香港學校綠建指南

As there is an increasing number of schools adopting green technologies or designs on their campuses or starting environmental improvement projects in their schools, the HKGBC Public Education Committee has engaged educational stakeholders, including school principals / teachers associations, and related Government bodies and published a Hong Kong Green School Guide for local schools on carrying out energy and environmental improvement projects on school buildings and facilities.

Objectives of the Guide

The overarching aim of the Guide is to inform stakeholders, including principals, managers, teachers and administrators of Hong Kong schools, of the constraints, opportunities and benefits arising from energy and environmental improvements to their school building and facilities, and how the potential opportunities and benefits can best be realized. In particular, the Guide shall provide the readers:

  1. an understanding of the potential to, and benefits of enhancing their school buildings and facilities’ environmental performance and reduce the school’s carbon and energy footprint while enhancing the quality of the teaching environment;
  2. guidance on associated implementation costs , and potential need for mandatory compliance with statutory planning and building environmental and energy saving requirements;
  3. based on existing examples of implemented green features in Hong Kong schools, a portfolio of detailed case studies of such green features (both passive and active design) already implemented and operational for  (i) the retrofitting of existing schools (both standard and purpose designed) in Hong Kong and (ii) design and construction of new schools; and
  4. guidance on best practice needed to get the best value from their green school improvement programme, on  procurement,  operation & maintenance of the selected green features.
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