In this latest issue of the member magazine, USGBC+ explores the future of sustainable building solutions and LEED—from school districts to cities of all sizes to European countries. Take a look at our top stories:
What’s next for LEED: v4.1, Recertification and LEED Zero: Get up to speed on the future of LEED. The LEED v4.1 update is designed to equip project teams with the right tools to better understand building performance, demonstrate that sustainability goals are met and identify opportunities for improvement.
The four commandments of sustainable coworking spaces: More and more, professionals are seeking working spaces that are flexible and cost-effective, all packaged in an attractive design that promotes social connectivity and sustainability.
The iconic Space Needle has completed the first phase of its Century Project: The renovation transformed the landmark’s guest experience by replacing walls and flooring with more than 20,000 square feet of glass.
“By organizing, inventing and speaking up for what we believe in, we are proving that we are creative, we are resilient, we care, and most importantly, we need a seat at the table. Including youth in climate change conversations provides immense value,” —Karan Jerath, student at the University of Texas at Austin, and United Nations Young Leader
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