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March 22, 2011


kathleen o'brien

Just learned that Cascadia will soon release 3 more reports: an LCA comparing centralized and decentralized WWT in the Puget Sound basin, an interpretive document for planners to accompany that LCA, and a study funded by the city of Seattle to map the regulatory approval pathway to NZW for Living Building Challenge projects within the city limits.

Cascadia is also hosting a daylong workshop on June 6. Save the date


Interesting post. I'll be interested to keep an eye on these matters and their impact on green development.

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