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Neighborhoods Go Green Exhibit Open Nov 5 to Dec 14

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NEIGHBORHOODS GO GREEN! is a travelling exhibition that explores the construction and certification of green neighborhoods. By thinking on a larger scale, we can reorganize the places we live and work and dramatically reduce the impact of our lives on our neighborhoods—and on planet Earth.

This year's exhibit is in San Francisco—just steps away from the Moscone Center where Greenbuild 2012 is being held. Stop by the exhibit to learn more about neighborhoods and LEED. Topics include: Building a Greener Bay Area, Selecting a Smart Site, Creating Lively Places, Integrating Buildings and Infrastructure, Rating the Neighborhood, Designing a Model Green Neighborhood

Event details

November 5 - December 14
Pacific Gas & Electric’s Pacific Energy Center
851 Howard Street, Second Floor
San Francisco, CA

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