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Join a USGBC region

Regions are the local voice of USGBC.

Join one of our regions and experience the heart of our grassroots efforts to transform the built environment. USGBC regions promote our global mission at the community level.


Take a look at our regions

More than 22,000 have joined USGBC nationwide.

Our local network promotes sustainable building, advocates for green building policies and builds networks of allies where it matters most — in the local community.

As a local member, you can:

  • Connect with green building peers within your community
  • Strengthen your leadership and management skills
  • Access USGBC education and training resources
  • Make an immediate and measurable difference in your community, while contributing to the larger green building movement

Every region tells a story about our mission

The diversity of local members, the depth of their passion and the creativity of their innovation drive the success of the green building industry. The stories of their successes and strategies can inspire your next great idea.

In Community 2016-05-04 16:18

Augusta Green Scene: A stroll through history (USGBC Georgia)

The Augusta Branch of USGBC Georgia, in partnership with Historic Augusta, Inc., recently hosted a walking tour of historic buildings, both renovated and nonrenovated. Chris Lehi, the Augusta Branch Chair, welcomed more than 40 people and introduced Robyn Anderson, the Preservation Services Director for Historic Augusta. Historic Augusta, Inc. is a private, nonprofit membership organization dedicated to the preservation of the historic built environment of Augusta and Richmond County, Ga....

In Community 2016-05-04 14:08

Greenbuild scholarship recipients from around the globe: Part IV

For the past eight years, USGBC has offered scholarships to make Greenbuild accessible to people who would otherwise not be able to attend. For Greenbuild 2015, 94 individuals received a scholarship. Recipients represent a diverse group of people from around the world. Each one has a story to tell and brings their own passion to their work. Each one has a role to play in making green buildings and communities a reality for all.  As we lead up to Greenbuild 2016 in Los...

In Community 2016-05-04 11:54

Green ribbons for the bluegrass state (USGBC Kentucky)

This week, the U.S. Department of Education announced the 2016 Green Ribbon Schools honorees. Again this year, as they have every year since the awards began in 2012, Kentucky schools earned this distinguished honor. We applaud these three schools as they enter the pantheon of Kentucky's green school stewards of excellence: Eastern Elementary School, Lexington: Coordinated Health and Energy Conservation Russell Cave Elementary, Lexington: All Hands on Deck for Energy...

In Community 2016-05-04 09:58

Learning, living and loving at the Convergence Community Advancement Summit

USGBC is proud of its global community of leaders. From local volunteers to national members to LEED Fellows (and sometimes all three at once), we are grateful for the movers and shakers that make our bold mission possible.  The Community Advancement Summit at Convergence is USGBC’s annual opportunity to celebrate and educate our most engaged stakeholders. This year, representatives from USGBC’s local communities, emerging professionals, community partners,...

Emerging Professionals enhance their communities

USGBC's Emerging Professionals program provides unique opportunities for millennials to lead, take action, and share life together.

Experiences

Lead or participate in a local green building experiences or events.

Education

Gain access to USGBC’s green building education, LEED project experience and LEED exam support.

Events

Cultivate a local and global community of action orientented peers, via gatherings and events.


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Transform your campus with USGBC Students

Representing students from all disciplines, student groups are a way for hundreds of young leaders to come together and participate in hands-on green building experiences on their own campuses. We help students integrate sustainability themes into their coursework and advocate for sustainable university practices and policies.

USGBC students receive:

  • Discounts on local membership and admission to events including Greenbuild
  • Complimentary or discounted access to many LEED education materials
  • Access to a network of local professionals, and opportunities to engage in national programs and events, such as Campus Conservation Nationals.

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