June 03, 2014 – Ashburn, VA:
On June 5-6, 2014 Mr. Goswami will present “Public Private Sector Cooperation: An Integrated Approach to Regulatory Framework”
Institute for Building Technology and Safety (IBTS) CEO, Ashok Goswami, has been invited to present at the second session of the China Green Building Industry Expert Forum. The forum is positioned as an academic and professional session, focusing on innovation, advocacy, and public intelligence in the green building industry.
At the forum, IBTS will be presenting “Public Private Sector Cooperation: An Integrated Approach to Regulatory Framework.” In this session, Mr. Goswami will focus on three pillars of sustainable development, and how regulations and enforcement mechanisms support this development. The session will also explore the value of coordination and cooperation between industry and government, as well as between various levels of government.
“I am honored to be invited to speak at a professional forum such as the China Green Building Industry Expert Forum,” says Ashok Goswami, CEO of IBTS. “I look forward to the opportunity to share my knowledge and experience and learn from others.”
The forum will feature keynote speeches, case reports, and other forms of live interaction covering green building policy interpretation and industry trends, green building design and energy-saving renovation of existing buildings, green building settlements and real estate strategy, solar and renewable energy utilization, green building professionals vocational qualification and evaluation system construction, green planning and operations, human settlements and new urban ecological construction, environmental and green building practices, and other issues.
Michelle Waddle, Marketing Manager
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