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Published on 27 Sep 2016 Written by Nora Knox Posted in LEED

USGBC® is constantly working to engage individuals and understand needs across the market.

Please help us by taking our brief survey to share what resources you need to help you with LEED v4.

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Published on 23 Sep 2016 Written by Rukesh Samarasekera Posted in LEED

The LEED v4 Stories series features the people the behind diverse LEED® v4 projects. Project team members and project owners...

Published on 23 Sep 2016 Written by Selina Holmes Posted in LEED

Registration closes on October 31, 2016 for all LEED® v3 rating systems. After that date, no new LEED v3 project registrations will be accepted. The next key deadline for these projects is the rating system sunset date in 2021....

Published on 22 Sep 2016 Written by Kunal Gulati Posted in LEED

Content provided by Michael Ventre of LADWP Communications.

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s (LADWP) continuous efforts to go green are closely entwined...

Published on 22 Sep 2016 Written by Mika Kania Posted in LEED

Green building practitioners from 12 locations across Asia gathered in Taipei, Taiwan, on August 25 and 26 for a productive discussion on implementing LEED® v4 in the region. The consensus: LEED v4 can be done in Asia. 

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Published on 21 Sep 2016 Written by Ashley Katz Posted in LEED

You asked for it, and we’ve got it!

Stop by USGBC booth #1425 at Greenbuild to pick up your very own pink oak leaf to get snapping! Take it...

Published on 20 Sep 2016 Written by Kunal Gulati Posted in LEED

Greenbuild 2016, "Iconic Green," raises the bar on LEED®. The future of our built environment is based on performance. The fitness trackers we wear on our wrists are now on...

Published on 19 Sep 2016 Written by Dean DiPietro Posted in LEED

LEED® is about transforming markets in pursuit of our shared vision of green buildings for everyone within this generation. Getting there requires continuous improvement—evolving, changing and adapting as we lead the industry to a...

Published on 16 Sep 2016 Written by Hannah Jane Brown Posted in LEED

Happy birthday, ranger! Recently, fans of the country’s most awesome public lands celebrated the National Park Service centennial. Since 1916, the National Park Service has been hard at work preserving...

Published on 15 Sep 2016 Written by Sara Cederberg Posted in LEED

At USGBC®, we’ve been excited to watch more and more companies take on zero waste goals for their campuses and facilities over the past few years. Resource efficiency and designing out waste are difficult concepts to write LEED...

Published on 13 Sep 2016 Written by Jack Fraser Posted in LEED

Applying many of the requirements for LEED® v4 for Building Operations and Maintenance: Existing Buildings (LEED O+M) can result in drastic reductions in energy use, water consumption and heating and cooling demands. Beyond...

Published on 06 Sep 2016 Written by Carrie Webster Posted in LEED

Starting November 1, the newest version of LEED®, LEED v4, will be the only choice for new project registrations. LEED v4 promises to bring increased technical stringency, encouragement for integrated design, a broader scope for...

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