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  • Canada Uses Six Principles for Healthy Building Envelope

    Within the Ottawa, Ontario-based Canada Green Building Council’s LEED program, Materials and Resources credit 8 for Durable Buildings encourages these performance objectives. MRc8 contributes 1 point to the building’s LEED rating but more importantly provides a six-step process to prevent...

     
  • Alliance Reaches Out

    Jeffrey Harris, vice president for programs for the Washington, D.C.-based Alliance to Save Energy, discusses the organization's purpose and goals.

     
  • Vegetated-roof Failure Teaches Lessons

    The original vegetated roof on the M Financial Building in Portland, Ore., never lived up to expectations.

     
  • Horst Discusses the Future of LEED

    Scot Horst, president of Horst Inc. and chair of USGBC's LEED Steering Committee shares his thoughts about the future of the rating system and where the industry is headed.

     
  • BIM Facilitates Greener Buildings

    Strategies for conserving energy in tomorrow’s buildings have taken center stage in the push to decrease the environmental impact of the built environment.

     
  • Assessing Life-Cycle Assessment

    Apply balanced judgment when using LCA.

     
  • reallifeleed.com

    Documenting buildings for the USGBC is a complex process. by sharing his experiences with LEED, Joel McKellar hopes to make it a little easier.

     
  • Harvard Library Services Building, Cambridge, Mass.

    Leers Weinzapfel Associates and Samuel Anderson Architects

     
  • Test Prep

    Strategies for passing the LEED exam on the first try.

     
  • USGBC Members Approve LEED 2009

    After more than a year's work, the U.S. Green Building Council announced the approval, by its 18,000 member organizations' ballots, of LEED 2009, a major overhaul of its green-building certification system for design and construction projects.

     
 
 
 

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