Sustainable architecture: India

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Eco-friendly Buildings, 2004

India Today

December 29, 2008

“Sustainable architecture is catching on as many organisations realise that environment-friendly architecture also makes eminent economic sense in the long run,” said India Today in October 2004. It employs concepts of energy efficiency, water conservation and the use of eco-friendly materials. It has advantages like low cost of power, less waste and easy maintenance. It is due to these reasons that the Indian Green Building Council is “targeting 1,000 Leadership in Energy and Environment certified buildings by 2010,” said India Today in February 2008.

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