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LEED lawsuit claims deceptive marketing

By Jack Zemlicka Four people suing the U.S. Green Building Council in federal court claim the group’s green building accreditation for professionals is nothing more than a deceptive marketing tool to lure customers. Parties in an amended lawsuit filed this ...

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Builders association sues MN GreenStar

By Brian Johnson Dolan Media Newswires Minneapolis — An already messy breakup between the Builders Association of the Twin Cities and the nonprofit MN GreenStar organization is getting messier. BATC in fall notified GreenStar the association was pulling out of ...

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Madison developer opts for Energy Star over LEED

By James Briggs A Madison apartment complex that opened this fall has been labeled one of the nation’s most energy-efficient residential buildings. But the label is from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency instead of the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership ...

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Baraboo looking for other ways to take the ‘LEED’ in energy efficiency

By Jan Basina It seems these days everyone and his uncle is rushing to construct energy-efficient buildings, specifically those with the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design stamp of approval. Everyone, that is, except the city of Baraboo. Recently, Baraboo ...

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Baraboo looking for other ways to take the ‘LEED’ in energy efficiency

By Jan Basina It seems these days everyone and his uncle is rushing to construct energy-efficient buildings, specifically those with the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design stamp of approval. Everyone, that is, except the city of Baraboo. Recently, Baraboo ...

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