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50 shades of green: LEED-certified buildings may be thing of the past at UNLV

By Jessica Segovia UNLV’s Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) certification could be on its way out due to the high cost of certification and lack of performance. LEED certification is a third party green certification of a structure,

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UNLV starts new green grading system

Council implements self-reporting sustainability rubric

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UNLV welcomes sustainability librarian

Lied Library’s new staff member helps bookshelves and databases get a little bit greener

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Brookings fellow talks urban growth

 UNLV REBEL YELL 2009 Pietro Nivola proposes solutions to society’s rapidly increasing footprint

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The dark side of being green

Environmental activists ignore crucial facts, recruit without cause

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Students bring on 'Day of Action'

 UNLV REBEL YELL 2009 Sierra Student Coalition leads UNLV activists in call for legislative action on climate change

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UNLV makes average grade

 UNLV REBEL YELL 2009 UNLV’s “green” report card raises concerns about campus conservation plans

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Departments consolidated into one new school

 New structure New structure will increase efficiency, administrators say

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Rebel wins Governor's Cup

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UNLV graduate Steve Perkowski won first place and $20,000 in Nevada’s 2009 Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup competition and went on to compete in the tri-state contest Thursday.

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$2.1 million given to technology research

Department of Energy selects winning institutions

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