Tue 26 Apr 2011
Subject: New Seminar! Green School Green Campus, Preparing Schools for the 21st Century.
From: “Urban Greening Institute”
Date: Tue, April 19, 2011 9:54 pm
To: Hadi Susilo Arifin
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Green Technology Update for Schools!
For Early Birds Only, 2 Free Seats for each Paid Registration (before 29 April 2011)
Green School Green Campus, Preparing Schools for the 21st Century
26 – 27 May 2011, S$980
For Flyer, please visit
Do visit our website for more details www.UrbanGreeningInstitute.com
For Early Birds Only:
2 Additional Seats Free for each Participant Registered before 29 April 2011.
1 Additional Seat Free for each Participant Registered before 15 May 2011.
Dr Charles J. Kibert Ph.D., P.E. is Professor and Director of the Powell Center for
Construction & Environment, College of Design, Construction and Planning, University
of Florida and co-founder and President of the Cross Creek Initiative, a non-profit
industry/university joint venture seeking to implement sustainability principles
into construction. He has served as a consultant for numerous green building
projects and directed the design and construction of the award winning Rinker Hall,
the first LEED gold certified building in Florida which was listed as one of the AIA
COTE Committees Top 10 projects.
He is a member of the Building Commissioning Association (BCA) and has extensive
experience in mechanical and electrical contracting and design of renewable energy
He was co-chair of the Curriculum and Accreditation Committee of the U.S. Green
Building Council (USGBC) , a board member of the Florida Green Building Coalition
(FGBC) and is on the board of the Green Building Initiative (GBI). He developed a
widely used green building continuing education program for Florida contractors and
subcontractors, Build Green and Profit, which has been delivered to overt 5,000
builders and subcontractors. He is the author of over 100 articles, papers, and
other publications on sustainable development and related issues.
The LEED Green Building Certification Program is fast becoming the world leading
Building Rating standard which addresses all building types and covers 5 important
areas for Sustainable Environment and Improved Health : Sustainable Site
Development, Energy Efficiency, Water Savings, Indoor Environment and Resources
Urban Greening Institute
7 Toh Heights
Tel 6546 5801