Decarbonising the Building Industry

The Decarbonising Building Industry (DBI) initiative stands at the forefront of sustainable transformation within the building industry. As a collaborative network, it unites researchers, industry experts, and policymakers in a mission to innovate and implement green solutions for urban development. Through the DBI, thought leaders and change-makers come together to share knowledge, and explore best practices that pave the way for energy-efficient buildings and reduced carbon footprints. The initiative is more than a program—it’s a movement toward a resilient future, aligning with global Net Zero 2050 objectives and fostering a culture of sustainable growth and environmental responsibility. By focusing on renewable energy integration, low-carbon materials, and optimised building operations, the DBI is setting new standards for eco-friendly design and construction, ensuring that the buildings of tomorrow are as green as they are groundbreaking.

About
Decarbonising Building Industry

25

YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

DBI

“The Researcher Network for Decarbonising the Building Industry will spearhead initiatives in renewable energy assimilation, pioneering low-carbon materials and optimising operational energy, energy efficiency and building services for a sustainable future.”

Coming Event

Embodied carbon framework for Australia’s built environment

People & Partners

Prof. Tuan Ngo

DBI

Dr Behzad Rismanchi
DBI
Jeffrey Robinson

Aurecon

Mr Jason Hughes

Spark Projects

Our Agenda

Workshop
Networking
Conference
Roadmap
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