The Role Of Greener Buildings In Smart Cities

3rd October 2012

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The topics of green buildings and sustainable living will form part of the Smart Cities Summit discussions. It’s estimated that in 20 years from now, 60% of people will move to urban areas. It is said that in 2020, South Africa will experience a water crisis and energy prices are expected to increase by more than 53% by the end 2012, raising the issue of load shedding, water shortages and sanitation problems at households.  Converting to greener buildings will improve this situation, as environmentally friendly buildings synchronises with the natural features and resources like solar power for energy and automatic underground waste collection, and the collection and filtration of runoff water.

The Smart Cities  Summit’s speakers and delegates will focus on discussing options for long-term sustainable city smartness. Attend the Smart Cities Summit on 30 & 31 October 2012 in Johannesburg and join in the discussions.

Book your seat now to attend the Smart Cities Summit (R7700.00 excluding VAT). For the full conference programme and speaker list please contact us.

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