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Upcoming Community Events

July 28 / 8am / UC Research & Innovation | UC Wildfire Resilience Virtual Research Symposium July 28 / 5pm / NAACP CESBS | Zoning & Land Use (Pt. 2) policy platform – ZOOM

Sustainability, My 2020 Report Card

Sustainability has been coined as the triple bottom line (Equity, Earth, and Economy). We have seen our industry move forward with many regulations around Earth and the economy. This includes

Black Lives Matter

We stand in solidarity with the Black community and with all of those who are seeking justice in the name of George Floyd, and so many others. Our hearts and

The 2020 nominations period for the USGBC-LA Board of Directors is now open!

We’re excited to announce that the nominations period for candidates to apply for the USGBC-LA Board of Directors is now open! We are seeking multiple board members for the three-year

Advocacy Committee Kicks Off 2020 Engagement

When we get through the current crisis, we still have climate change to deal with, and hopefully a lot of lessons learned about the need to better prepare for what

USGBC-LA’s Response to COVID-19

    To Our USGBC-LA Community,   First of all, we wish you and your families all the best during this unprecedented moment in modern history. The COVID-19 pandemic is working

The ROI of our Open, Urban Space

Where does your building start and where does your building end? This question has been coming up more and more for me as we engage more deeply in issues around

Daring to Hope Again

For me, the events of recent weeks have been inspiring and brought back this feeling in my chest I used to know so well. No, it’s not just the hints

What makes the green building community like no other.

Community. This word is bantered about these days without much of the meaning that really should be associated with it. We as a people are social animals and connection to

Guide to a Net Zero Future: What Net Zero Codes Mean for You

Across the world, the push to mandate net zero buildings – buildings that produce as much energy and/or water as they consume annually – is growing. Perhaps the biggest move