• Dr. Vinod N. Sambrani Associate Professor, Kousali Institute of Management Studies, Karnatak University, Dharwad – 580003
  • Chinta Sunny Augustine Rao Research Scholar, Kousali Institute of Management Studies, Karnatak University, Dharwad – 580003


Green structures, sustainability, environment, development


Purpose:  Biological lopsided characteristics and biodiversity issues are expanding step by step. Numerous researchers and scientists are talking about national issues like carbon credits, a dangerous atmospheric deviation and atmosphere changes coming about into normal catastrophes and calamities in national and global gatherings. Abundance use of characteristic assets as crude materials by manufacturing plants, ventures and other business associations has prompted increment in natural contamination and there is likewise gigantic weight on these assets of our Earth to satisfy prerequisites of coming ages.

Design/methodology/approach: The study is primarily based upon the secondary data. For this extant literature related to the topic from different databases, websites and other available sources were collected. A systematic review of collected literature was done in detail.

Practical implication: Green building is one of measures been advanced to alleviate significant effects of the building stock on the earth, society and economy. Be that as it may, there is absence of an orderly audit of this extensive number of concentrates that is basic for the future undertaking. The most recent decades have seen fast developing number of concentrates on green building. Could 'green' structures decidedly add to business execution and hierarchical viability? Will 'green' structures influence abnormal state hierarchical results, for example, productivity, consumer loyalty and advancement? How do the physical characteristics of green structures influence the physiological, mental, subjective and social working of building inhabitants at the individual dimension? It is discovered that the current examinations played predominately centre around the ecological part of green building. Different elements of maintainability


of green building, particularly the social supportability is to a great extent disregarded.


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How to Cite

Dr. Vinod N. Sambrani, & Chinta Sunny Augustine Rao. (2019). GREEN BUILDING: THE NEED OF THE HOUR. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 5(5). Retrieved from