Table of Contents • Introduction by Emily Wadhams• Historic Preservation and Green Buildings: Finding Common Ground by Richard Moe• Positioning Preservation in the Center of the Green Area by Steve Tilly• The Secretary Standards and Leed: Where They Work Together and Where They Diverge by Audrey T. Tepper• Historic Preservation and LEED® for Neighborhood Development: An Interview with Director Sophie Cantell Lambert by Matthew Nowakowski• Going Green: Applying a Sustainability Lens to Historic District Design Guidelines by Jo Ramsay Leimenstoll
• A Preservation Perspective on Green Home Rating Systems by Mike Jackson• “Slow Food,” “Slow Cities,” and Their Lessons for Rural Preservation by Anthony Veerkamp #ForumJournal#PreservationGreenLab#GreenBuilding#GreenGuidelines#Sustainability#ClimateChange
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