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Exam Prep packages include courses on WELL AP, LEED v4 (newest offering), LEED Green Associates, LEED AP in BD+C, and LEED O+M, Materials and resources include, 8 weekly 1- hour sessions, Practice questions, Flashcards, Audio Files, Practice exams, Practice Quizes View More

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Architect urges peers to design sustainable buildings

SARASOTA – Lawrence Scarpa says the world of design turned upside down when the mechanical air-conditioner became affordable and efficient in the early 1950s. “This changed everything for architects,” said the Los Angeles-based architect, showing a picture of a 1950s advertisement for a window air-conditioner in his keynote address during Sarasota MOD Weekend Friday night.…

Low-Cost Building Skin Cools While Using No Energy

Imagine a building that self-regulates its temperature without electronics. A building that adapts, allowing outside air in as needed and eliminating the need for air conditioning, but that uses no energy in doing so.  A University of California-Berkley research team has developed a new type of “building skin” that can do just that, and they…