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  • 12-Nov-2015 11:10 AM | Medea Villere (Administrator)


    Sign up for fully-funded Green Building/ Sustainability Training.

    USGBC NJ has grant-funded training available for employees of qualifying NJ businesses for CEUs and credentials.




    Courses include: 


    1 hour webinars on a variety of topics are also available.


    Classes are forming now. 


    Individuals & companies- if you are interested in creating or joining a class, contact coordinator@usgbcnj.org.



  • 05-Nov-2015 9:41 AM | Medea Villere (Administrator)

    NJ.com:

    LG honored for redesigned Englewood Cliffs headquarters


    By Myles Ma | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

    on November 04, 2015 at 11:20 AM, updated November 04, 2015 at 11:25 AM


    ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS — After battling environmental groups for years over plans for a new headquarters on Sylvan Avenue, LG Electronics USA received an award Friday from a non-profit that promotes sustainable building.


    The U.S. Green Building Council New Jersey Chapter named LG its top honoree for 2015 for the new design of the company's planned North American headquarters.


    The council credited LG for designing a building that would meet LEED Platinum standards. LEED, an acronym for Leaership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a rating for how "green" building are, and Platinum is the highest level.... CLICK HERE to see full article. 



  • 02-Nov-2015 2:45 PM | Medea Villere (Administrator)


     

    Pictured left to right: Faith Taylor, Wyndham Worldwide/ USGBC NJ Chair; Larry Rockefeller; William Cho; Florence Block, USGBC NJ Executive Director.


    WILLIAM CHO

    PRESIDENT AND CEO

    LG ELECTRONICS USA


    Thank you, USGBC New Jersey, for this special recognition. We wouldn’t be here tonight without the strong support from the LG team, elected officials and especially the community. We sincerely appreciate the ongoing collaboration with USGBC and Florence Block, who have supported us since the beginning.


    Tonight’s honor is humbling to us and, at the same time, a source of great pride. We are proud of our progress toward excellence in sustainability. And we are very proud of our new headquarters project in Englewood Cliffs.


    As you saw on the video, this project will create a world-class, sustainably designed building that will benefit LG and the state of New Jersey, while protecting the iconic vistas and integrity of the national treasure known as The Palisades.


    In June, after 11 months of constructive discussions, LG and leading conservation groups reached a win-win agreement – meeting in the middle on the height of the building. This landmark settlement paves the way for construction to begin next year!


    Last week’s appeals court ruling, referring the matter of the building’s height, back to Englewood Cliffs, is another step forward. Our plan all along has been to work closely with the town on our amended application. And, our win-win settlement means that the potential visual impact of the building now is really a non-issue.


    It is important to note that our new building will allow LG to double local employment to more than 1,000 by 2019, while creating thousands of much-needed New Jersey construction jobs.


    And, I am proud that LG is giving back to the community. The new building will house the LG Science and Environmental Learning Center for local school children to learn about green building and saving the planet.


    I want to thank our friends from the NRDC, the New Jersey Conservation Foundation and the NY-NJ Trail Conference – and special guest Larry Rockefeller – for being here tonight to share in this honor. Together with Scenic Hudson and the New Jersey Women’s Clubs, they worked tirelessly with LG to find a workable solution for all concerned.


    This award recognizes the shared mission of USGBC and LG to “Build a Greener New Jersey.”


    Beyond our own LEED building project, we are supporting green building projects in New Jersey with industry-leading LG innovations, including super-efficient commercial air conditioning systems, advanced solar and LED lighting solutions, and Energy Star certified appliances and consumer electronics.


    On behalf of all of us at LG Electronics, I wish to thank USGBC New Jersey again for this great honor.


  • 22-Oct-2015 9:27 AM | Medea Villere (Administrator)

    USGBC NAMES WILLIAM AMANN 2015 LEED FELLOW


    Pres. of M&E Engineers, William Amann, Honored by U.S. Green Building Council


    NEW YORK, NY October 20, 2015 – M&E Engineers announces that William Amann, President of M&E Engineers, has been named a 2015 LEED Fellow by (GBCI) Green Business Certification Inc. The organization administers project certification and professional credentials as part of the U.S. Green Building Council. LEED Fellow is the most prestigious designation for the recognition of significant achievement in the green building, energy efficiency, and sustainability community. This year, only 35 professionals globally were so honored for their outstanding work as LEED Professionals.


