GBES 117 LEED Green Associate How is development density calculated GBES 118

Gbes 117 leed green associate how is development

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©GBES 117 LEED Green Associate How is development density calculated? ©GBES 118 LEED Green Associate What is the purpose of locating a project in an area with DIVERSE USES? ©GBES 119 LEED Green Associate What is a DIVERSE USE? ©GBES 120
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LEED Green Associate A site not previously developed or graded that could support open space, habitat, or agriculture. product for use by purchaser only 116 LEED Green Associate Reduced automobile use which reduces automobile emissions. product for use by purchaser only 115 LEED Green Associate By drawing a radius from the project building product for use by purchaser only 118 LEED Green Associate Parking lots, roads, sidewalks, and plazas. product for use by purchaser only 117 LEED Green Associate A distinct, officially recognized business, nonprofit, civic, religious, or governmental organization, or dwelling units (residential use) or offices (commercial office use). It has a stationary postal address and is publicly available. It does not include automated facilities such as ATMs, vending machines, and touchscreens. product for use by purchaser only 120 LEED Green Associate Locating near diverse uses promotes walking which helps to limit urban sprawl and reduces automobile use. product for use by purchaser only 119
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LEED Green Associate How are diverse uses identified for a project? ©GBES 121 LEED Green Associate What helps reduce the heat island effect? ©GBES 122 LEED Green Associate What is PEDESTRIAN ACCESS? ©GBES 123 LEED Green Associate What is a PREVIOUSLY DEVELOPED site? ©GBES 124 LEED Green Associate What is the DEVELOPMENT FOOTPRINT? ©GBES 125 LEED Green Associate What is an ALTERNATIVE fuel vehicle? ©GBES 126
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LEED Green Associate Light colored paving materials Green roofs Cool roofs Shading Underground parking product for use by purchaser only 122 LEED Green Associate By walking distance from the project site. product for use by purchaser only 121 LEED Green Associate A site that was previously built on, has been graded, or contained a parking lot, roadway, or other structure. product for use by purchaser only 124 LEED Green Associate Pedestrian access allows pedestrians to walk between areas without interference from walls, highways or other barriers. product for use by purchaser only 123 LEED Green Associate An alternative fueled vehicle uses low-polluting, nongasoline fuels such as electricity, hydrogen, propane, compressed natural gas, liquid natural gas, methanol, and ethanol product for use by purchaser only 126 LEED Green Associate The development footprint includes all areas of a site affected by the development or project site activity. Include hardscapes, parking lots, access roads, non-building facilities and the building itself. product for use by purchaser only 125
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LEED Green Associate What are some examples of mass transit?
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