WE ARE A NON-PROFIT PLATFORM PROMOTING HEALTHY AND SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS

Given that we spend 90% of our time in buildings,let’s put people at the center of building design, operation and management.


MISSION

We aim to mainstream the demand for high performing buildings in Europe by seeking public and private sector commitments to invest in better indoor environments by 2030. People’s health, wellbeing and productivity must be a core priority alongside building performance.

VISION

Our vision is for all buildings in Europe to provide people with comfortable, healthy and productive spaces, while minimizing their carbon footprint. The health and built environment sectors work together towards this common ambition. Buildings 2030 is supported by a grant from the European Climate Foundation and the ClimateWorks Foundation.

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Buildings 2030 works with sector leaders and partners to push the boundaries of what is perceived possible.

CAMPAIGN

Open Letter to Bendt Bendtsen, MEP, Rapporteur for EPBD.

An appeal for an ambitious revision of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive to include health considerations.
Call for an adequate ambition to boost energy efficiency, health, wellbeing and tackle social inequality.

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We have the knowledge, technology and evidence on how buildings impact people’s health. Multiple benefits will strengthen the business case for EE investment and achieve the massification of renovation in Europe. We need to be people-centric.
Rodolphe Nicolle

Rodolphe Nicolle

Executive Director, Buildings2030

At IWBI we believe sustainability and health are synonymous. That is why we’re collaborating with environmental sustainability leaders in Europe and beyond – to accelerate not only market transformation, but human transformation as well. Only together will we be able to ride this second wave of sustainability to a brighter, healthier future.
Rick Fedrizzi

Rick Fedrizzi

Chairman and CEO, International WELL Building Institute

Improving the energy efficiency and sustainability of buildings is crucial for climate action but it also brings immediate benefits to health - healthy buildings mean better indoor air quality, thermal comfort and wellbeing and ultimately result in healthier residents, reduced sick leave, increased productivity, and a decrease in associated health costs.
Vijoleta Gordeljevic

Vijoleta Gordeljevic

Health and Climate Change Coordinator, Health and Environment Alliance

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OUR PARTNERS

European Climate Foundation
The European Climate Foundation (ECF) – a ‘foundation of foundations’ – was established in early 2008 as a major philanthropic initiative to help Europe foster the development of a low-carbon society and play an even stronger international leadership role to mitigate climate change.
HEAL
The Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL) is a leading European not-for-profit organisation addressing how the environment affects health in the European Union (EU). We demonstrate how policy changes can help protect health and enhance people’s quality of life. With the support of more than 75 member organisations, HEAL brings independent expertise and evidence from the health community to different decision-making processes.
IWBI
The International WELL Building Institute is a public benefit corporation that is leading the movement to promote health and wellness in buildings and communities everywhere. IWBI delivers the cutting-edge WELL Building Standard ™ and the WELL Community Standard™, performance-based systems for measuring, certifying and monitoring features of buildings and communities that impact the health and wellness of the people who live, work and learn in them.

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Buildings 2030 works with corporate leaders to push the boundaries of what is perceived possible. Elevate your stories and play a role in shaping market and policy.

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