Federal Summit 2010: Leadership in Sustainability from Coast to Coast
May 18-19, 2010
We in the green building industry must step up and make sustainable design, construction and retrofits central to our nation’s economic recovery. The government sector is a significant part of the job growth and economic promise of green building. You can be part of that growth!
- Much of the $787 billion in federal stimulus money supports green retrofits of publicly owned buildings at the local, state and federal levels.
- The federal government alone owns and operates some 500,000 buildings.
- The federal government has a 28 percent greenhouse gas reduction target for federal operations by 2020.
- 30 percent of all LEED projects are government-owned.
Register today for Federal Summit 2010 »
Join the U.S. Green Building Council, government officials, industry leaders and experts from the non-profit community for two days of:
- High-quality education qualifying for continuing education hours toward satisfying GBCI’s LEED Professional Credential maintenance requirements as well as AIA continuing education.
- Policy-oriented discussions and presentations to help you understand what public green building policy means for you.
- Networking with the decision-makers you need to know to be part of the public sector's green building boom.
- For government employees only, the additional half-day Government Forum will offer government-focused programming.
Learn more and register by May 4 for early-bird discounts »
Nominate Someone for a Federal Green Building Leadership Award
Federal Summit 2010 will again feature USGBC’s Federal Green Building Leadership Award. For nearly a decade, the federal government has pioneered the use of LEED and innovative green building initiatives to lead by example in advancing the sustainability of the built environment. The Federal Green Building Leadership Award program honors this crucial work by recognizing individuals within the federal government who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in and commitment to green building.
Submit your nomination by April 2 »