You have until Dec. 1 to submit comments on proposed LEED-H v2008 changes.
While a new law does not ban the green building rating system, the Palmetto State pushes back on LEED’s material disclosure credits.
The Buckeye State holds on to its rep as a political battleground with a new fight emerging over the use of LEED in public projects.
Just in time for Greenbuild, the USGBC announces this year's class of LEED Fellows.
After months of study, the GSA recommends the federal government continue to use LEED, but also recommends using Green Globes as well.
Using a per-capita analysis of LEED buildings per state, USGBC releases a top 10 list for 2013.
The State Senate passes its anti-LEED legislation and sends it to the House for further voting.
Two editors take an eight-week journey down the path to LEED accreditation.
More than four years after its predecessor, and one year later than originally planned, LEED v4 will be launched at Greenbuild 2013. Was the wait worth it?
A guide to lighting credits in the LEED System.
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