourhoods and Residential Spaces

Day 2 - 6th Oct | 11:20 - 12:30

Location: Sustainable Resources Theatre



Green Buildings is a major decarbonisation strategy of Hong Kong’s Climate Action Plan 2050. This session will feature success cases to demonstrate how master planning, smart designs and MiC (Modular Integrated Construction) of neighbourhoods and residential spaces help escalate Hong Kong’s sustainability to the next level.


  • What are some key elements in the master planning of sustainable neighbourhood projects? What role does green finance play?
  • What are the challenges and solutions for integrating smart design in residential and neighbourhood projects?
  • How are trends in construction technology supporting decarbonisation efforts and enhancing efficiencies?

Post Event Actions

  • Gain insights and apply knowledge in building projects to support the achievement of Hong Kong’s carbon neutrality target by 2050.
  • Raise awareness on the role of green buildings in driving Hong Kong towards net-zero carbon, from master planning, smart and sustainable designs, use of green materials, green construction methods to sustainable operations.
  • Understand the practices and concerted efforts of various industry players and their contributions to expedite the decarbonisation journey of Hong Kong.
  • Seek further knowledge enhancement in the area of net-zero carbon buildings through attending professional trainings and/or joining professional bodies such as the HKGBC.
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