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How Can the EPA Proposed Clean Power Plan Rules Effect Green Building in Ohio?

Wondering what the new EPA proposal – sometimes referred to as 111(d) – has to do with green building and LEED? USGBC has prepared a FAQ document explaining why green buildings can and should play a role in plans that states will be developing over the next few years. Some states have been very active in promoting […]

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HOMES 401: USGBC LEED for Homes Green Rater Training

  This two-part LEED for Homes Green Rater Training is designed to prepare qualified participants to provide verification services on LEED for Homes projects. Applicants must meet/submit initial qualifications and complete a two-part training (this two-day workshop and an online course component). Following the training, participants will take a computer-based exam provided by the Green […]

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Sol Design Seeking Project Manager

  Sol Design and Consulting is seeking a Project Manager/Architect –  LEED Certification and Design. Sol is encouraging USGBC members with the appropriate skill set to apply and be part of a dynamic team delivering best‐in‐class green building and sustainability expertise. Project Manager/Architect is a full‐time position in this rapidly growing company, with strong long‐term […]

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Neighborhood Development MC: Derelict Properties – Blight or Bonanza?

Land and building vacancies are not a new phenomenon – it is the extent of current and growing blight, locally and across the country that has become a remarkable landscape, alarming communities and public authorities. …the LEED Neighborhood Development rating system is a positive diagnostic tool for approaching vacant lot investments – thinking about land apart from buildings.

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Neighborhood Development MC: Focus Groups Address Chronic Blight

Student workshops at the University of Cincinnati’s Niehoff Urban Studio tackled vacant lot initiatives for two venerable Cincinnati urban identities: Walnut Hills (including East Walnut Hills, Evanston) and Price Hill (Lower, East, and West). Community leaders joined with students and hosted predesign fieldtrips to these specific eastside and westside community locales.

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Green Living MC: #CincyGreenScene on Instagram

The Green Living Member Circle (MC) wants to know: What you do in your everyday life to be green? We want to gather images and video clips on Instagram of you doing what you do best: practicing sustainability. By tagging your posts with #CincyGreenScene, your idea will be accessible to others, and be entered into a competition to present your idea at the 2014 Green Homes Summit.

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