Dated February 2016, this document updates and replaces the December 2008 Guiding Principles to: reflect the evolution of sustainable building design, construction, and operating practices since 2008;increase the economic and environmental benefits of Federal investments in facilities; enhance occupant health, wellness, and productivity; include climate resilience in building design, construction, and operations, and protect Federal facilities investments from the potential impacts of climate change; and provide information on tracking agency green building performance.
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