COMMISSION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL COOPERATION
THREE COUNTRIES WORKING TOGETHER TO PROTECT OUR SHARED ENVIRONMENT
Green Building refers to design and construction practices that significantly reduce or eliminate the negative impact of buildings on the environment and occupants.
The following are works to examine the status of green building in North America, as well as some of the drivers and barriers to its development.
The Secretariat of the CEC has developed an Article 13 report on this matter, which has been presented to the governments and people of Mexico, Canada, and the United States.
| Paper 1: Green Building Energy Scenarios for 2030 |
Marbek Resource Consultants (Martin Adelaar and Mark Pasini), Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (Stephen Selkowitz), Odón de Buen
| Paper 2a: Toward Sustainable Financing and Strong Markets for Green Building: Green Building Marke |
Sinergia Capital (Luis Antonio García)
| Paper 2b: Toward Sustainable Financing and Strong Markets for Green Building |
US Green Building Fi
Malachite LLC (Leanne Tobias)
| Paper 2c: Toward Sustainable Financing and Strong Markets for Green Building |
| Paper 3a: Institutional Efforts for Green Building: The Case of Mexico |
Mario Molina Center
| Paper 3b: Institutional Efforts for Green Building: Approaches in Canada and the United States |
Alex Wilson, Jennifer Atlee, Halsall Associates (Doug Webber)
| Paper 4a: Residential Green Building in North America Working Toward Accessible and Sustainable H |
| Paper 4b: Residential Green Building in North America: Promoting Residential Green Building in Nor |
| Paper 4c: Residential Green Building in North America: The Benefits of a North American Strategy: |
The Sheltair Group (Innes Hood)