    “William Amann is a remarkable individual who has long been a leader in the green building movement,’ said Rick Fedrizzi, CEO, GBCI and CEO Founding Chair, US Green Building Council. “His expertise and excitement motivates all of us to continue to look ahead to what’s next and to continue the innovation that has been the hallmark of our movement. Sharing his passion, knowledge, and commitment, William Amann anchors both the past and the future of our movement.”


    To be selected, LEED Fellows are nominated by their peers, undergo an extensive portfolio review, must have at least 10 years of experience in the green building industry, and hold a LEED AP with specialty credential, among other requirements. The evaluation process is carried out by the LEED Fellow evaluation committee and supported by the GBCI and the US Green Building Council.


    “I am deeply honored to be selected for this prestigious award” said William “Bill” Amann. “I look forward to continuing my life’s work, which for over thirty years has been to not only create resilient, sustainable, high performance buildings, but to continue to change the conversation and inspire more people to embrace energy efficiency and the principals of LEED.”


    William Amann, PE, LEED Fellow, DCEP has been the President of M&E Engineers for over thirty years. In that time he has built the firm into one of the most recognized specialist, green engineering firms in the Mid-Atlantic region. The firm’s portfolio of Fortune 100 and government projects is a testament to his dedication to and promotion of innovative, sustainable, resilient, and energy efficient building solutions. A prolific speaker and educator, “Bill” is also former Chairman of the New Jersey chapter of the US Green Building Council, is a sponsoring member of Urban Green, the New York branch of the USGBC and is the current Chairman of the Somerset County Energy Council.


    William Amann and the other 34 2015 LEED Fellows will be recognized in Washington, DC at the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo, which is being held Nov.18-20, 2015.



  • 21-Oct-2015 11:29 AM | Medea Villere (Administrator)
    MSU Sustainability Dept. wins recognition


    OCTOBER 20, 2015 LAST UPDATED: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2015, 1:07 PM

    BY BOB CANNON

    STAFF WRITER | THE MONTCLAIR TIMES





    Why not build your next home out of tires?

    The idea isn't as far-fetched as you might think. In fact, the Environmental Club at Montclair State University was just awarded an Honorable Mention by the U.S. Green Building Council New Jersey Chapter (USGBC NJ) for its 13th Annual Emerald Awards.

    The Environmental Club at Montclair State University's Sustainability Center will be awarded an Honorable Mention at the U.S. Green Building Council New Jersey Chapter's 13th Annual Emerald Awards on Oct. 30 at MSU. Pictured is their model of an eco-friendly 'earthship,' a potential standard for sustainable homes.


    USGBC NJ will present the awards on Friday, Oct. 30 at a black-tie masquerade ball at the Conference Center at MSU beginning at 5 p.m. The awards recognize companies and individuals that have demonstrated outstanding achievement and best practices in green building and sustainability.... CLICK HERE for full story. 



  • 12-Oct-2015 11:43 AM | Medea Villere (Administrator)

    PRESS RELEASE



    Contact: Cathleen Cronon

    USGBC NJ PR

     (908) 334-3209

    Cathleen.cronin@gmail.com

    www.usgbcnj.org 

    #NJGala2015

     

     

    US Green Building Council New Jersey Chapter 

    Announces Student Award Winners
     

     

    Morristown, N.J. (October 12, 2015) - The U.S. Green Building Council New Jersey Chapter (USGBC NJ) today announced the recipients of its annual Student Awards.  Each year USGBC NJ recognizes two groups of students – one in K-12, and one in Higher Education – that have demonstrated outstanding achievement in sustainability.


    The winners of the distinguished awards will be celebrated at USGBC NJ’s 13th Annual Emerald Awards Masquerade Ball on Friday, October 30. The black-tie masquerade ball will be held at the Conference Center of the LEED® certified University Hall at Montclair State University. 


    2015 Winners:  


    K-12
    Tag Quijano, junior, Princeton Day SchoolBicycle-powered Rain Water Pump


    Higher EducationStevens Institute of TechnologySURE HOUSE


    Bicycle-powered Rain Water Pump

    The project is a bicycle powered water pump that moves water from a rain barrel connected to the Princeton Day School outdoor classroom’s roof into the school’s garden.  Students operate the bike to pump the water, and while doing so participate in sustainable irrigation practices without the need for electricity. Additional NJ schools will have bikes installed this fall, and Tag has even designed a 3D printer version, and has interest from schools around the US. 


