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The San Diego Green Building Council is a community of building industry professionals and sustainability advocates with expertise in areas such as architecture, construction, design, urban planning, policy, and more. We work together to promote sustainable building and community practices to bring the San Diego region closer to achieving its climate, water, waste, and energy goals. Learn about the local impact of our initiatives and projects here.
We are driven by our mission to inspire, educate, and collaborate within our community to transform our built environment toward true sustainability, and work towards our vision that buildings and communities will regenerate and sustain the health and vitality of all life within a generation. The San Diego Green Building Council’s nonprofit documents are accessible at our Guide Star profile. In 2017, we completed a strategic planning process to better align our resources and accelerate the transition towards a more sustainable San Diego, you can download our strategic plan here.
Our members are at the beating heart of our community and sustainable change in San Diego. We currently have about 250 members who represent architecture, construction, and other industries. Join us today and become part of the movement.
USGBC Mission and Vision
We're committed to transforming how our buildings are designed, constructed and operated through LEED, because we believe that every person deserves a better, more sustainable life.
Our vision is that buildings and communities will regenerate and sustain the health and vitality of all life within a generation. Our mission is to transform the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated, enabling an environmentally and socially responsible, healthy, and prosperous environment that improves the quality of life.
Today people know that if they are in a LEED-certified building they are using less energy and water, avoiding waste, saving on maintenance costs, improving indoor air quality, offering comfort to their occupants, and creating less environmental burden on their community. They also know that they are in a building that enhances health and wellness. Now green building has grown into a trillion-dollar industry, and LEED has become the most widely used green building program in the world. Visit the USGBC Website