Green Building Update - June 4, 2008


*Critics argue LEED in Neighborhood Development is hurting affordable housing

*Green Building Focus

..Wachovia Capital Markets' The Greening of America

*Green Building movement gaining momentum in Northern California: USGBC

*Napa winery Far Niente installs $4.2 million solar energy system

*California to unveil second state prison to run on solar power

*Green Building sector surviving US housing slump

*The White House criticized legislation that could cut climate change

*Citi receives LEED pre-certification for branch prototype

*Notable green building projects...

..Ronald McDonald House in Austin earns LEED platinum certification

..GMC Cadillac dealership in Michigan to become the first LEED certified dealership in the state

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