    For more information on the bicycle-powered water pump or to see it in action, please go to www.bike.tagquijano.com.  



    SURE HOUSE

    Considered a new direction in storm resilient coastal housing, the 1960s-style modern beach cottage utilizes building science, renewable energy technologies, and fiber-composite materials repurposed from the boat building industry to create a dwelling that is “armored” against extreme weather and uses 90% less energy than its conventional cousins that can also be a hub for emergency power in the neighborhood.  Inspired by the impacts of Superstorm Sandy, the SURE HOUSE is Stevens Tech’s entry in the 2016 US DOE Solar Decathlon. 


    More information on the house can be found at www.surehouse.org, or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/SureHouseSD



    “These students are truly advocates of a future that includes sustainable practices,” said Florence Block, Executive Director, USGBC NJ. “Their conceptualization and innovation hopefully offers a glimpse into a future that includes more green thinking, which should continue to be recognized, fostered and continually encouraged.”      


    “Our annual Gala is a great networking event, an important fundraiser, and a terrific celebration of achievements in our state,” stated USGBC NJ Board Chair Faith Taylor, SVP Corporate Social Responsibility at Wyndham Worldwide. “The highlight of the evening is honoring the winners of these juried awards. We are extremely proud to be casting a spotlight on these innovative projects. They are helping to transform New Jersey into a more sustainable state.” 


    USGBC NJ’s annual gala is considered the networking event of the year by green building and sustainability professionals in the Tri-State area. This year, the gala also will feature a silent auction to give attendees a fun way to help support USCGB’s mission. Items will be displayed on the USGBC NJ website prior to the event. Those who wish to donate to the auction should contact Caitlin Nagel at Caitlin.Nagel@wyn.com


    USGBC NJ is also currently recruiting sponsors for the gala. Sponsor contributions provide program and operating support for all of the chapter’s education programs, events, tours, research programs and advocacy initiatives and provide start-up funds for new green building programs and resources.  


    “When you become a USGBC NJ Gala Sponsor, you make a public commitment to supporting transformative programming, outreach, research and advocacy that shape a more sustainable future for New Jersey,” Block added. “USGBC NJ Gala Sponsors are vital in helping USGBC NJ achieve its mission.”


    For more information on sponsorships, click here or contact Mary Ellen Garrigus at coordinator@usgbcnj.org


    REGISTRATION is available here. 


    Find USGBC NJ on LinkedIn (USGBC – New Jersey Chapter), Facebook (USGBCNJ), and Twitter (@USGBCNJ). 


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    About the U.S. GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL

    The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) is a non-profit that is committed to a prosperous and sustainable future through cost-efficient and energy-saving green buildings. USGBC works toward its mission of market transformation through its LEED green building program, robust educational offerings, a nationwide network of chapters and affiliates, the annual Greenbuild International Conference & Expo, the Center for Green Schools, and advocacy in support of public policy that encourages and enables green buildings and communities. For more information, visit www.usgbc.org.  


    More About the U.S. Green Building Council New Jersey Chapter

    The USGBC NJ is a non-profit organization focused solely on advancing green building and sustainable communities. The mission of USGBC NJ is to transform NJ’s built environment to become ecologically sustainable, profitable, and healthy. We accomplish our mission through education, advocacy, and collaboration. As New Jersey’s green building advocate and education resource, USGBC NJ provides over 150 educational programs, events, green building tours, research studies, and advocacy initiatives each year, through its three-branch, state-wide network. For over 10 years USGBC NJ has served as the meeting ground, catalyst, and propeller for sustainability-minded individuals in building-related professions.

    Through the NJ Chapter, LEED® and green building in general, have found fertile ground in New Jersey. The New Jersey Chapter’s 1,500+ members represent the entire spectrum of New Jersey’s green building community.  

    There are 4,910 LEED accredited professionals in NJ and 985 LEED registered and 434 certified projects in New Jersey*, plus over 2,625 certified LEED Homes.

    *As of August 13, 2015

  • 12-Oct-2015 9:56 AM | Medea Villere (Administrator)

     

    USGBC NJ is now accepting nominations for the 2016 Chapter Board of Directors 


    We are seeking candidates that bring the membership diversity, leadership qualities, and attributes needed to assure strong and dynamic NJ Chapter leadership and governance. 


    The responsibilities of a Board Members are critical elements required to support the USGBC NJ mission and green building best practices for the health of our citizens, economic viability and environmental stewardship.


