It’s great to be representing the Sustainable Forestry Initiative and exhibiting at the first-ever Montreal Wood Convention, which is being held at the Queen Elizabeth hotel in Montreal this week.
There is a nostalgic sense to […]
The eyes of the world turn to Washington on Monday, as President Barack Obama takes the oath of office for his second term as President of the United States. And as he stands on this […]
On December 10th 2012, the U.S. Green Building Council will wrap up their 5th public comment period on the new LEED rating tools, LEED v4. Much like the other drafts during this two year review, […]
This conference,The Future is Decided Now, in Milwaukee, WI, has been a truly invigorating experience for me! I hope all of you — all 200-plus delegates — are feeling the same as you head home.
Supporting the green building movement is about embracing energy efficiency, sustainable design, and responsible choices. But it is also about supporting the communities and jobs that contribute to the resources used in those very buildings. […]
We depend on forests for our existence, for the clean air we breathe, for the clean water we drink, for wildlife habitat, and for carbon sequestration. We depend on forests to sustain sacred places and […]
April 25, 2012
By Earl and Wanda Barrs
Owners of Gully Branch Tree Farm
The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) is about to begin the fourth public comment period on draft credit language for LEED 2012. Respected organizations […]
By Guest Blogger: Robert S. Tomlinson
Manager of Strategic Land Asset Management,
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
The U.S. Green Building Copuncil (USGBC) is about to begin the fourth public comment period on draft credit language for LEED 2012. […]
The U.S. Green Building Council has announced a fourth public comment period for its draft LEED 2012 language – starting Tuesday May 1 and ending May 15. Based on comments submitted during the third public […]