Center for Green Schools, Architecture for Humanity release new tool for green schools

The 70-page guide demystifies the processes of identifying building improvement opportunities and finance and implementation strategies.

May 17, 2013 |

The Center for Green Schools and Architecture for Humanity released a new tool for catalyzing school building improvements in communities across the country. The Green School Investment Guide for Healthy, Efficient and Inspiring Learning Spaces outlines the steps that any school stakeholder – from school administrators and elected officials to staff and students to parents and businesses – can take to transform their local schools.

The 70-page, action-oriented resource demonstrates how investments in America’s school buildings can improve student and staff well-being and academic performance, conserve scarce resources and foster thriving and sustainable communities.

“The guide helps to demystify the often-complicated processes of identifying building improvement opportunities and finance and implementation strategies,” according to a news release.

(http://www.usgbc.org/articles/new-green-school-investment-guide-links-opportunities-strategies?utm_source=USGBC.org+Subscriptions&utm_campaign=16ce2bca73-RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_20404b2ecb-16ce2bca73-57008873)

 

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