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LEED for Neighborhoods – CM credit not available

The green building movement, which focuses on the environmental quality and impact of the design, construction, and operation of buildings, has expanded to the neighborhood level. Find out how green building practices are being linked to smart growth, urban design, and public health through LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) for Neighborhood Development. Learn about tried-and-true practices and new techniques and tools that can improve the environmental quality of your community, making it more sustainable for the future.

CD-ROM includes a recording of this audio session synchronized with a PowerPoint presentation, program transcript, PowerPoint presentation note sheets, and supplemental reading materials.

Faculty:
Christopher J. Duerksen, Clarion Associates
Bert Gregory, Mithun
Walker Wells, AICP, Global Green USA
Jennifer Henry, U.S. Green Building Council