Guide: USGBC San Diego brings sustainability to non-profits | U.S. Green Building Council
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Looking for a new way to bring green building education to your community? The USGBC San Diego Chapter’s Green Assistance Program is bringing sustainable design strategies to non-profits in Balboa Park, allowing the organizations to turn building energy and cost savings into new funding streams for community-focused programs. To help the non-profits achieve LEED certification at a low cost, the Green Assistance Program engages volunteer building professionals looking for design experience to achieve a LEED Accredited Professional designation. It’s a win for the design community and the community at large in San Diego!

Through the support of a 2013 Chapters Impact Grant, the USGBC San Diego Chapter created a replication guide for other USGBC chapters and like-minded organizations to pursue similar projects across the country.



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Director, Technical Policy, U.S. Green Building Council
This is a wonderful project. Very proud to see all of this success compiled here in writing and in digital media! Well done, Doug, Ravi and team!!
Architect USGBC Faculty, Greenscape, LLC
Pro Reviewer
San Diego always does a great job at outreach! Thanks for continuing the excellent efforts!

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