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leed for homes
LEED for HOMES
is a rating program developed by the U. S. Green Building
Council to evaluate objectively environmental issues. These
include:

LOCATION AND LINKAGES:
Where you develop your home has a major impact on the
environment and how people live.

SUSTAINABLE SITES:
If you develop your site with sensitivity, you can "do no harm"
to the environment, and maybe even help restoration efforts.

WATER EFFICIENCY:
Our water is limited, if renewable, Use it conservatively and
protect its purity.

ENERGY AND ATMOSPHERE:
Use as little as possible and leave a healthy earth for future
generations.

MATERIALS and RESOURCES:
Learn where things come from and the resources needed to
deliver them.

ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY:
Create a healthy environment for you and your loved ones.

AWARENESS and EDUCATION:
Analyze, record, and share your experiences.
photo by Anthony Holmes