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2011-11-09 00:00:00
Company: Knauf Insulation
We would like to invite you to the next session of the GREEN BUILDING CLUB, which will be held on 9th of November 2011 at 17:30 in the Mosaic House (Odborů 4, Prague 2).



What our industry needs to do better to shape policy?
The industry of green buildings has been growing rapidly in Europe in the last few years. Yet, our influence on public policy is still relatively small, comparing with potential. We know that green buildings can reduce energy consumption, increase energy security, influence job creation… All these impacts can increase general welfare and are clearly in public interest. How can we make politicians to pay attention and do something?

Dominique Bossan, Managing Director Eastern Europe, Knauf Insulation
Martin Bursík, Ex-minister of environment, consultant in renewables and energy efficiency
Pascal Bar, Technical Manager, Council of European Producers of Materials for Construction (CEPMC)
Petr Holub, Coordinator, Chance for Buildings Initiative
Moderator: Eric Best, the journalist and founder of Fleet Sheet.

Entrance fee:
Admission (1 welcome drink included): 100 CZK for CZGBC members, 150 CZK for Green Building
Club supporters and 200 CZK for all others.
If you want to attend, please use on-line registration: http://czgbc.org/o-nas/green-building-club
The session will be in English.

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