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USGBC NY Webinar: Long Island Municipal Codes and LEED Building - What You Don't Know, September 2, 11:45 am EDT

Building Codes,Long Island,USGBC Long Island,Municipal Green Building

by samanthaklein Intern

Is your company or organization aware of Long Island's Codes that incentivize LEED Certified buildings? All over Long Island, municipalities and utilities provide property tax exemptions and/or money back for LEED Certification ena… more...

  Filed under: Municipal Initiatives

0 replies | 605 views | Posted on: 08/13/2020 | Last updated: 08/13/2020

Municipal Green Building Conference and Expo (MGBCE), Online, August 21-22

Healthy Building,Social Equity,Workforce Development,Healthy Buildings,Equity,Municipal Green Building

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

Since its inception in 2001, MGBCE has become the longest-running and largest gathering of leading sustainability and green building advocates within both the public and private sectors of Southern California. This year, over 1,000 atten… more...

0 replies | 804 views | Posted on: 08/10/2020 | Last updated: 08/10/2020

(Now Online!) Building Tech Forum 2020: Roadmap to 2050, April 29, Boston, MA

Green Building,USGBC Massachusetts,green technology

by Built Environment Plus (Formerly USGBC Massachusetts)

COVID-19 Update from Built Environment Plus / USGBC MA Location: Remote Web Conference Date: Wednesday, April 29th, 2020 from 5:30 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT) ** In response to the increasing spread of the novel coronavirus/COVID-19, we are… more...

0 replies | 1622 views | Posted on: 03/15/2020 | Last updated: 07/31/2020

Webinar: A Deep Dive into Air Permitting - Volatile Organic Compound Rules, August 19, 10 am EDT

Air Quality,Indoor Air Quality,Air Pollution,Pollution,Michigan,Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE)

by samanthaklein Intern

Volatile Organic Compounds are regulated under Part 6 and Part 7 of the state air pollution control rules. Part 6 is applicable to “existing” sources and Part 7 is applicable to “new” sources. Did you know that &ldqu… more...

  Filed under: State Initiatives

0 replies | 715 views | Posted on: 07/25/2020 | Last updated: 07/25/2020

Achieving Net-Zero Energy Buildings, September 25, 8am-12:30pm, Washington, DC

Sustainable Communities,Sustainability,Sustainable Architecture,Net zero,Zero Net Energy,Net Zero Energy,zero energy buildings

by Connie NBI

Presenters will introduce zero energy definitions and provide an overview of trends and strategies for zero energy market adoption and growth. We will outline the technologies, processes, and approaches common in zero energy buildings and r… more...

0 replies | 647 views | Posted on: 08/29/2018 | Last updated: 09/20/2018

Webinar: USGBC New Volunteer Orientation, October 16, 2018

Green Building,USGBC

by Aditya

We are all in to get everyone in a green building in this generation and volunteers are a key part of accomplishing this big goal. Volunteers were at the core of USGBC’s foundation in 1993, and continue to contribute vital skills, knowled… more...

0 replies | 619 views | Posted on: 07/10/2018 | Last updated: 07/10/2018

Developers Urged to Go Green in Cebu, Phillipines

by YijunW

Going green in construction and facilities is not just about good looks and savings on utility bills, but more and also about the building resilience, health, and well-being of every single person. However, being a “green building” is n… more...

0 replies | 741 views | Posted on: 06/04/2018 | Last updated: 06/28/2018

U.S. Postal Service Seeks Solar Project Proposals for Facilities in California, DC, Massachusetts and New Jersey

by YijunW

The United States Postal Service (USPS) is looking for renewable energy generation project in California, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Washington, D.C. "The United States Postal Service ... requests proposals to lease and/or enter int… more...

0 replies | 996 views | Posted on: 05/05/2018 | Last updated: 05/09/2018

Parks & Water Lobby Day Boston Nov 2 10 AM - 3 PM

Environmental League of Massachusetts,Appalachian Mountain Club,Mass Rivers Alliance,the Trust for Public Land,Green Budget Coalition

by Amy

Please join your friends and fellow park and water advocates from around Massachusetts for an exciting Lobby Day at the State House this fall! The event will be focused on advocating for funding for the Department of Conservation & Recreati… more...

0 replies | 507 views | Posted on: 10/17/2017 | Last updated: 10/17/2017

Green Spaces Promote Safer Neighborhoods

by PatPrince317 Lifelong Learner and Green Energy Aficionado

I came across this the other day. I thought it was interesting because there is some cynicism involved with taxpayer money going into green spaces because hey think the spending on parks has a poor return on investment. The University Illin… more...

  Filed under: Municipal Initiatives

0 replies | 1865 views | Posted on: 01/05/2017 | Last updated: 10/13/2017

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