Saint Gobain & The Economic Times Smart Green Summit & Awards

Saint Gobain & The Economic Times Smart Green Summit & Awards

The Smart Green Summit is a part of Saint-Gobain’s, ‘Shaping the future’ initiative, presented in partnership with The Economic Times. The summit focuses on bringing to lime light, the innovative initiatives in the area of Sustainable Habitat by recognizing the people or organizations behind them.

The event is a one of a kind platform that brings together all the stakeholders in the building and construction industry under one roof - the government, architects, builders, corporate houses and thought leaders and industry bodies who have worked or are contributing to a sustainable habitat through innovation and enormous effort.

In a two part event, the Summit will feature an exciting line up of eminent speakers and thought leaders who through a series of talks, panel discussions and strategic round tables will connect with stake holder community on various aspects of creating a Sustainable Habitat. The second part is an Awards ceremony, to honor those organizations and individuals who have been championing the cause of a sustainable habitat and addressing it through their work.

Multi-Comfort, is an underlying theme in the scheme of a sustainable habitat and will be the main theme during the Smart Green Summit. It has gained immense significance today, with individuals spending more than 90% of their time indoors and expecting comfort to all their senses, such as Acoustic (Ears), Thermal (Touch), Visual (sight) and Indoor Air quality (Smell), through the design of the built environment.

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Cite: "Saint Gobain & The Economic Times Smart Green Summit & Awards" 21 Nov 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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