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February 23, 2024

Local leaders help feds define what is 'zero emissions'

Photo by Greg Willet [enlarge]
Zero-emissions buildings like The Kendeda Building at Georgia Tech, designed by Miller Hull, are helping to shape the standard.

As part of its climate agenda, the White House is working toward the establishment of a nationwide definition for zero-emissions buildings. The intent is to create a standardized, consistent, measurable basis for zero-emissions buildings to reduce carbon emissions in the environment and help move the building sector towards net zero emissions.

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