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Articles from Environmental Building News
Feature articles (CEUs available)
That complicated new Materials and Resources section of LEED v4 that we debated for years? It's here. Are you ready?
Past versions of LEED have helped make FSC and other concepts practically household terms. Where is LEED v4 taking the green building conversation next?
How much energy our buildings use matters a great deal, but figuring out how to measure that use and compare it from building to building is tricky. Here's a guide to key metrics and how to use them.
Other LEED articles from EBN
From our LEED blog
Is LEED v4 leading architects to arbitrarily avoid PVC, to the detriment of their projects? The Vinyl Institute says it is. We check the facts. Would PVC-containing products like these carpet tiles from InterfaceFLOR be banned under LEED v4? The short answer is "no." Photo – InterfaceFLOR
The green building industry focuses far too much on energy modeling to predict performance, not to make early design decisions.