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Top 10 Things to Know About LEED v5 : A Guide for Building Professionals

Top 10 Things to Know About LEED v5: A Guide for Building Professionals

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Discover the top 10 aspects of LEED v5 that every building professional needs to know. This article delves into the latest version of the LEED rating system, highlighting its focus on climate action, social equity, and more.

LEED v5 is not just an update; it’s a comprehensive overhaul aimed at addressing the world’s most pressing sustainability challenges. This article provides building professionals with an in-depth look at the top 10 aspects of LEED v5, from its alignment with global climate goals to its focus on social equity and ecological conservation. While the inaugural release of LEED v5 focuses on Operations and Maintenance (O+M), the insights offered in this article are universally applicable to professionals working within any LEED rating system, including Building Design + Construction (BD+C), Interior Design + Construction (ID+C), Homes, and Neighborhood Development (ND).Whether you’re a seasoned LEED professional or new to the field, this article equips you with the knowledge you need to navigate the changes and seize the opportunities that LEED v5 presents.

What you will Learn

1. Grasp LEED v5’s three key system goals.
2. Understand LEED v5’s alignment with global climate targets.
3. Explore LEED v5’s focus on social equity and inclusion.
4. Learn strategies for building decarbonization in LEED v5.
5. Stay updated with LEED’s five-year development cycle.

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