    Please review the attached documents on the links below and submit your applications no later than 4:00 pm on Monday 11/2/15.




     


    USGBC NJ Board Seat Categories:

    • Environmental
    • Green Building Professionals/Construction
    • Education
    • Real Estate
    • Finance
    • Insurance
    • Hospitality
    • Health/Pharma
    • Energy
    • Government & Nonprofit



    Friday, October 9, 2015

    Call for nominations  

    Monday, November 2, 2015

    Deadline to receive candidate applications  

    Week of November 2, 2015

    Nomination Committee meets to select + finalize the Slate

    Monday, November 9, 2015

    Candidates notified re: their selection for the slate  

    Wednesday, November 11, 2015

    Nomination Committee presents slate to full USGBC NJ Board for approval

    Thursday, November 12, 2015

    Voting begins; announcement sent out to membership

    Wednesday, December 16, 2015, Holiday Party

    "Meet the Candidates" event.  All candidates must attend.  

    Thursday, December 31, 2015 (if quorum is reached)

    Balloting is closed at midnight

    Week of January 4, 2016

    Current and Elected Board members informed of results

    Monday, January 11, 2016

    Election results announced  publicly via e-mail; those elected reminded of January Retreat date  










  • 30-Sep-2015 11:16 AM | Medea Villere (Administrator)



    PRESS RELEASE


    Contact: Cathleen Cronon

    USGBC NJ PR

     (908) 334-3209

    Cathleen.cronin@gmail.com

    www.usgbcnj.org 

    #NJGala2015



    US Green Building Council New Jersey Chapter 

    Announces 13th Annual Emerald Awards Recipients


    Morristown, N.J. (September 30, 2015) - The U.S. Green Building Council New Jersey Chapter (USGBC NJ) today announced the recipients of its 13th Annual Emerald Awards. Each year, USGBC NJ recognizes and presents the distinguished awards to companies and individuals that have demonstrated outstanding achievement and best practices in green building and sustainability.

    The winners of the distinguished awards will be celebrated at USGBC NJ’s 13th Annual Emerald Awards Ball on Friday, October 30. The black-tie masquerade ball will be held at the Conference Center of the LEED® certified University Hall at Montclair State University. 


    HONOREE: 

    LG Electronics USA: Life's Good When You Live Green


    The 2015 award winners are:

    Innovative Sustainability Initiative: NJ School Boards Association and NJ Department of Education - New Jersey Green Program of Study

    Not For Profit Green Project: Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association’s  Watershed Center for Environmental Advocacy, Science and Education - LEED-NC Platinum

    Suburban Green Project – Residential: 45 Linden Lane - Princeton, NJ – LEED for Homes Platinum

    Suburban Green Project – Commercial: Munich Re Plaza 3 - Conference & Fitness Center - LEED-CI Platinum

    Urban Green Project: Hudson County Community College Library Building - LEED- NC Silver

    Corporate Culture: Realogy Corporate Headquarters - LEED-CI Gold

    HONORABLE MENTIONS:

    • PSE&G Customer Service Center - LEED-CI Silver (Corporate Culture, Commitment)

    • Montclair State University Sustainability Center: Inspired by Earthship (Environmental Club at Montclair State)


    “These champions for the environment exemplify the best in sustainability and green design that New Jersey has to offer,” said Florence Block, Executive Director, USGBC NJ. “I am truly inspired by these award winners.”

    “Our annual Gala is a great networking event, an important fundraiser, and a terrific celebration of achievements in our state,” stated USGBC NJ Board Chair Faith Taylor, SVP Corporate Social Responsibility at Wyndham Worldwide. “The highlight of the evening is honoring the winners of these juried awards. We are extremely proud to be casting a spotlight on these innovative projects. They are helping to transform New Jersey into a more sustainable state.” 


    Previous award honorees include: Colgate Global Technology Center; PNC Bank; NJ Economic Development Authority; Newark’s Lincoln Park Coast Cultural District; Jersey Shore University Medical Center; Hampshire Real Estate Companies; L’Oréal USA Research & Innovation; Bayer HealthCare U.S. Headquarters; Harrison Green from Paterson Habitat for Humanity; MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper; Wyndham Worldwide; Panasonic Corporation; Prudential Real Estate Investors; BASF Corporation; the Rockefeller Group; and Senator Cory Booker. 



