Today it is possible to create tailor-made seminars and courses for specific stakeholders. These can be designed to meet the specific needs and interests of the target audience and can be tailored to cover a wide range of topics related to sustainable building.
For example, a seminar or course for architects could focus on the latest design strategies that promote energy efficiency and sustainable materials, while a seminar or course for builders could focus on the latest techniques for reducing the environmental impact of construction.
Tailor-made seminars and courses can be delivered in a variety of formats, including in-person, online, or a combination of both. They can also be designed to be interactive, with hands-on activities, case studies, and discussions that allow participants to engage with the material and apply it to their own work.
Overall, tailor-made seminars and courses are a valuable tool for the Greenbuilt movement, as they provide a means of delivering targeted and relevant information to specific stakeholders, and can help to promote sustainable building practices, raise awareness and educate architects, engineers, builders and other stakeholders.
History of our seminar and courses
Seminars and courses from 2015 to 2020 have been a valuable tool for the Greenbuilt movement, providing a forum for architects, engineers, builders, and other stakeholders to share ideas and learn about the latest research and technologies related to sustainable building. These seminars and courses have covered a wide range of topics, including energy efficiency, renewable energy, sustainable materials, and building design strategies that promote biodiversity and reduce the environmental impact of buildings.
During this period, seminars and courses have been instrumental in raising awareness and promoting the adoption of sustainable building practices. They have provided a platform for experts and practitioners to share their knowledge and experiences, and for policymakers to learn about the latest developments in the field. These seminars and courses have helped to build a sense of community and collaboration within the Greenbuilt movement, and have been instrumental in raising awareness and promoting the adoption of sustainable building practices.
In addition, these seminars and courses have been a key platform for the introduction of new technologies and materials that were more sustainable and efficient, and also a means of promoting dialogue and cooperation between different sectors and disciplines.
Overall, seminars and courses from 2015 to 2020 have played an important role in advancing the Greenbuilt movement by providing a forum for the exchange of ideas, the dissemination of information, and the promotion of collaboration and community-building, raising awareness and promoting the adoption of sustainable building practices, introducing new technologies and materials and promoting dialogue and cooperation between different sectors and disciplines.’
Greenbuilt Dialogue Conference 2019
Oslo European Environmental Capital 2019. Large building- projectowners meet environmental suppliers Read more
14 Solutions made in Norway 2017
Video in English
Green Built Conference 2016
Oslo Innovation Week Read more
12 Climate Solutions for Oslo 2016
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Green Procurement 2015
Nordic Green Procurement Week
Our Future is Built Today 2015
Klimafestivalen video in Norwegain