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The tenth edition of the Dutch Green Building Week took place from 21 to 25 September 2020. With #MadeinHolland as the theme of the week, Dutch Green Building Council (DGBC) has put the Netherlands back on the international map. This anniversary edition is partly organized online and linked to the (online) activities of World Green Building Week. With #ActOnClimate, forces were joined and the challenges of tackling global climate change are key.
The Dutch Green Building Week has been the national campaign week to make the built environment more sustainable for years. The week gives a stage to companies and institutions that are ahead of topics such as CO2 reduction, Circularity, Climate adaptation and Health. The week was launched in 2011 to put all sustainability initiatives relating to the built environment in the spotlight. Every year, more than 10,000 visitors attend the events organised during the week. Dutch Green Building Week takes place at the same time as World Green Building Week.
The week offers many opportunities to get in touch with national and international pioneers, to listen to creative thinkers and doers and to those who enable a future-proof environment and society. Especially during these times.
World Green Building Week #ActOnClimate
The Dutch Green Building week 2020 had an more international character than recent years. A link was made to the World Green Building Week and the international program. Various international Green Building Councils, affiliated with the World Green Building Council (WGBC), have shared knowledge and enriched their own knowledge. With #ActOnClimate, the WGBC launched the worldwide campaign for World Green Building Week.
Theme: Made in Holland
The Netherlands has been a guiding country for many years when it comes to sustainability and the environment. More than 25 years ago, Minister Ed Nijpels launched the first National Environmental Policy Plan (NMP) that put the Netherlands on the international map and which formed a blueprint for various European policy plans. If it were up to DGBC, the Netherlands should take back its role as a guiding country with sustainable entrepreneurship for a sustainably built environment and a sustainable economy. This requires that we show what the Netherlands has to offer, but also what can be learned from what is happening abroad. #ActOnClimate #MadeinHolland.
Talkshow Green Talks
From Monday to Thursday we broadcasted a talk show called Green Talks. Led by TV presenter Twan Huys and Annemarie van Doorn (director DGBC), we talked to prominent (international) guests about how the Netherlands can regain its role as a guide country, what good examples we can take abroad, but also what we can learn from abroad.
Missed a talk shows? Watch the broadcasts below!
Monday 21th september 2020
On monday we welcomed the following guests: Cristina Gamboa, CEO World Green Building Council, Erik Steinmaier, Sector Director of ABN AMRO, Ed Nijpels, chairman of the Climate Council, Maurits Groen, sustainable entrepreneur en Maria Molenaar, chairman of the Board of Directors of Woonstad Rotterdam.
Tuesday 22th september 2020
On tuesday we welcomed the following guests: Frans Timmermans, Vice-President of the European Commission, Coen van Oostrom, CEO EDGE. Sandra Phlippen, Chief Economist of ABN AMRO en Louise Vet, biologist and professor of ecology.
Wednesday 23th september 2020
On wednesday we welcomed the following guests: Peter Glas, Delta Commissioner, Marcel Beukeboom, Climate Envoy, Arnoud Molenaar, Chief Resilience Officer Rotterdam en Medy van der Laan, Chairman of Energie-Nederland.
Thursday 24th september 2020
On thursday we welcomed the following guests: Mathijs Bouman, Economist & journalist, Peter Göbel, Director ING Real Estate Finance, Pippi van Ommen, Extinction Rebellion en Marjan Minnesma, Director Urgenda
A couple of statistics
During the week we could count on 1025 unique visitors with an average viewing time of 318 minutes. The daily Green Talks with presenter Twan Huys and Annemarie van Doorn were watched by more than 700 unique visitors. The DGBW Sessions were watched by an average of 57 unique visitors with an average viewing time of almost 30 minutes. The Green Expo was attended by 315 visitors.
DGBW Expert Sessions
On Tuesday and Thursday we hosted two DGBW Expert Sessions. Bram Adema, managing director of CFP Green Buildings and board member of DGBC was the moderator of the show. He engaged in discussions with Paris Proof leaders about how the Netherlands can regain its role as a guide country in the field of Circularity and CO₂ reduction (Paris Proof).
We organised DGBW Expert Sessions together with our theme partners Paris Proof and Circularity. They were broadcasted live for the Dutch viewers on Tuesday September 22 (Paris Proof) and Thursday September 24 (Circularity) between 2:15 pm - 3:00 pm.
Here you can watch the broadcast 'Expertsession Paris Proof' with English subtitles.
Here you can watch the broadcast 'Expertsession Circularity' with English subtitles.