2009 LEED Rating System Changes and their Impact on Property Owners and Developers

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U.S. Green Building Council
Thomas C. Mawson, CAE
Executive Director, National Capital Region Chapter
2009 LEED Rating System Changes and their Impact on Property Owners and Developers

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  • 2009 LEED Rating System Changes and their Impact on Property Owners and Developers

    1. 7. Test U.S. Building Impacts: 12 % Water Use 30 % Greenhouse Gas Emissions 65 % Waste Output 70 % Electricity Consumption
    2. 8. Test The Triple Bottom Line ENVIRONMENT ECONOMICS PEOPLE Reduced Environmental Impact. Peak Efficiency. Improved Capitalization Rates. Increased Marketability. Higher Lease Rates. Improved Productivity. Reduced Absenteeism.
    3. 10. Test
    4. 11. Triggers to accelerate green building
    5. 13. Test Levels of LEED Ratings Green Buildings worldwide are certified with a voluntary, consensus-based rating system. USGBC has four levels of LEED.

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