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Why can't Massachusetts do this?
I really like this post about the latest options in green products, because it points out that one should educate oneself before "jumping on the bandwagon" when choosing green materials.
This is the last post on LEED for the day. I like the way these articles address both sides of the debate on LEED:
Another colleague, Chris Cheatham, provides some great advice on ways to avoid legal issues in green construction:
Stephen Del Percio, one of the attorneys I follow on Twitter, posted this article on possible alternatives to LEED certification, "Contractor Leads Attack Against Nashville’s LEED Legislation." I found this quote quite thought-provoking:
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This story from the Salem News highlights the advantages of Residential Leed Certification:
See my guest post at my good friend Christopher Hill's blog: Construction Law Musings