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Advocacy Update: Promoting policy for energy efficiency, resilience & green schools

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July was another busy month for USGBC’s advocacy shop. Working hand-in-hand with our invaluable volunteers and member companies, our team is building stronger ties with our networks, empowering community action and advancing sound public policy to accelerate green building all across the country. 

In July we’ve been active on federal legislation that advances energy efficiency, supports infrastructure finance and promotes true green building leadership. We’re also fostering new collaborative efforts on the ground to better support sustainable cities and resilient communities.

Read our full July update to learn more about some of last month’s highlights »


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    Jason Hartke made 10 contributions in the last 6 months

Jason Hartke

Vice President, National Policy and Advocacy U.S. Green Building Council

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