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About LEED®

The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Green Building Rating System™ is a third party certification program and the nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction and operation of high performance green buildings. LEED gives building owners and operators the tools they need to have an immediate and measurable impact on their buildings' performance. LEED promotes a whole-building approach to sustainability by recognizing performance in five key areas of human and environmental health: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality.

The number of LEED certified buildings in Indiana continues to grow because building with LEED standards makes sense and saves money over time. Search Google maps database of commercial LEED certified buildings.

Fact: There are currently 963 LEED Accredited Professionals in Indiana, seach for them in your area.

LEED v3 Tools and Resources Now Available:

Web:

LEED v3 Information and Updates on USGBC.org
The USGBC Web site is your go-to site for the latest information on the launch of LEED v3.

LEED for Homes


Press Releases

Regional Priority Credits available for download



Archived Webcasts:

LEED v3 Release Webcast with Brendan Owens, VP Technical Development
This archived 3/18 webcast takes you through the key changes to the new LEED 2009 rating system.  You can also download the PowerPoint with speakers’ notes to help educate your membership (see below).

LEED Professional Credentials Webcast with Beth Holst, GBCI’s Vice President of Credentialing.  Webcast for National Members with Audience Q&A.

LEED 2009 Green Building Rating Systems for National Members with Brendan Owens, VP, Technical Development Presentations:

LEED v3 PowerPoint 
This is the PowerPoint presentation from the LEED v3 release webcast. You can use this presentation, which includes speaker’s notes, at LEED update events for your membership and to educate your chapter board and staff.  Associations such as BOMA, IFMA, etc., are terrific partners for breakfast or lunch sessions. 

Other:

LEED v3 FAQ - Available to chapters on the Extranet

LEED Reference Guides - The LEED Reference Guides are also being updated to respond to LEED v3. Hard copy and electronic versions of the reference guides are now available for purchase at the USGBC Online Store. *Note that all tools and resources listed above can also be found on the LEED section of the Extranet in the LEED v3 Information Tools & Resources

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