This article originally appeared on GreenBiz.com on July 22, 2014.
Are you a student, emerging professional, faith leader, community developer or non-traditional professional?
If so, we invite you to apply for a Greenbuild scholarship to attend Greenbuild 2014 from Oct. 22-24 in New Orleans, LA.
Apply by Aug. 4, 2014, at 9 am ET.
Looking for a LEED review to be completed this year, or before Greenbuild?
If so, be sure to submit for review on time! See below for application deadlines based on typical review timelines.
Deadlines to submit for review and achieve certification in 2014
The following deadlines apply to all commercial rating systems (not including LEED Volume), and assume that no appeal review is necessary. Appeal reviews typically take 20-25 business days, expedited appeal reviews are on a 10-business day timeline.
Vacation season is in full swing!
Take a look at our city maps on Pinterest to plan a visit to some of the best LEED certified spots in a few of America’s favorite cities. (Click the maps below to view on Pinterest).
SF is a top city for green building, so take a look at these unique attractions!
Want to play a little word association? Come on, indulge me, it will only take a few seconds.
Here's your word: home. Close your eyes and think about the words and imagery that come to mind as you toss this word around in your brain.
So, what did you think up?
LEED Fellow, Deepa Sathiaram, has worked on over 450 LEED projects in India and over 50 LEED projects globally.
Hear what she has to say about how she got to where she is in her career and what she thinks about the development of healthy building materials in India.
Q. How has your background led you to your current work?
LEED is a green building certification program that recognizes best-in-class building strategies and practices across the globe.
Watch our video to learn more about how LEED promotes better buildings and places that complement our environment and enhance our communities.
You’ve just completed a spectacular new LEED building, with its fine-tuned design and cutting-edge technologies. The team worked together perfectly (even the subcontractors), all of your synergistic strategies came together seamlessly, and the plaque ceremony was even attended by the governor!
Much has been happening with LEED on the international front so let's begin with the the top five things you must know, courtesy of Maggie and Joe.
1. LEED and India