Green Building Update - May 9, 2011

In This Issue:

GREEN BUILDING FOCUS - Green Lease Revolution; Green projects critiqued in Santa Cruz; Tips for better green building performance; Survey: 78% say cost savings is best reason to go green; Citizen's Committee to help city reduce GHG's; SD Port features "green" color-shifting coating; Bonds funding green projects; GREEN BUILDING PROJECTS - Brower Center earns LEED Platinum; Dr Pepper Snapple earns LEED Silver; City College earns LEED Gold; Nashville buildings earn LEED certification; and Tyndall Fitness earns LEED Platinum.

New "Green Ribbon Schools" program

DOE - Apr 26

The DOE launched its Green Ribbon Schools program to recognize sustainable K-12 buildings while teaching students about the environment. Related News: DOE announces landmark green schools program

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