LEED Link: Download the LEED v4 user guide

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LEED v4 is the newest version of LEED, more specialized and designed for a better user experience. Its credits and prerequisites raise the bar on green building, …

LEED Link: Take the LEED AP exam

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Are you a professional with LEED project experience? LEED AP with specialty credentials show that you’re a leader in the green building field. Having “LEED A…

LEED Link: What is LEED for Cities?

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Beyond being a game-changing green building rating system, LEED is now also a way to certify whole cities and communities. Make your city an environmentally friendly p…

LEED Link: Volume certification

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LEED volume certification  was created in 2011 to streamline the certification process for organizations looking to apply LEED across a portfolio of multiple proj…

LEED Link: Top 10 States and Countries of 2016

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Every year, USGBC does a rundown of the top 10 countries (besides the United States) and the top 10 U.S. states leading the way in LEED-certified buildings. It’s our w…

LEED Link: The LEED project directory

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Did you know that over 100,000 LEED-certified projects are searchable in our project directory on usgbc.org? Sortable by rating system and keyword, the directory showc…

LEED Link: Talking points on LEED

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If you’re involved in the green building industry, or you’re just passionate about sustainable communities, you probably know about LEED. But what about when your frie…

LEED Link: Propose a pilot credit

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USGBC’s pilot credit library facilitates the introduction of new credits to the LEED rating systems. The process allows projects to test more innovative credits that h…

LEED Link: LEED rating systems overview

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USGBC has recently been publishing updates to our “Getting Started With” series on the various LEED rating systems. Those are great for finding links to the resources …