Country Benchmarking: Climate Change Remodels the Buildings Industry in Asia-Pacific

Buildings Hold the Key Answers to Combat Climate Change


This research service discusses the role of the buildings industry in fighting climate change in Asia-Pacific. Climate change is believed to cause the severe weather occurrences that cause disruptions and losses to socio-economic activities. Affected industries include the buildings industry. Buildings consume a considerable amount of electricity that is largely generated from fossil fuel. Many countries are already striving to increase their dependence on renewable energy and at the same time promote the use of energy-efficient building fittings and equipment, and energy management solutions. Various efforts and initiatives are being introduced by the buildings industry with the aim to reduce the dependency on fossil fuel for electricity generation.

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Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary (continued)Executive Summary—Key TakeawaysIntroductionDefinitionsDefinitions (continued)Benchmarking CriteriaClimate Change Impacts on the Buildings IndustryClimate Change as a Result of Carbon EmissionsMega Trends—Electricity GenerationMega Trends—Electricity Generation (continued)Mega Trends—Electricity ConsumptionRelation of Carbon Emissions with EconomyImpacts of Climate Change—Electricity Net Consumption and ExpenditureImpacts of Climate Change—Electricity Net Consumption and Expenditure (continued)Key Property Developers With Green PropositionsMarket Opportunities for Climate Change MitigationMarket Opportunities for Climate Change Mitigation—Convergence of ICT and the Buildings IndustryTechnologies for Climate ChangeBest Practice—T30A Tower HotelBest Practice—Tree HouseBest Practice—RightLux by Green KonceptsBest Practice—Tokyo SkytreeBest Practice—Other ExamplesAustraliaClimate Change Policy Development in AustraliaThe Direct Action PlanBuilding Codes in Australia—The Key to Address Climate Change Impacts and Create Opportunities?Market Opportunities for the Buildings IndustryClimate Change Impact on Energy Conservation MeasuresCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationChinaCommitment to Sustainability in ChinaFive-Year Plan To Combat Climate ChangeGreen Buildings in China—The Key to Address Climate Change Impacts and Create Opportunities?Market Opportunities for the Buildings IndustryClimate Change Impact on Energy Conservation MeasuresCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationIndiaNational Action Plan on Climate Change in IndiaGreen Buildings in IndiaMarket Opportunities for the Buildings IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationIndonesiaClimate Change Sectoral Roadmap (ICCSR) in IndonesiaIndonesia Climate Trust FundIndonesia Climate Trust Fund (continued)Country Investment Plan and Clean Technology Fund Green BuildingMarket Opportunities for the Buildings IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationJapanGreenhouse Gases Reduction Initiatives in JapanRegulatory Landscape and Financing EffortsRegulatory Landscape and Financing Efforts (continued)Green Building Certifications in JapanGreen Building Certifications in Japan (continued)Market Opportunities for the Buildings IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationsMalaysiaClimate Change Policy in MalaysiaGreen Building IndexGreen Building Index (continued)GBI Adoption and ImplementationGreen BusinessGreen Business (continued)Market Opportunities for the Buildings IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationNew ZealandClimate Change Policy in New ZealandGreen Buildings in New ZealandMarket Opportunities for the Buildings IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationSingaporeNational Climate Change Strategy in SingaporeGreen Buildings in Singapore Market Opportunities for the Buildings IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationKey Takeaway and Implication (continued)Key Takeaway and Implication (continued)South KoreaNational Strategy for Green Growth in South KoreaGreen Growth Strategy Impacts on the Buildings SectorAchieving Zero-Energy HousingEnergy-efficient Building Technologies in South KoreaGreen Building Certifications in South KoreaGreen Building Certification Incentives in South KoreaFinancial Support for Energy Efficiency InvestmentsDeveloping Low Energy Consumption Compact Cities: Case Study on Magok, Seoul Market Opportunities for the Buildings IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationThailandClimate Change Master Plan (2012–2050) in ThailandGreen Building Codes in ThailandGreen Building Certifications in ThailandPrescriptions and Impacts of the Building Code on Energy-efficient Building TechnologiesClimate Change Effects on Thailand’s Building IndustryIncentives for Eco-friendly BuildingsMarket Opportunities for the Buildings IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveKey Takeaway and ImplicationBenchmarking Analysis and ConclusionsMarket PrioritizationMarket Prioritization (continued)ConclusionsConclusions (continued)Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue PropositionGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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