The pavilion at shanghai EXPO 2010 come in all shapes, sizes and materials. Representing the theme "Better city, Better life", each pavilion is an opportunity to showcase cutting-edge design and construction methods that reduce waste, lower carbon footprints, increase sustainability, promote recyling and leverage creativity in using green materials.
As the world becomes more populated, increasingly industries and smaller due to globalization, the exhibition world is making great strides in the development of environmentally-friendly standards. Since even before EXPO 2000 in Hannover, the eyes of the exhibition world have looked to each EXPO to lead the way in the advancement of green exhibition techniques.
In the presentation, Mr, Ben Einer, President of the EWI Worldwide International division, reviewed leading green trends in the worldwide exhibition business, provided a historical perspective of EXPO pavilions and how it has promoted the advancement of green design/build techniques, and tried to forecast how "Better city, Better life" will help drive the design industry in the post EXPO 2010 world.
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