AB 32 Green Building Carbon Credit / Carbon Footprint Study
As part of the AB 32 process, several major Real Estate Groups including CBPA, ICSC, NAIOP, and BOMA California have funded efforts to quantify energy efficiency of new and existing buildings, and to think through the most efficacious way to incent energy efficiency under the regulatory scheme.
- Green Building Carbon Credit Proposal submitted to ARB
- Non-Residential Carbon Footprint Study
- Non-Residential Carbon Footprint Study PowerPoint
California Adopts Nation’s First
Statewide “Green” Building Code
California Business Properties Association (CBPA), applauds the action taken today by the California Building Standards Commission (BSC), to adopt the first set of statewide “green” building codes in the nation. Read the CBPA press release. Read a statement on Green Building Codes from the California State Governor.
CBPA members representing all types of properties (commercial, industrial, and retail) have spent months working on iterations of this historic code and submitting comments through the public process and think this is a blueprint that will produce ever increasing sustainable building.
“Our members applaud the Governor for his leadership in encouraging our industry to adopt feasible and cost effective technologies that ultimately will produce some of the most sustainable buildings in the nation. Adopting these codes through the existing iterative standards process is the best and quickest way to bring about this monumental change,” stated Rex Hime, CBPA President and CEO.