Paul de Ruiter joined the general board of the Dutch Green Building Council (DGBC). The Dutch Green Building Council is an independent non-profit network organisation that enhances the sustainability of the built environment. With the new general board a new lift-off of green leaders has the challenge to make the built environment sustainable in a more quick and thorough manner.
Besides Paul, Bas van Holten (CEO Merin), Andy van den Dobbelsteen (Professor Climate Design & Sustainability) and Thomas Leenders (Manager Governmental Affairs, Philips Lighting Benelux) also joined the DGBC’s general board. The new general board will be committed to the transition to a circular economy with a healthy and pleasant working and living environment. Paul: ‘’Being a member of the general board is a nice opportunity to make well-being in buildings measurable.''
About the Dutch Green Building Council
The foundation Dutch Green Building Council stimulates the transition to a circular economy by promoting knowledge development, by connecting participants, offering education and by organising events about current sustainability themes. The DGBC also administers and develops the BREEAM-NL sustainability quality label.
Here you can read more about the Dutch Green Building Council.