IN THIS ISSUE:
*The American Council On Renewable Energy announces largest renewable energy conference in the US: February 25-27, 2009
*Green Building Focus
..Study shows that 14% of US cities require green building standards
..UN report calls for more sustainable real-estate development
*CalHFA earmarks $50 million for affordable "green" housing in San Jose, Salinas and Santa Cruz
*CIM Group's purchase of $412.5 million in Oakland high rises includes LEED development
*Green building materials manufacturer in Los Angeles
*Los Angeles launches $300,000 pilot program to boost sustainable design
*Revitalized LEED for Existing Buildings certifications to include operation and maintenance
*Hotels reducing energy consumption while resisting enrollment in formal green programs: USGBC
*Massachusetts signs landmark renewable energy bill
*Notable green building projects...
..3.3 million square foot industrial development in Fontana seeking LEED certification
..Express Scripts' $50 million headquarters achieves LEED certification
..Arizona Public Service receives two LEED silver certifications for existing buildings
..USAA office in Tampa becomes first LEED certified existing building in Florida
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