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Seeing Green in Philadelphia

Transit-oriented project is the first in the U.S. to earn LEED Platinum for Neighborhood Development. More

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Is Going Green Worth the Trouble?

Officials debate whether green certifications are worth the extra cost. More

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Builders Evaluate Value of LEED, as New Version Is Prepped

Builders evaluate the cost effectiveness of building to LEED standards, as the U.S. Green Building Council preps a new version its certification program for a November roll-out. More

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Portland Apartments Slated to Become First LEED Platinum HUD Project

A developer in Portland recently secured financing for a project scheduled to become the first LEED Platinum certified construction project funded through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. More

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Portland Apartments Slated to Become First LEED Platinum HUD Project

HFF arranges financing for nation's first LEED Platinum HUD property. More

Skanska USA Drops U.S. Chamber of Commerce Membership Over Anti-LEED Lobbying
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Skanska USA Drops U.S. Chamber of Commerce Membership Over Anti-LEED Lobbying

With strong words against the American High-Performance Buildings Coalition,... More

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Industry Reacts to LEED v4 Decision Industry Reacts to LEED v4 Decision

The USGBC membership vote in support of LEED v4 on July 2 ended many months of debate over updates to the green building rating system. Now, the conversation about what it all means is just beginning. More

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LEED and Building Rating Policies States Map
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LEED and Building Rating Policies States Map

Under pressure from industry, some states are turning against using LEED as a... More

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USGBC Releases 2012 List of Top 10 States for LEED USGBC Releases 2012 List of Top 10 States for LEED

Washington, D.C., tops the annual ranking of LEED-certified projects. More

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USGBC Fact Checks USA Today

In round four of the back and forth between USA Today and the USGBC over the on-going series on the green-building organization and LEED, USGBC vice president of LEED technical development Brendan Owens weighs in. More

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