Licensing and Certification

Green Building, Without LEED
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Green Building, Without LEED

A Charlotte, N.C., low-rise incorporates energy-efficient features but eschews the... More

BREEAM Enters U.S. to Compete with LEED
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BREEAM Enters U.S. to Compete with LEED

The leading green building rating program in the U.K. hopes to take on LEED's lead... More

USGBC's Pilot Program Renews Debate Over Lumber Qualifications for Green Building Programs
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USGBC's Pilot Program Renews Debate Over Lumber Qualifications for Green Building Programs

SFI, ATFS, and PEFC-certified wood all could join FSC in qualifying for LEED points. More

Fannie Mae HomeStyle Energy Program Rewards Energy, Water Efficiency
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Fannie Mae HomeStyle Energy Program Rewards Energy, Water Efficiency

Fannie Mae introduces a new loan option for clean energy and water-efficient homes. More

FHFA Seeks Input on Home Efficiency Disclosure
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FHFA Seeks Input on Home Efficiency Disclosure

The Federal Housing Financial Agency (FHFA) is currently seeking public comment on... More

Southern Methodist University's Oldest Building Achieves LEED Gold Certification
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Southern Methodist University's Oldest Building Achieves LEED Gold Certification

Dallas Hall is only the second 100-year-old building in the United States to... More

The 2015 LEED for Homes Award Winners
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The 2015 LEED for Homes Award Winners

The USGBC awards honor multi-and single-family residential and affordable housing... More

USGBC CEO to Step Down at the End of 2016
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USGBC CEO to Step Down at the End of 2016

A co-founder of the organization, Rick Fedrizzi has served as its CEO since 2003. More

Top and Bottom States for LEED by Certification Level and Space Type
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Top and Bottom States for LEED by Certification Level and Space Type

Which states and sectors really go for gold (and platinum)? Our heatmap uses... More

San Francisco City Hall Becomes the Oldest LEED Platinum Certified Building in the U.S.
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