USGBC - Florida Gulf Coast Chapter | U.S. Green Building Council
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USGBC - Florida Gulf Coast Chapter

Member since 2010

USGBC Florida Gulf Coast Chapter, c/o Florida Atlantic University, College of Engineering and Computer Science
777 Glades Road, Room EE 329
Boca Raton, FL 33431-0991

The USGBC Florida Gulf Coast Chapter, a nonprofit (501[c][3]) organization that is governed entirely by volunteers who serve without recompense, has three extremely active Branches under its organizational umbrella -- the Tampa Bay Branch, the Myakka River Branch, and the Southwest Florida Branch. Our Chapter family has nearly 1,000 dedicated Members and Friends, and would enthusiastically welcome you and your business to our group.

USGBC Florida Gulf Coast Chapter members are engaged in numerous educational and outreach activities, making a real difference in our community. It’s
through the work of our volunteers on various committees at the three
Branches that our Chapter's education and advocacy efforts flourish.
Mission: To lead the region toward sustainability by encouraging and advancing environmentally friendly knowledge and values as they pertain to the built environment and its relationship and impact on nature and human kind.
Vision: To hand the next generation a healthy, self-sustaining Florida.
We build green buildings and communities. Energy-efficient, water-efficient, daylight-filled, toxin- and-pollutant-free buildings in walkable communities with access to fresh food and green space, with recycling and composting on the premises. It takes all of us working together to fashion these places that protect our planet and nourish our souls. And we’re creating more of them every day.
There are hundreds people in our Gulf Coast communities who are undertaking this important work. They are engineers, architects, developers and building facility managers. They are lawyers, scientists, business owners, manufacturers and writers. They are teachers and students.
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September 30, 2010 - Present