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Build Green and Sustainable Neighbourhood by using the power of Social Engagement and Technology!

Building and renovating in an energy and resource efficient way

As society becomes increasingly urban and ever dependent on technological innovations, it is vital to ensure that people and planet are put at the very heart of this development in a way that is sensitive to and encourages the protection, expansion or re-introduction of sustainable space amongst the urban sprawl. This is the aim of the Probono project. Probono has an initial focus on renovating existing urban buildings and locations in a resource and energy efficient way. Applying technology, business and socio-economic innovations to stimulate a transition to nett-zero and energy positive buildings, leading to a better understanding of how these sustainable renovations can be a catalyst to create a wider, more sustainable Green Building Neighbourhood and thus, thriving and sustainable community. 

Green Building Neighbourhoods

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Probono will show how a people-centred, green and sustainable approach to renovation, however small, can stimulate sustainable neighbourhoods and the well-being of communities. Sustaining both nature and humanity in natural balance to our mutual benefit and shared future. 

PROBONO Vision and Green Building Neighbourhood Transition Acceleration Enablers

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Enablers

PROBONO Enablers will help Green Building Neighbourhoods to reach zero emission and energy positive levels by 2030. 

Read more about our enablers

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The Integrator-centric approach for realising innovative energy
efficient buildings in connected sustainable green neighbourhoods

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