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LEED Project Series – Part 1: Executive Overview
May 30 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT| Free
In the larger picture of sustainability, the built environment is a component that can have a significant impact on your organization’s overall CSR Plan. By pursuing Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certification for your new and existing facilities, your company is affirming that you are conscious of the impact your buildings have on the planet and that you are enhancing your facilities to minimize that impact.
The LEED Certification program is a third-party review process that allows owners of eligible buildings to pursue certification based on the sustainable attributes of the building and site. LEED certification is an official recognition that your building meets the requirements of the United States Green Building Council’s LEED Rating Systems.
The LEED Project Executive Overview webinar will introduce you to the key components of the LEED and provide an overview of the certification process to enable your organization to make an informed decision regarding pursuing LEED certification.
Who should attend?
This course is primarily designed for Executives and managers responsible for Sustainability/Corporate Social Responsibility and Executives and managers responsible for Facilities Operation and Management.
No prerequisites are required for this course.
No materials are required for this course.
Completion of the class will provide attendees with insight and understanding of the following topics:
- What is LEED
- The LEED Rating Systems
- The LEED Certification process
- The data behind the business case for green building
- Lessons learned
- Additional incentives for LEED certification
- Resources available to you moving forward