New York Times Op-Ed: Don’t LEED Us Astray
In the May 19th issue of the #NYTimes, Alec Appelbaum writes a well positioned Op-Ed piece on the question of green, LEED-rated buildings potentially loosing their luster once in full operation. Mr. Appelbaum essentially promotes the idea of a creating an incentive program for buildings to go beyond LEED certification, a benchmark that many new construction projects can achieve, and that those buildings should receive credits/subsidies to maintain and promote further energy and resource conservation – a position we fully support.
While we’re fully in support of LEED and the sea change it has created, Mr. Appelbaum’s view and critique of where LEED certification leaves off is one we also maintain.
Read the full piece here.