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GBC Indonesia
Towards Net Zero

Participating to be a part of global project working towards total sector decarbonisation by 2050, GBC Indonesia is committed in developing a certification program named GREENSHIP Net Zero.

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A challenge of sustainability

Since the UN Brundtland Commission, the world has been known to struggle in Sustainability challenge. However, what we have been doing is not enough to give back what we have already taken. At the same time, the Earth’s Replacement Rate is also incapable of reaching the point of equilibrium at the level of human consumption today. Our Excessive Energy Usage which accounts for the massively produced Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emission is causing global warming that results in climate change. With business as usual, it is predicted that the Earth’s temperature will rise to 2 degrees Celsius above the pre-industrial level in 2050.  

An Answer to the question

The NET ZERO Roadmap is a global pathway to keep the Earth 1.5 or lower degrees Celsius above the pre-industrial level to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement. The vision is to reduce the GHG emissions and take back all that has been produced. It requires innovative solutions and business models in every sector of the industry.  

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Funding Net Zero Goals in Green Construction

Why we must transform

The green building sector's embrace of the Net Zero framework combines eco-friendly building methods, enhanced energy efficiency, and the use of renewable energy, underpinned by creative financial models such as green finance, carbon trading, and incentives for energy efficiency. This approach enables a significant reduction in carbon emissions, making sustainable projects financially attractive through various incentives and subsidies. This comprehensive strategy is key to driving the building industry towards achieving worldwide net zero emissions goals, showcasing a dedication to sustainable development and efficiency.

Building Retrofitting and Modernization

Upgrading existing buildings with modern technologies and materials to improve their energy efficiency and reduce emissions is crucial, given the long lifespan of buildings and the vast existing infrastructure. Retrofitting can include sealing leaks, updating insulation, and installing energy-efficient windows and heating systems.

Circular Economy Approaches in Building Lifecycle

Implementing circular economy principles by designing for disassembly, reusing materials, and recycling waste within the building lifecycle minimizes waste and encourages the use of renewable resources. This approach extends beyond the construction phase to include the maintenance, renovation, and eventual decommissioning of buildings.

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From Indonesia to the world

Indonesia’s GFA is expected to grow to 7 billion Square Meters by 2050. That will be 700 million tons of CO2 emission/year, or 300 million tons more than today or equivalent to around 12 billion more trees. This opportunity is not just an environmental solution but a gateway to economic growth and social equity. 
As leaders in Sustainability, we can make groundbreaking movements in the industry to always move forward towards a greener future. 

Discover GREENSHIP Net Zero

Together with us, GBCI, through GREENSHIP Net Zero, we believe that we can help transform Indonesia into a country of Sustainability and inherit a better future for our generations to come. 

GBC Indonesia Framework Towards Net Zero

Our framework to guide the transition towards Net Zero buildings, emphasizing the integration of sustainable design principles, energy efficiency, and renewable

Net Zero Pathways: Catalyzing Carbon Offset through GREENSHIP

The adoption of a GREENSHIP Net Zero in Indonesia presents a multitude of opportunities and benefits that are pivotal for the country's carbon offset goals in the coming future.

GREENSHIP Net Zero for Indonesia’s future development

GREENSHIP Net Zero certification process with a comprehensive workflow designed to guide projects from initial design through to operation, focusing on achieving specific targets for energy efficiency.


GBC Indonesia Towards Net zero

Indonesia’s GFA is expected to grow to 7 billion Square Meters by 2050. That will be 700 million tons of CO2 emission/year, or 300 million tons more than today or equivalent to around 12 billion more trees.