Needs of Green Buildings Fundamentals and its Implementation Flexibility for Prompt Effectiveness in Developing Countries

Pragyan Bhattarai, A.V.A Bharat Kumar, Rajendra Chaudhary, Shashi Kumar Gupta


The construction concept is upgrading every year and major concern is given to the environment and human health. People’s activities for the sophistication has really degraded the component of environment which has impact in global warming, heat island effect and other hazardous effect causing negative impact to human health as well as environment. Now this trend need be changed and any construction work must be in collaboration with environment which is also coined as Green Building concept. In spite of many organizations’s effort this technology is being limited to some developed countries and no major progress is concluded in specially developing countries. Lack of awareness and misconception about the green building is limiting this concept. In order to make the green world very soon the system must be commenced from the government level itself. Government of every country should make grounds rules making basic green building categories and should register those building which have fulfilled the basic categories and certification must be given from government level itself evaluating the categories(Sustainable site development, Water saving, Energy efficiency, Material Selection, Indoor Environmental quality and Design) and innovation. Innovative design and implementation of engineering concept for every category must be given high priority. This paper forwards the concept of green buildings and basic categories which can be followed by government and basic planning design for everyone who can’t afford export which can be amend and implemented as per the context.

Key words: Green Building, Environment, Awareness, Government, Engineering concept, Human health

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