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CHP-Equipped District Energy: A Winning Strategy for LEED and PEER

Questions about energy efficiency LEED and PEER  and Combined Heat and Power (CHP) for your buildings?  Join us on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at 2:00 PM EST for a free  143 more words

Business Law

Green Building January Luncheon: Creating Healthy Places

On January 10th, Dr. Matthew Trowbridge, Associate Professor in the UVA School of Medicine’s Department of Emergency Medicine and Director of the UVA-USGBC Green Health Partnership… 231 more words

Announcements

WUCOLS and the Drive Toward Landscape Water Conservation in California

Want to do the environmentally responsible thing and install a drought tolerant landscape? The first thing you could do is rip out your lawn and install trees, shrubs and ground cover. 662 more words

Landscape Architecture

Conferences

One part of my job I really enjoy is attending professional conferences. As an engineer, this might make me somewhat unique. I am no longer surprised at the value of thoughts and ideas I get from even unlikely conference presentations. 1,004 more words

Business

Dill, EP Committee host On The Table 2016 discussion

Bringing together a wide range of energy, sustainability and environmental professionals, the U.S. Green Building Council Illinois Emerging Professionals Committee hosted its third annual On The Table discussion from 6-8 p.m. 533 more words

Events

USGBC announces new LEED pilot credit

Last week the U.S. Green Building Council announced in a press release a new pilot credit related to wood. The new pilot Alternative Compliance Path (ACP) credit is designed to help eliminate irresponsibly sourced materials from the building material supply chain, such as illegal wood. 227 more words