New LEED Pilot Credit: How Economic Analysis is Making the Case for Sustainable Design - Webinar, 11/30, 2 pm EST

  • 30 Nov 2016
New LEED Pilot Credit: How Economic Analysis  is Making the Case for Sustainable Design - Webinar, 11/30, 2 pm EST
Event Description

Attend this Sustainable City Network webinar to learn about the new LEED Pilot Credit - Informing Design Using Triple Bottom Line Analysis – and how you can earn it.

This new pilot credit requires calculating the triple bottom line (TBL) value of LEED credits, which can be a complicated process. Endorsed by the USGBC, Impact Infrastructure's "Autocase for Sustainable Buildings" simplifies the task by automating the calculations required and auto-generating results for submission.
Using case studies, your hosts will show:

• How to measure costs and benefits of LEED credits from the perspectives of building owners, tenants, society and the environment,
• How a project team can determine and communicate the overall value of a LEED certified building, and
• How to assess the value of LEED credits to support more impactful designs.
Register now to attend this live webinar on Wednesday, Nov. 30, beginning at 2 p.m. Eastern (1 p.m. Central, noon Mountain, and 11 a.m. Pacific)

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