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Participate now: International Green Survey

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The World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) is partnering with McGraw-Hill on a new international green survey, and we encourage members of green building councils around the world to participate. The survey will examine important trends affecting and transforming the construction industry on a global, regional and national level. Most critically, the survey will provide information on the benefits experienced in green construction globally and the variation of green practices and standards by region. By participating, companies will be able to have their opinions inform the global construction community about the rising green market.

The results of the survey will be disseminated worldwide by McGraw-Hill Construction to professionals in more than 90 countries. The results will also be used to produce a World Green Building Trends SmartMarket Report (SMR), an update and expansion of McGraw-Hill Construction’s 2008 Global Green SMR that WorldGBC co-produced. This study was the first of its kind and garnered widespread global attention, particularly in China, India, Australia and Canada. Find out more about the 2008 report.

The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Your responses will be completely confidential and used for this survey only. All responses will be analyzed in aggregate, and no individual responses will be referenced or used in any way.

Complete the survey now.

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