Green Building Update - March 12, 2008

IN THIS ISSUE:

*Stanford University chooses its own sustainability guidelines over LEED

*Green Building Focus

..Want to become a LEED Accredited Professional? The new Green Building Certification Institute is now administering the LEED Credentialing Program.

*California adopting net-zero energy requirements for residential and commercial construction

*Applied Materials enters $1.9 billion solar deal according to SEC filing

*International Code Council to develop green building certification

*Insurance company offers green building restoration policy

*Israeli photovoltaics startup Pythagoras Solar raises $10 Million

*Green building demand rising in China

*Notable green building projects...

..Coke gets LEED gold certification for "World of Coca Cola" museum

..Three developers in New York to build $7 million LEED certified industrial park

..Coloplast to build LEED certified North American headquarters

..New "green" ER built Longmont Colorado

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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