Does location matter more than LEED ratings?

05/3/2010 | WashingtonPost.com

Green architecture is all well and good, writes Dan Malouff, but a badly located building will have a hefty environmental footprint no matter how energy-efficient its design. Walkable urban sites will always be greener than sprawling suburbs, he notes, so planners and developers should pay attention to location and neighborhood development as part of their green-building efforts.

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