LEED Green Building Toolkit
The next generation of the LEED Rating System introduces new programs, standards, concepts, and increased scrutiny and transparency. UL Environment has the expertise to help you understand how to specify healthier more sustainable products that contribute to the maximum number of LEED credits, as well as multiple tools to help you put your plan into practice.
Manufacturers and specifiers are invited to browse UL Environment’s LEED Toolkit to help them understand the major changes to LEED v4, including: A CEU on the Critical Updates to LEED, Credit Reference Guides, and a link to the UL Sustainable Product Guide which contains thousands of products searchable by LEED credit.
LEED v4 Training
LEED version 4: Transformation Through Transparency, Health, and Achievement
Presenter: Paul Bates, National Manager of Training and Education, UL Environment
The USGBC has successfully pushed ahead with building transformation by introducing new programs, standards, concepts, and increased scrutiny and transparency to be used in greening our buildings of the future through release of LEED version 4. Over the last 13 years, LEED concepts have been used on tens of thousands of buildings worldwide, all the while, education and market drivers continue to refine this robust program. Join UL Environment as we discuss major changes.
- How do I meet the new credit requirements?
- What do I need to know about the changes in the Materials and Resources Section?
- What tools are available to meet these new credit requirements?
This presentation will appeal to LEED practitioners as well manufacturers, specifiers and industry associations as well as those who want to know more about the sustainable industry. Health, Safety & Welfare Credits: AIA (1LU), IDCEC (0.1 CEU), GBCI (1 CE)
See Program Summary here.
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The following slides are from the Green Regs & Ham Greenbuild Policy Breakfast and Forum from Wednesday, November 20, 2013. This breakfast was brought to you by principal sponsors U.S. Green Building Council, UL Environment, and supporting sponsors The American Institute of Architects, and Energy Efficient Buildings Hub.
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