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On Earth Day, a look back at the first LEED Platinum building
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation reflects on pioneering LEED Platinum certification.
2020 LEED Homes Awards nominations open
Nominate your extraordinary LEED residential project by May 15.
Tips for staying healthy while working from home (USGBC National Capital Region)
Community member Lida Lewis shares tips for creating a good work-from-home environment.
Call for GBCI Credentialing Steering Committee members
Apply by May 22 to join the committee that governs our credentialing programs.
Join USGBC and Ceres at the LEAD on Climate 2020 virtual event
Register for the largest virtual advocacy event for climate action yet.
Coming soon: International education series for Europe and Latin America
The top-quality education planned for our Greenbuild Europe and Mexico conferences is now a virtual series.
10 popular Education @USGBC courses this spring
Explore new and evergreen education resources that have been popular with users recently.
The growth and evolution of LEED for Cities and Communities (USGBC Los Angeles)
The chair of the LEED for Cities and Communities Working Group shares his thoughts on the rating system.
4 residential tips to save energy (USGBC National Capital Region)
Montgomery County shares strategies for saving energy and lowering your utility costs.
USGBC Minnesota achieves 100 million square feet of LEED-certified space
Since USGBC Minnesota's founding, the state has achieved great progress within the green building community.
Georgia World Congress Center Authority transforms for community during the pandemic
The Atlanta convention center has become a temporary medical space for COVID-19 patients.
Resources roundup: Indoor environmental quality
Check out some of our existing resources on how indoor air quality can promote human health.