Friday Roundup: Going to Greenbuild, LEED at risk in Ohio
Here’s our weekly collection of green building clips:
Greenbuild expo slated for Philadelphia, Daily Commercial News. Join us next week in the City of Brotherly Love for the world’s biggest gathering dedicated to the green building movement.
Schaffer resolution a bad idea, Lancaster Eagle Gazette. Ohio’s made huge progress in creating healthy, safe spaces for learning — don’t let the big chemical lobby scale back its progress.
LEED vs. Green Globes, Portland Tribune. “Conclusion: LEED is a more rigorous, broad-based, credible system that delivers more environmental benefits."
As Good As Gold: NPR Headquarters Earns LEED Gold Certification, NPR. Washington, D.C., just got a little greener. Congratulations NPR!
5 ways buildings have reached a 'GREEN' tipping point, GreenBiz. “In the next decade, buildings will become more grid-responsive, resilient, efficient, energy-positive and networked,” says Johnson Controls’ Clay Nesler.
Grand Rapids schools approved to host Michigan's first Green Schools Fellow, Grand Rapids Press.
Green builds take on an urgency in the UAE, Gulf News.