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  • LEED 2012 Ballot Postponed Until June 1, 2013

    USGBC delays ballot on LEED 2012 until 2013, renames the system upgrade to LEED v4, and adds a fifth public comment period.

  • Earth Day is Every Day

    Denis Hayes, CEO of Seattle's Bullitt Foundation, talked to ECO-STRUCTURE about the client side of a Living Building Challenge project.

  • The House That Wind Built

    Renewable energy reigns at House of Vestas, a new LEED Platinum office building for a global wind-turbine manufacturer in Aarhus, Denmark.

  • Gathering Spot

    The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation converts an asphalt parking lot into a LEED Platinum campus that aims to offer a more natural site.

  • Showcase for Reuse

    A Silicon Valley developer who specializes in sustainable office buildings becomes his own client with a LEED Gold–certified renovation.

  • Industrial Renaissance

    A new model for industrial development focuses on reducing carbon footprints and benefiting the surrounding community.

  • Face Off

    Building booms come in shades of green.

  • Sun Child

    Working across disciplines is the path to energy efficiency, says Alicia Ravetto, AIA.

  • Give Your Comments on LEED 2012 Now

    The fourth public comment period for LEED 2012 is now open. The balloting period for USGBC members commences on June 1.

  • GSA Approves Three Green-Building Certification Systems for Use

    Green Globes and the Living Building Challenge join LEED in passing the GSA’s review for use in federal projects, an increase from just LEED in 2007.