All in: Showcasing the diversity of the global green building movement [USGBC+ November/December 2017] | U.S. Green Building Council
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PIck up the latest issue of USGBC+ at Greenbuild 2017.

The November/December 2017 issue of USGBC+ features people, places and projects all reaching for higher sustainability standards through innovation in green building and business. As the host of Greenbuild 2017, the city of Boston proves its impact on green building in this issue through profiles of its numerous LEED projects and community engagement.

USGBC+ is the official media partner of Greenbuild Boston. Pick up a free copy of the November/December issue at the following locations within the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center:

  • Onsite registration (the majority of magazines will be here)
  • USGBC booth #1438
  • Publication bins on the Expo Hall floor
  • USGBC signature events

Take a look at four of our top stories from the issue:

10-minute read

Texas cities’ sustainability initiatives showcase green state culture: In our biggest and reddest state, people are putting the land they love first through climate resiliency programs, green building programs, sustainability action plans and environmental research.

5-minute read

Sustainability efforts compounded by complementary rating systems: Leaders of complex sustainable spaces, Denver’s Canopy Airport Parking and Pittsburgh’s Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens explain how their projects leveraged the crosswalk between LEED and other rating systems.

Project spotlight

Boston reaches new heights with stellar LEED Platinum spaces: 888 Boylston Street adds to the Boston skyline while boasting innovative green features and creating a meaningful impact on the city’s environment and its residents.

Shareable quote

“We are affirming our dedication to making green buildings healthier, more accessible and more integrated into communities that support well-being and economic prosperity. It is a declaration that we are invested in a sustainable future that benefits people from every race, class and creed all over the world.” Mahesh Ramanujam, President and CEO of USGBC and GBCI, shares his vision for a future made better by sustainable development and green building.

To receive 1 hour of GBCI CE credit, read the magazine online and then take the quiz in Education @USGBC. Learn more.

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