Friday Roundup: Top 10 States for LEED makes major headlines
The announcement of our Top 10 States for LEED drew media attention far and wide this week, including:
- Which States Have the Most 'Green' Building Space?, Bloomberg BNA
- Va. ranks 3rd in US for ‘green’ buildings, Associated Press
- Illinois ranked #1 in LEED-certified green buildings, WBEZ Chicago (NPR)
- California Rises in Sustainability Grades, San Diego Union-Tribune
- Maryland ranked second in green building activity, Baltimore Sun
- NC ranked 7th for LEED-certified buildings, Charlotte Observer
- Oregon among leaders in LEED green building, The Oregonian
- Hawaii debuts on top 10 green building states list, Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Meanwhile, in other green building news:
Canon in Melville wins top environmental designation, Newsday. Congratulations to Canon USA, whose headquarters became the largest LEED Gold facility on Long Island.
Planning for the Long Term: Why Hospital CFOs Should Consider Green Strategies, Becker’s Hospital Review.
Letter to the Editor: Ohio Senate measure would ruin LEED certification, The Plain Dealer.
Monroe Hall recognized for sustainability, The Lamron (SUNY Geneseo). Way to go Blue Knights!