You want the best courses, and we've got them. Check out this month's selection of three courses to grow your LEED, green building and sustainability knowledge.
In March, increase your knowledge of trends and frameworks emerging in the world of sustainability and the built environment through these education resources. These courses are ideal for anyone looking for credential maintenance hours, particularly LEED Green Associates who don’t work in a technical capacity.
- The Well-Tempered Community. Created by USGBC and focused on the themes of a book by Jonathan F.P. Rose, this course delivers a comprehensive vision for communities that balance humans and nature and the landscape of opportunity so that all children have an equal chance to thrive, no matter where they live.
- Don't Throw Out the Baby OR the Bathwater: Young Children as a Key Piece of the Sustainable Building. The USGBC Missouri Gateway Chapter addresses sustainable design as a technological challenge in designing for sustainable development. Current research illustrates why young children are fundamentally important in achieving global sustainable development.
- Transforming Our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Education Partner Green Building Research Institute analyzes the United Nations' 2030 Agenda, a set of 17 aspirational "Global Goals" with 169 targets to combat poverty, hunger and climate change, among other international challenges.
Each course is available for individual purchase at $45. You can also access the courses through the Education @USGBC subscription.