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Sometimes looking back is essential to moving forward

Every year since 2008, we’ve published an annual report to update members on our organization’s activities, supporters and financial status. This annual retrospective provides a succinct glimpse of our accomplishments and lessons learned.

We believe reflecting on our past performance is helpful in making sure we’re headed in the right direction. So join us for a walk down memory lane. May it lead us toward continued success in the future.

2014 – A Time of Transformation

The 2014 Annual Report highlights USGBC’s impact and strategies in ushering forward better buildings across the globe, with its increasing number of solutions-oriented initiatives, community and staff.

2013 – USGBC Employee Spotlight

Take a peek inside the doors of 2101 L Street in our 2013 Annual Report featuring USGBC’s talented employees, who are as interesting as the built environment they work to transform.

2012 – Strength in Numbers

In celebration of USGBC's 20th anniversary, the 2012 Annual Report takes a look back at the top 20 milestones in USGBC history.

2011 – Year-End Report

Our 2011 Year-End Report takes a look at the programs that lay the groundwork and set the bar for our community's successes to date.

2010 – Year-End Report

Our 2010 Year-End Report provides an overview of USGBC’s programs and initiatives as well as our end-of-the-year financial status.

2009 – How Do We Measure Building Performance?

Our Annual Report 2009 explores the past, present and future of the green building movement.

2008 – 15 Years, 15 Stories

15 Years, 15 Stories marked the 15th anniversary of USGBC as well as our first-ever annual report.

USGBC's mission

To transform the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated, enabling an environmentally and socially responsible, healthy, and prosperous environment that improves the quality of life.

USGBC's vision

Buildings and communities will regenerate and sustain the health and vitality of all life within a generation.