AIA white paper highlights green building practices

| by John Johnson
AIA white paper highlights green building practices

A white paper from the American Institute of Architects seeks to identify the current state of green building incentives throughout America, as well as what programs work well and what needs improvement, and focusing on the most robust and useful incentives identified. The white paper, titled Local Leaders in Sustainability – Green Incentives,will be followed up with advocacy efforts to transform the content in the white paper into actionable legislation and initiatives on the local and state level.

The white paper analyzes data from local and state-level research on green incentive programs, including the Local Leaders in Sustainability study, as well as input from the Developers Roundtable, a discussion among relevant stakeholders on incentive options for the building sector.

To view the full report, click on this link.

Topics: Building Green, Cost of Ownership, Maintenance & Repair, Rebates / Tax Credits, Remodeling, Water Saving Devices

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