NAIOP UNVEILS ONLINE CENTER FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT.
The site brings together a collection NAIOP's resources related to sustainable development, ranging from publications to current legislative issues and upcoming education opportunities. Available are green-related columns and feature articles from Development magazine, NAIOP's quarterly publication; links to publications in the NAIOP Bookstore; and information on sustainable-associated research conducted by the NAIOP Research Foundation.
"NAIOP and its member companies are interested in the opportunities that green development can bring to the commercial real estate industry," said Thomas J. Bisacquino, NAIOP president. "Toward that effort, we felt it was important to create this online center as a resource for our members and the industry at large. NAIOP's green-related resources are invaluable as our members learn more about how 'green' can be implemented into their own business practices."
NAIOP's Green REsource (real estate resources) site was established to meet the growing demand of the membership for resources and education that address green development initiatives. The site will:
* Promote best practices through articles and featured companies in Development magazine;
* Provide information and links to green legislation, in states and federally;
* Feature research reports and published materials to provide "green" education; and
* Serve as an ongoing, updated center for education opportunities.
Future additions for the site include an opportunity for member-promotion of their own green development activities and recognition.
The Green REsources site is available to all users of the NAIOP Web site and is available at http://www.naiop.org/greenresource.
The National Association of Industrial and Office Properties is the nation's leading trade association for developers, owners, investors and other professionals in industrial, office and mixed-use commercial real estate. Founded in 1967, NAIOP is comprised of more than 14,500 members in 53 North American chapters and provides networking opportunities, educational programs, research on trends and innovations and strong legislative representation.
For more information, visit http://www.naiop.org.
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