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LEED v4 and Performance with Scot Horst @ Greenbuild 2013

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Published on Nov 26, 2013

In the future, all LEED buildings will re-certify based on five categories of performance. This session introduces the LEED performance score and highlights tools currently in prototype: the LEED dynamic plaque and dashboard for visualizing and improving performance. Our typical approach to sustainability is to focus on the future, but tools like the LEED Dynamic Plaque help us focus on now-on current outcomes to create a better future. The LEED performance score allows for a global benchmark based on building performance. To create this, we looked to distributed intelligence, a framework that enables people all around the world to apply good ideas for better outcomes. Within this highly interconnected framework, the focus becomes validating the impact of our best intentions and establishing a powerful feedback mechanism. In this session, Scot Horst, Senior Vice President of LEED at USGBC, will discuss how LEED v4 as well as all past and future versions of LEED will prepare us to measure performance, and how LEED can move from certifying limited sets of strategies to rewarding beneficial outcomes. He also will explore the nature of scoring as a motivator.

Learning Objectives:
Describe the purpose and potential impact of the LEED performance score.
Explain the importance of a shift of focus from credits to outcomes.
Describe the elements of the LEED dynamic plaque and dashboard.
Articulate the relationship of past and current versions of LEED to re-certification with the LEED performance score.

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