Adding to its growing list of firsts, Levi’s® Stadium has become the first stadium in the United States that is home to a professional football team to receive…
Ranked on a per capita basis, Illinois was the top state in new LEED green-building certifications in 2013, according to a new “Top 10″ list.
Ohio appears to be paying the price for its green schools success – the chemical industry is targeting the state’s use of LEED certification standards.
The marketing advantages that come with green labels spur developers to reach for higher performance standards when they design and build sustainable buildings.
Ohio officials say the data shows savings in energy and money with LEED schools, and the program provides “a healthier indoor environment.”
Passive House, Minergie, LEED Platinum – Karuna House in Yamhill County, Ore., has become the first in the world to claim all three certifications.
The U.S. Green Building Council says LEED v4 will bring “better, cleaner, healthier buildings where people live and work.”