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Published on 27 Oct 2014 Written by Selina Holmes Posted in LEED

We know that no two companies are the same, and each has its own unique culture, needs, goals and processes. With that in mind, we want to make LEED work for you.

Whether you're connected to the project from the building owner/manger side or you're a green building service...

Published on 23 Oct 2014 Written by Rick Fedrizzi Posted in LEED

The global marketplace, our world’s unfathomably vast network of goods and services, cash and currency, has always been about much, much more than money alone.

From the earliest days of bartering to our present-day e-commerce economy, the products we sell and the purchases we make...

Published on 21 Oct 2014 Written by Taryn Holowka Posted in LEED

Today, from the Materials and Health Summit at the annual Greenbuild International Conference and Expo, USGBC announced the forward plan...

Published on 20 Oct 2014 Written by Adam Maynard Posted in LEED

We’ve always said that LEED is more than a collection of credits—it’s a system supported by a suite of built-in support mechanisms. In the case of LEED v4 for Neighborhood Development, we’ve redesigned the supporting infrastructure to further strengthen the rating system...

Published on 20 Oct 2014 Written by Sara Cederberg Posted in LEED

The USGBC call is now open for self-nominations of qualified volunteers to serve on the Integrative Process Working Group.

Apply today through Nov. 23, 2014

To be...

Published on 16 Oct 2014 Written by Scot Horst Posted in LEED

LEED is the only globally consistent green building rating tool. This consistency provides a platform to share best practice in building around the world. But because environmental and climate conditions, codes, standards and laws vary in different places, we have developed Alternative...

Published on 16 Oct 2014 Written by Scot Horst Posted in LEED

Design is defined as “an intentional purposeful plan.” To me, that always has meant that the quality of the design has to do with the dimensions that it addresses. The better the design, the greater the dimensions. Good design is beautiful and functional but also responsible and...

Published on 16 Oct 2014 Written by Selina Holmes Posted in LEED

We know that no two companies are the same, and each has its own unique culture, needs, goals and processes. With that in mind, we want to make LEED work for you.

Whether you're connected to the project from the building owner/manger side or you're a green building service...

Published on 15 Oct 2014 Written by Sue Clark Posted in LEED

In February 2014, USGBC contacted Sweden Green Building Council (SGBC) and other European members of the LEED International Roundtable to introduce a work project to create Europe-specific Alternative Compliance Paths (ACPs) for LEED BD+C 2009.

This was something that...

Published on 14 Oct 2014 Written by Selina Holmes Posted in LEED

Looking for study materials for the updated LEED Green Associate exam? Or perhaps you need a LEED 2009 or v4 reference guide?

You'll find these and more at Greenbuild 2014 in the Merchandise Booth.

Publication discounts...

Published on 14 Oct 2014 Written by Ashley White Posted in LEED

Imagine being able to readily access and interpret human health and environmental attributes of any building product—ingredient lists, health and ecosystem hazards, life cycle data, assessments, and more. Making specification and purchasing decisions that prioritize health and benefit the...

Published on 13 Oct 2014 Written by Soren Horst Posted in LEED

You’ve got the visually pleasing LEED Dynamic Plaque, USGBC’s groundbreaking building performance platform, mounted on the wall of your LEED-certified building. Now what?

USGBC’s Vice President of Finance and...

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