More Than Just Being Green—A Sustainability Perspective in the Asia-Pacific Green Buildings Market

More Than Just Being Green—A Sustainability Perspective in the Asia-Pacific Green Buildings Market

Green Buildings Must Shift Focus from Quantity to Quality

RELEASE DATE
01-Aug-2014
REGION
Asia Pacific
Research Code: 9AAF-00-04-00-00
SKU: EN00875-AP-MR_17412

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This document focus on the sustainability issues in the green buildings market in Asia-Pacific. Green buildings must be environmentally sustainable and remain green in their entire lifecycle. The key issue beyond the creation of a green building is the sustainability of the green status and functionality of the green aspects in that building. In order to sustain a green building, the entire lifecycle of the building begins with the integrated design approach. This study discusses seven sustainability perspectives that must be understood by market participants, namely competitive synergy and ratings, policies, economic and financials, awareness, workforce, convergence, and standards and best practices.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Executive Summary—Key Takeaways

Executive Summary—Key Takeaways (continued)

Definitions

Key Indicators—Urbanization and Population

Key Indicators—Urbanization and Population (continued)

Key Indicators—Business Cities

Key Indicators—Readiness in ICT

Key Indicators—Water and Pollution

Key Takeaway and Implications

Building Construction Market

Key Focus on Green Buildings in New Construction and Retrofit

Key Focus on Green Buildings in New Construction and Retrofit (continued)

Key Focus on Green Buildings in New Construction and Retrofit (continued)

Market Trends—Eco City Concept

Successful Eco City Projects in Asia-Pacific

Key Takeaway and Implications

Overview

Market Dynamics

Green Buildings Market

Green Building Segmentation

Green Buildings Growth Matrix

Sustainability Perspective—Approach

Sustainability Perspective—Green Building Criteria

Sustainability Perspective—Keeping the Green Momentum

Sustainability Perspective—Competitive Synergy and Ratings

Sustainability Perspective—Competitive Synergy and Ratings (continued)

Sustainability Perspective—Policies

Sustainability Perspective—Policies (continued)

Sustainability Perspective—Policies (continued)

Sustainability Perspective—Economic and Financials

Sustainability Perspective—Economic and Financials (continued)

Sustainability Perspective—Economic and Financials (continued)

Sustainability Perspective—Awareness

Sustainability Perspective—Awareness (continued)

Sustainability Perspective—Workforce

Sustainability Perspective—Workforce (continued)

Sustainability Perspective—Convergence

Sustainability Perspective—Convergence (continued)

Sustainability Perspective—Standards and Best Practices

Sustainability Perspective—Standards and Best Practices (continued)

Sustainability Perspective—Standards and Best Practices (continued)

Key Takeaway and Implications

Key Takeaway and Implications (continued)

Challenges to be Addressed

Conclusions

Conclusions (continued)

Conclusions (continued)

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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This document focus on the sustainability issues in the green buildings market in Asia-Pacific. Green buildings must be environmentally sustainable and remain green in their entire lifecycle. The key issue beyond the creation of a green building is the sustainability of the green status and functionality of the green aspects in that building. In order to sustain a green building, the entire lifecycle of the building begins with the integrated design approach. This study discusses seven sustainability perspectives that must be understood by market participants, namely competitive synergy and ratings, policies, economic and financials, awareness, workforce, convergence, and standards and best practices.
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Author Melvin Leong
Industries Environment
WIP Number 9AAF-00-04-00-00
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