Cleantech Group Webinar Replay: 

LEEDing the Way:  The Future of Green Building

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Register and download this exclusive complimentary preview of  Cleantech Focus Chicago “Energy Efficiency in the Built Environment”, where we covered the policies and practice of building clean and green, with a focus on the bottom line.

Recorded Date: July 14th, 2010
Duration: 45 minutes (30 minute presentation with Q&A)

Topics covered include:

  • How do the perspectives of the the government, the environmental community, and the building industry differ when it comes to energy efficiency?
  • What is the US government doing to make LEED more attractive to builders and corporations? 
  • Which technologies are giving companies the most bang for their buck in terms of energy and cost savings?
  • What will LEED look like down the road?  Will certification become even more rigorous? 
  • Q&A with Roger and Emma, a great opportunity to get answers to your questions about energy efficiency, green building, and LEED certification.
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Presented by:
Moderator:

Emma Ritch

Senior Research Analyst
Cleantech Group
Featured Speaker:

Roger Platt

SVP, Global Policy & Law
US Green Building Council

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USGBC, developers and overseers of the LEED rating system, look to transform the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated, enabling an environmentally and socially responsible, healthy, and prosperous environment that improves the quality of life.   An organization’s participation in the voluntary and technically rigorous LEED process not only demonstrates leadership, innovation and environmental stewardship but can also significantly lower the costs of doing business.