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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  • Lighting Design for Health and Sustainability: A Guide for Architects

    Feature Article

    A report providing architects guidance on how to design sustainable lighting that supports health and wellness while reducing energy use.

  • When Hurricane Harvey Hit, the Texas Medical Center Stood Ready

    Feature Article

     At the Texas Medical Center, hard-won lessons learned from Tropical Storm Allison kept Hurricane Harvey at bay.

  • Introduction to Fitwel Certification

    Webcast

    Join BuildingGreen and GreenStep for an on-demand webcast on Fitwel certification to get familiar with this rating system and learn how to prepare for the Fitwel Ambassador exam.

  • Five Reasons to Be Optimistic About Solar Energy

    Feature Article

    Commercial-scale solar energy, buoyed by battery storage, is continuing to grow, redefining how we produce and use energy.

  • Introduction to WELL Certification

    Webcast

    Healthy interiors and wellbeing are the trending buzzwords of sustainable design. In this hour-long on-demand webcast, GreenStep Education's Alex Spilger will walk you through the seven concepts within WELL and describe what sets it apart from other frameworks such as LEED and Fitwel. He will also discuss the WELL AP credential and how to best approach studying for the exam.

  • How Buildings Fail Their Users

    Feature Article

     A building doesn’t have to be falling down to fail. We share seven stories of green buildings gone wrong—along with tips for prevention. 

  • The Cost of Comfort: Climate Change and Refrigerants

    Feature Article

    Refrigerants with very high global warming potential can negate the energy-efficiency benefits of many HVAC systems, including popular heat pumps.

  • The Sound of Sustainability: Acoustics in High-Performance Design

    Feature Article

    Acoustic performance is often overlooked by human-centered design. A holistic approach shows how to navigate the complexities of “sustainable acoustics.”

  • Why Schools Are Embracing Net-Zero Energy

    Feature Article

    Schools are leading the way in net-zero energy, but some designers question whether these goals create the best learning environments. 

  • Better Steel, Lower Impacts

    Feature Article

    Steel’s reputation for high embodied energy and carbon emissions are well documented, but improvements in processing, product selection, and end use can minimize these impacts.