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Guide: USGBC San Diego brings sustainability to non-profits

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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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Renee Daigneault

Interim Executive Director USGBC - San Diego Chapter

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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
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San Diego always does a great job at outreach! Thanks for continuing the excellent efforts!

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