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Visionary Leader, Extraordinary Life

Visionary Leader, Extraordinary Life

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October 31st 2011:U.S. Green Building Council’s Rachel Gutter and Her Powerful Vision-in-Action to Green Our Schools

A substantial number of our nation’s schools are in poor or dangerous conditions – they harbor unhealthy levels of dust and mold, making the air unfit to breathe. With 20% of our country in school, Rachel Gutter recognized a need for making schools healthier and higher performing, while saving energy and taxpayer dollars. Rachel brought this idea to the forefront of today’s education discussion, and aims to have green schools for everyone within this generation. Join Kate and Rachel to learn how her work through the U.S. Green Building Council’s Center for Green Schools is driving improvements

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Rachel Gutter

Rachel Gutter, Director, Center for Green Schools When the Center for Green Schools at the U.S. Green Building Council was established in 2010 to serve as the driver for green schools dialogue, policy development and innovation, USGBC appointed Rachel Gutter to take the reins. Rachel came to USGBC in 2007 to oversee the launch of LEED for Schools, a version of USGBC’s popular green building certification program that facilitates the design, construction and operations of high-performance, green schools. Later that year, Rachel spearheaded the launch of the National Green Schools Campaign to engage students and teachers, parents and school superintendents, elected officials and other
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