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Join IGBC and GBCI Europe for Discover LEED Dublin 5K Tour.

The Discover LEED Dublin is a 5K course showcasing a variety of new LEED Platinum and Gold-certified buildings in Dublin city centre to celebrate World Green Building Week 2023 (11-15 September).

After registering, browse the provided Google map and run, walk or cycle the route anytime during the course of the week. The USGBC and GBCI Europe believe Healthy people in healthy places equals a healthy economy.

The Discover LEED Dublin 5K is part of a series of actions and priorities that will enable the USGBC community to shape a healthier future for all.​

Participation is free of charge. Register and get access to the map with photos and information about the green credentials of each building.

Complete the 5K course, visiting all 5 buildings marked on the map, between 11-15 September 2023.

Post your progress on social media with the hashtag #LEEDDublinTour and tag @IrishGBC and @GBCIEurope on Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook.

The first 5 to complete the tour will win a free individual membership to IGBC or two tickets to the upcoming Better Homes Conference.

Terms and Conditions
To enter the competition please send five photos of yourself at each of the buildings on the tour to linda@igbc.ie and post one photo of the tour on social media with the hashtag #LEEDDublinTour and tag @IrishGBC and @GBCIEurope on Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook.

Please be careful on the roads. The IGBC accepts no responsibility for any accidents or injuries that might be sustained by participants on the tour.

Discover LEED Dublin 5k Tour

General Info

Event Type(s) Walks & Tours
Admission / Cost FREE
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Irish Green Building Council

About The Irish Green Building Council – IGBC is a non-profit organisation launched in 2011 with the aim of accelerating the transformation of the built environment, related industry and supply chain to one that is sustainable through leadership, research, education, and providing policy input to national and local government.
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