U.S. Green Building Council

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Net Zero Communities: An Attainable Goal Net Zero Communities: An Attainable Goal

Steven Winter shares his wisdom on how we can get to net zero and beyond. More

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Tilt-Up Offers Sustainable Option Tilt-Up Offers Sustainable Option

Choosing this construction method offers builders a variety of sustainable opportunities. More

Powell to Keynote Greenbuild
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Powell to Keynote Greenbuild

Retired general and former secretary of state, Colin L. Powell, will give the... More

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Obtainable Target Obtainable Target

Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to spend a lot of green to build green. More

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U.S. Conference of Mayors Embraces Green Building Agenda

The U.S. Conference of Mayors (USCM) showed its staunch support for green building at its annual meeting last week in Oklahoma City by passing five resolutions that benefit the built environment. More

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Multifamily Apartment Firms Remain Committed to Green Despite Economy Multifamily Apartment Firms Remain Committed to Green Despite Economy

Multifamily Apartment Firms Remain Committed to Green Despite Economy More

Multifamily Crawls Out of Green Infancy
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Multifamily Crawls Out of Green Infancy

The struggles of multifamily real estate in addressing the green movement. More

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USGBC Unveils Updates to LEED for Commercial, Institutional Buildings

Last week, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) released LEED 2009, the latest version of its LEED green building rating system for commercial and institutional buildings. LEED 2009 is one of the major components of LEED v3, which offers improvements to the overall system and also includes a smarter, easier-to-use online tool for managing the registration and certification process as well as a new building certification model administered by the Green Building Certification Institute. More

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