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New pilot credit increases transparency in timber supply chains and reduces the risk of illegally harvested wood being used in buildings.


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New pilot credit increases transparency in timber supply chains and reduces the risk of illegally harvested wood being used in buildings.

World Wildlife Fund

Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. World Wildlife Fund articles below.


USGBC Releases New Timber Traceability LEED Credit

New pilot credit increases transparency in timber supply chains and reduces the risk of illegally harvested wood being used in buildings.

Renewable Energy: Wanted – Simpler Access To Clean Energy

In an effort to streamline the purchasing path, nearly 20 large companies have signed onto the Corporate Renewable Energy Buyers’ Principles.

Alternative Energy Trends: Deep Impact With Energy Retrofits

When facility managers discuss alternative energy, they need to change the conversation from cost-cutting to value creation.

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