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Concordia strives to pursue sustainable best practices in construction with new LEED-certified buildings on campus and renovations for older buildings that improve energy efficiency and provide faculty, students and staff with more sustainable buildings.

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The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is an internationally recognized sustainability rating system for buildings. As of July 2014, there are currently 3 LEED-certified buildings at Concordia University:

More information related to LEED certified buildings at Concordia:

Many sustainability initiatives have been implemented in other buildings of Concordia University; many of which have been led by Facilities Management’s Engineering and Building Performance team.

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