    This year’s inspiring projects span a wide range of topics and boast some impressive achievements. These include: 


    Englewood Cliffs-based top honoree LG Electronics USA has taken its environmental commitment to the next level – launching its new North American Headquarters LEED Platinum building project, with strong support from local conservation groups, and transforming its corporate culture by implementing a number of noteworthy voluntary sustainability practices aimed at reducing its carbon footprint.  

         

    In 2010, The New Jersey Council of County Vocational-Technical Schools (NJCCVTS) and the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) applied for the federal program to create the NJ Green Program of Study (NJGPOS) for emerging green careers. The innovative NJGPOS developed curriculum, trained teachers for 7 pilot schools, and developed partnerships between industry, K-12 state agencies and higher education to foster and promote exemplary programs in Sustainable Design, Energy and Construction. In 2014, after a leading role by the NJCCVTS, the partnership expanded when the NJ School Boards Association (NJSBA) assumed the management of the NJGPOS working closely with the NJ Department of Education to recruit new schools, continue training for teachers, and enhance the existing curriculum.


    Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association’s Watershed Center for Environmental Advocacy, Science and Education: A renovation and expansion of an Environmental Center on the Watershed's 930-acre preserve with a reorganized site and administrative, educational, and research facilities demonstrating sustainable strategies for water, energy and material use.


    45 Linden Lane, the first LEED Platinum home in Princeton, NJ, is architect Kirsten Thoft's own home, which has educated and inspired thousands of people both locally and nationally about the beautiful possibilities of green design.


    Munich Re Plaza 3 - Conference & Fitness Center: The LEED Platinum facility serves the needs of 1,000 employees at Munich's Plainsboro Campus while celebrating the success of the company with first-class function, appearance and sustainable strategies that were implemented throughout the conference and fitness center.


    The new Library and Academic Building will provide Hudson County Community College (HCCC) with a “gateway” presence in the Downtown Journal Square district of Jersey City. Incorporating the latest teaching and communication technologies, it will provide an accessible haven for learning, teaching, and research at HCCC.


    Realogy’s Corporate Headquarters: Realogy is committed to conducting business that is socially, environmentally and economically sustainable, from their solid business ethics, their commitment to local communities, their iThrive employee wellness program, to their environmental stewardship as exemplified in their LEED Gold Certified Corporate Headquarters, Realogy has demonstrated success in operating a truly sustainable company.


    HONORABLE MENTIONS:


    PSE&G is redesigning their customer service centers to provide a sustainable environment in which to accommodate the daily influx of the public.


    Montclair State University Sustainability Center: Inspired by Earthship (Environmental Club at Montclair State): The first Earthship-inspired building ever constructed on a University Campus will not only help Montclair State University reach its goal of going carbon neutral by 2050, but the living structure will educate upcoming generations about how to live their lives by creating a sustainable society.


    USGBC NJ’s annual gala is considered the networking event of the year by green building and sustainability professionals in the Tri-State area. This year, the gala also will feature a silent auction to give attendees a fun way to help support USCGB’s mission. Items will be displayed on the USGBC NJ website prior to the event. Those who wish to donate to the auction should contact Caitlin Nagel at Caitlin.Nagel@wyn.com


    USGBC NJ is also currently recruiting sponsors for the gala. Sponsor contributions provide program and operating support for all of the chapter’s education programs, events, tours, research programs and advocacy initiatives and provide start-up funds for new green building programs and resources.  


    “When you become a USGBC NJ Gala Sponsor, you make a public commitment to supporting transformative programming, outreach, research and advocacy that shape a more sustainable future for New Jersey,” Block added. “USGBC NJ Gala Sponsors are vital in helping USGBC NJ achieve its mission.”


    For more information on sponsorships, click here or contact Mary Ellen Garrigus at coordinator@usgbcnj.org


    REGISTRATION is available here. 


    Find USGBC NJ on LinkedIn (USGBC – New Jersey Chapter), Facebook (USGBCNJ), and Twitter (@USGBCNJ). Look for Gala-specific info with #NJGala2015.



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    About the U.S. GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL

    The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) is a non-profit that is committed to a prosperous and sustainable future through cost-efficient and energy-saving green buildings. USGBC works toward its mission of market transformation through its LEED green building program, robust educational offerings, a nationwide network of chapters and affiliates, the annual Greenbuild International Conference & Expo, the Center for Green Schools, and advocacy in support of public policy that encourages and enables green buildings and communities. For more information, visit www.usgbc.org.

