Green Building Update - April 22, 2011

In This Issue:

Navajo Nation adopts IGCC; GREEN BUILDING FOCUS - CA law requires 33% renewable energy by 2020; Fed cuts green building programs; Webinar series for LEED GA exam; D.C. has most LEED buildings per capita; PMC's online green building resource; Green tiles; GREEN BUILDING PROJECTS - Oregon LEED Platinum power plant; Colorado dining facility earns LEED Platinum; LA transport authority earns LEED gold; Benaroya data center earns LEED Gold; and Owens Corning HQ earns LEED-EB Gold.

Navajo Nation adopts IGCC

Environmental Protection Agency - Apr 14

The Navajo Nation in Arizona is the first tribal community to adopt the International Green Construction Code (IGCC). The Northeast Arizona Technical Institute will be the first Navajo project built under the IGCC.

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Published In: Construction Updates, Energy & Utilities Updates, Environmental Updates, Indigenous Peoples Updates

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