Grab a free pass and meet the Rainforest Alliance at Greenbuild 2015

If you are an architect, project manager, builder, lawmaker, designer, or community member with a passion for green building then you will probably be heading to Greenbuild the world’s largest conference and expo for the green building community being held in Washington DC from 18 to 20 November.

The Rainforest Alliance will be at the expo from 18 -19 November – come and see us at booth 1418 – as will a number of the companies we work with whose FSC®-certified products can help you earn valuable LEED credits.
Did you know that the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC) is the only forestry standard currently recognized by LEED? That’s right. So why not talk to the Rainforest Alliance about how we can help you maximize the positive environmental impact of your next building or renovation project by working with wood.

By specifying FSC products you can earn LEED credits or go a step further and pursue FSC Chain-of-Custody Project Certification and gain use of the FSC label. The Rainforest Alliance’s own HQ in the historic Woolworth Building in New York achieved FSC Project certification in March 2013, the first in the region to achieve the distinction. So we know exactly what it takes to achieve full or partial Project Certification.

Register for one of our free passes, visit us at booth 1418, and find out how we can help you achieve LEED credits or FSC Project Certification by sourcing responsibly produced timber for your next project.

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