The Strength of Green Construction in Modern India

Akshit Lamba

Assistant Professor - Department of Civil Engineering Kalinga University, New Raipur

Rapid urbanisation has increased the magnitude and speed of social, economical, and ecological supportability, putting them to the test. This necessitates looking at their intricate connections, especially in a rapidly agriculturalizing country like India. At the same time, urban biological systems and environments have consistently become more receptive to the nation’s expanding growth opportunities. Any urban development has a negative impact on the surrounding nature because it frequently necessitates extensive construction work that eventually consumes a significant portion of our green space, intensifying the effects of the current eco-ecological problems like resource utilisation, environmental change, and ecological corruption. Today, the concept of “Green Buildings” has emerged as the natural next step for modern India. It is becoming more and more elementary. The term “green” calls for a workable strategy that ensures the coordinated and effective use of energy, water, and other resources required for projects. Additionally, this methodology can aid in reducing the impact on human welfare and the environment over the course of a suitably designed structure’s entire existence. This approach focuses more on the detailed fundamental all-encompassing methodology for sustainable utilisation of the common assets through reasonable arranging rather than conceptualising the structure. Such decently built green constructions are resource efficient and eco-friendly since they use less energy, water, and other common resources.

Green buildings offer certain financial benefits in addition to the environmental ones. These can include things like cost reserve funds on utility bills for people or families, reduced development costs and higher property estimation for building engineers, increased habitation rates or lower working costs for building owners, and business age.  Additionally, it has been demonstrated by global industrial trends that sustainable living also has a good social impact. The majority of these benefits are associated with the health and prosperity of people who live or work in green environments.  Considering the enigmas, buyers are also favourable to this logical modification. Makers and designers around the country have responded positively and favourably to dynamically growing awareness of the benefits of using eco-accommodating products in recent years. However, the purchasers must still be aware of this wonder’s porousness.


As a result, it has a better chance of having higher resale or rental attributes. In the modern world, where India is moving toward shared financial spaces to increase cost-effectiveness, profitability, and supportability, it is essential to choose a more eco-friendly style of life to ensure a better and more promising future for humanity.

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