Green Building Update - August 9, 2010

In This Issue:

*Ten Million Solar Roofs bill moves ahead


..Report: U.S. retrofits could save $41B yearly

*California receives $22M in grants for clean tech

*Indianapolis unveils green building incentives

*Vancouver passes greenest building policy in U.S.

*Green disaster plans

*Leak-guzzle-hide buildings

*High-rise waste water generates power

*Engineering Green Buildings Conf., Sept. 23-24 in Baltimore


..Rady Children's Hospital earns LEED status

..Office Depot plans green stores

..Port of Portland recognized for its green building

..TD Bank opens green call center

..Facts about green roofs

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