LEED Buildings Can Now Obtain "Bird Friendly" Credits

Date: 7 December 2011
Source: http://www.reuters.com
Many of us are doing our part to protect the environment while reducing our impact as well. There are more people than ever embracing environmentally friendly, green technologies.

There are solar powered garage doors, mobile device chargers, and even chargers installed into one's backpack.

There are hand crank, bike powered and other human-powered electronic devices. We have good green building codes that ensure efficiency - in the design of the building itself and once it is in use. LEED is the accepted standard for building in an environmentally sound manner and there are now tens of thousands of LEED-certified buildings across the country.

Read more: www.reuters.com/article/2011/12/02/idUS215190440620111202

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Date: 7 December 2011
Source: http://www.reuters.com

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