      

    More About the U.S. Green Building Council New Jersey Chapter

    The USGBC NJ is a non-profit organization focused solely on advancing green building and sustainable communities. The mission of USGBC NJ is to transform NJ’s built environment to become ecologically sustainable, profitable, and healthy. We accomplish our mission through education, advocacy, and collaboration. As New Jersey’s green building advocate and education resource, USGBC NJ provides over 150 educational programs, events, green building tours, research studies, and advocacy initiatives each year, through its three-branch, state-wide network.


    For over 10 years USGBC NJ has served as the meeting ground, catalyst, and propeller for sustainability-minded individuals in building-related professions. Through the NJ Chapter, LEED® and green building in general, have found fertile ground in New Jersey. The New Jersey Chapter’s 1,500+ members represent the entire spectrum of New Jersey’s green building community. 

    There are 4,910 LEED accredited professionals in NJ and 985 LEED registered and 434 certified projects in New Jersey*, plus over 2,625 certified LEED Homes.


    *As of August 13, 2015


  • 24-Sep-2015 11:41 AM | Medea Villere (Administrator)

    Prudential Real Estate Investment is searching for a 3-day a week Sustainability part time temporary hire from October through December in our Madison, NJ office.   


    Job Description:

    The Sustainability Analyst works for the Global Sustainability group who services and supports PREI. The Sustainability Analyst supports the Senior Analyst and Vice President who together serve as a key contact to Portfolio Management, Finance, Legal, and Transactions as it relates to Sustainability. 


    CLICK HERE for more info & qualifications.


    To apply, send your resume to David DeVos at david.devos@prudential.com.


    TD Bank is looking for a FT  Environmental Programs Manager:


    Reporting to the Innovation and Transformation Director this position is accountable for implementation of environmental strategies within the North American real estate footprint as a part of the ERE E&S Team. 


    Established five years ago, the ERE E&S team's focus has been on engraining sustainability in the business as usual practices of the organization. The team has been successful at significantly impacting design and operations and as a result ERE has been recognized for its environmental accomplishments by the EPA, ICSC, CoreNET and USGBC chapters. 


    Real estate accounts for approximately eighty percent of TD’s carbon emissions, with travel responsible for the remaining twenty percent. The E&S Team has helped ERE be a leader in carbon reduction. While the team collaborates closely with TD Environment, Green IT and Travel, it is ultimately responsible for real estate energy/water/waste reduction activities. TD and its facility management partner entered into a unique Vested Outsourcing agreement in 2014 which includes a dedicated team focused on energy/water/waste reduction tactics and data analytics. As such, our E&S Team has evolved out of day to day tactics into a strategic practice group. This position is instrumental in continuing the work to push TD ERE to the next level of environmental performance. This position is a necessary component of the E&S Team and the organization as we raise the bar of our environmental strategy and increase impact. 


    The ideal candidate demonstrates key behaviors of trust, transparency and listening, is a relationship builder, comfortable working with colleagues and vendor partners at all levels, but is also able to dive into details and data analytics and have the ability to bring relevance to data to drive action. 


    The position will work in partnership with TD Environment and other internal business groups and external partners as required. The position, as it pertains to Enterprise Real Estate accountabilities, will also be responsible for providing subject matter expertise on environmental matters / issues and, as directed, to provide appropriate leadership and support to cross functional areas to ensure all key stakeholder interests are appropriately aligned, managed and major deliverables are met.


    This position may be located in either Boston, MA or Mt. Laurel, NJ.


    CLICK HERE for full info & to apply.


    NK Architects has opening in New Jersey:
    Check out the Careers page at www.nkarchitects.com.They have several positions available for qualified professionals at their NJ and NYC offices.


    Eco-Schools NJ - seeking Project Coordinator:
    Eco-Schools NJ is based at the NJ Audubon. 
    Location: Statewide, office location (TBD). Click here for info


  • 26-Aug-2015 12:38 PM | Medea Villere (Administrator)

    USGBC NJ's Kids' Speed LEED on the Beach on 8/19/15 was a HUGE success & we had a terrific night of networking at the Summer Social. 



    Pictured: John Henry, NJ School Boards Association, at right instructing the kids.


    USGBC NJ was once again able to send 200 NJ kids & their chaperons to the beach for a full day of green education and rides, lunch & other boardwalk activities. 


    Thank you again to all of our sponsors, our volunteers, our educators, and attendees!

     

    CLICK HERE to see photos from both the Kids' Daytime event & the Evening Networking event. 

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