Each month in 2023, USGBC offers one free green building education course. For December, the free course provides an overview of the benefits of electrification for green builders.
The Allston Single Handle Lavatory Faucet is crafted from solid brass and aims to provide ease of temperature and volume control.
Each month in 2023, USGBC will offer one free green building education course. For November, the free course provides an overview of green finance.
The U.S. Green Building Council’s new Washington, DC headquarters focuses on decarbonization, indoor environmental quality, and resource efficiency.
REI Co-op's new distribution facility in Tennessee serves 5.6 million members and more than 60 stores in Midwest and Southeast.
LEED v5 O+M focuses on setting existing buildings on decarbonization path and addresses equity, health, ecosystems, and resilience
The U.S. Green Building Council has selected 21 sustainability leaders from around the world to receive the highest recognition for green building professionals.
Delta Electronics Americas HQ is the first LEED Zero Energy-Certified Green Building in Fremont, California.
This year's Greenbuild will celebrate USGBC’s 30th anniversary, debut LEED v5. Plus, WELL Summit leads into Greenbuild, offering a week-long focus on health, well-being, sustainability.
Westfield Topanga was repurposed from a former department store space once occupied by Sears. Plus, February's free USGBC course.
UBS Arena, home of the NHL's New York Islanders, has been awarded LEED Certified status by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
2022 was a strong year for LEED certifications as organizations look to LEED to meet ESG goals and commitments to climate action, occupant well-being, and resource efficiency.
Each month in 2023, USGBC will offer one free green building education course. For January, the free course shares tips on LEED certification reviews.
To better address greenhouse gas emissions and climate change, updates will elevate LEED v4’s requirements for energy performance closer to those of LEED v4.1.
Peter Templeton will lead U.S. Green Building Council and Green Business Certification Inc., focus on climate action and health, equity and sustainability goals.
Atlanta Warehouse is part of UCB's global inspace project, providing work environments to stimulate innovation and reimagine collaboration.
Rooftop-beekeeping can be a simple and tangible way to demonstrate commitment to environmental action, social justice, and good governance.
The net zero certifications were earned under the LEED Zero program and represent more than 23 million square feet of space.
More than 40 national organizations, industry leaders, and trade associations join to create the Healthy Workplaces Coalition, which will focus on advocating for healthier and safer buildings.
USGBC program brings local governments together to support LEED for Cities certification efforts with peer-to-peer networking opportunities, technical assistance, and access to educational resources.