Continuing Education credits for AIA, GBCI, and ILFI

Find BuildingGreen articles, webcasts, and reports approved for continuing educations credits through AIA, GBCI, and ILFI. We will record and automatically report CEU credits for members.

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  • Can Commercial Kitchens Go Electric?

    Spotlight Report

  • Can Commercial Kitchens Go Electric?

    Feature Article

    An all-electric commercial kitchen offers potential energy and carbon savings over using natural gas, but making the switch can be complicated—and even controversial.

  • Wood: What’s Good?

    Feature Article

    Mass timber seems alluring because of its low carbon footprint, but not all wood is equally sustainable. We dig deep into the controversy over which types of timber are “climate smart.

  • Wood: What’s Good?

    Spotlight Report

  • Building Re-Entry with Arc

    Webcast

    Arc Skoru’s Chris Pyke explains Arc Re-entry and how it integrates with CDC and WHO recommendations, LEED pilot credits, the WELL Building Standard, and other frameworks.

  • Essential Playbook to Managing LEED Construction

    Webcast

    Tommy Linstroth of Green Badger explains how to do decide which construction-related LEED credits to upgrade to v4.1.

  • Whole-Building LCA Tools for LEED v4 and v4.1

    Webcast

    Whole-building life-cycle assessment (WBLCA) can help project teams reduce embodied carbon as well as many other environmental impacts of building materials.

  • The Value of Variability

    Webcast

    Dr. Gail Brager, Professor of Architecture at UC Berkeley, discusses the value of (mostly thermal) variability in terms of human experience, and implications for design of the built environment.

  • Downscaled Climate Data: Where to Get It and How to Use It

    Webcast

    What weather data are you using to inform design? Learn where to access high-resolution climate projection data for your projects, and how to use it. Be an early adopter as the AEC industry moves from considering weather as static to using information about our changing climate to inform design.

  • Existing Buildings Are Architecture’s Future

    Feature Article

    Take a plain old building and turn it into something remarkable, and you’ll also help save the planet.