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Building a better Louisiana through GREEN SCHOOLS and GREEN TOOLS

USGBC Louisiana is good for Louisiana


USGBC Louisiana is working every day to make Louisiana a healthier, more prosperous place to live, work and learn by greening the built environment. Through education, legislative advocacy, research, and service, our members and a network of dedicated volunteers are making a difference.

We are committed to making green building a priority in Louisiana.

Membership is open to anyone with a passion for green building, sustainable communities, and a brighter future for our state.

Recent LEED Certifications

LEED Certified v2.2 on 8/22/14

LSU Hilltop Arboretum Education Facility at 11855 Highland Road in Baton Rouge

LEED Gold Certified NCv2009 on 9/4/2014

LHFA Activity Center at 150/250 17th Street in Baton Rouge

LEED Gold Certified NCv2009 on 9/4/2104

FY11 Fort Fort VOLAR Barrack at 1054 1000 Block SW at Fort Polk

LEED Gold Certified NCv2009 on 11/1/2104

New TUAS Facility at 7205 Texas Avenue at Fort Polk

LEED Silver Certified CI v2009 on 12/16/14

Mid City 421 N Carrollton Avenue in New Orleans

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Green Schools Challenge

47 schools on board this year!

Greenbuild 2015 Call for Presentations

Three opportunities to be a Greenbuild

presenter in 2015!

The deadlines for proposals are:

  • Greenbuild (Washington, D.C.): Friday, Jan. 16 at 5:00 pm EST
  • Greenbuild Europe & the Mediterranean: Friday, Feb. 13 at 5:00 pm EST
  • Greenbuild Brazil: Friday, Feb. 20 at 6:00 pm BRT

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Event Calendar

Everblue LEED Green Associate Training

Everblue LEED Green Associate Training

Online Surveys
Check out Anna Bell's
for ideas, project
updates,and pictures
of the 2nd Annual Green
Schools Challenge.

Green Schools. Green Tools.

Building a better Louisiana.