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SPUR Sustainable Development Committee Meeting

10:44 PM PST on February 13, 2011

From SPUR:

The Sustainable Development Committee addresses issues related to local and regional climate policy, green buildings, waste and water infrastructure, energy policy and more.

The topic of discussion on Monday, February 14th will be CALGreen, the new state green building code that went into effect on January 1. Join us for a comparison of CALGreenwith LEED and GreenPoint Rated, which are referenced by many municipal codes - including San Francisco's. Discussion with Raphael Sperry of Simon & Associates, and Barry Hooper of the SF Department of Environment.

You can view some tables comparing LEED and CALGreen side-by-side on the AIA's website here. This talk was originally scheduled in December but was cancelled at the last minute - hope you can join us this month!

For more information, contact Laura Tam, SPUR Sustainable Development Policy Director, at

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