Why do we think green only when it’s Environment day? The planet was green which has turned concrete now! Let’s celebrate green on
4th, 5th and 6th of June 2018 at the World Green Infrastructure Congress, India – Bangalore.
The fortifying attributes of greenery signals everyone to take a deep breath and reinvigorate. The World Green Infrastructure Congress is
an arena that offers exchange of expert knowledge and foster discussions related to the use of Green Technology.
The Conference will have presentations on the best green sustainable projects, futuristic design concepts and best practices in green technology,
green city planning and interactive workshops. The World Green Infrastructure Congress endeavours to empower attendees with the latest technologies,
developments and offer plausible solutions for important environmental issues.
Features of the WGIC 2018
World renowned speakers
Overview of green buildings
Strategies for building green
Architecture - Projects - Best Practice
Lectures and discussions on greening of buildings (greening of roofs, façades and indoor areas)
Interdisciplinary exchange of experience between city representatives, architects, city planners, urban water developers, industrial and property representatives, manufacturers, processors, researchers, associations, politicians and other interested parties
Word from Founder IGIN
“A Political Will, Professional Commitment and People’s Involvement. Make Green as Much as We Can. Save Green as Much as We Can. Give Green as Much as We Can.”
Join the one of kind green conference and Be a part of Greener World
One Planet, One Life. Lets Make it Worthwhile
World Green Infrastructure Network (WGIN) is the organization of existing national Green Roof / Green infrastructure organizations.
WGIN targets strong organizational growth over the next several years. It is a challenging world, and green building technology is one solution to tackling the impacts of climate change that effect us all. WGIN believes cooperative effort is needed to work for a better, greener and more sustainable world. Germany's Manfred Köhler was named chairperson, and North America's Steven Peck accepted responsibility for ongoing formal activities to move the organization forward.
Indian Green Infrastructure Network (IGIN) is an NGO set up to create and develop World-Class Green Sustainable cities in India. Our mission our vision:
One planet, one life,
Let’s make it worthwhile.
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