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Regional Priority
Regional priority

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Warehouses-EBOM-v4 RPc1: Regional Priority 1-4 points

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The Laurentia Project, HPDC
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Intent

To provide an incentive for the achievement of credits that address geographically specific environmental, social equity, and public health priorities.

Requirements

Earn up to four of the six Regional Priority credits. These credits have been identified by the USGBC regional councils and chapters as having additional regional importance for the project’s region. A database of Regional Priority credits and their geographic applicability is available on the USGBC website, www.usgbc.org/rpc.

One point is awarded for each Regional Priority credit achieved, up to a maximum of four.

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© Copyright U.S. Green Building Council, Inc. All rights reserved.

Intent

To provide an incentive for the achievement of credits that address geographically specific environmental, social equity, and public health priorities.

Requirements

Earn up to four of the six Regional Priority credits. These credits have been identified by the USGBC regional councils and chapters as having additional regional importance for the project’s region. A database of Regional Priority credits and their geographic applicability is available on the USGBC website, www.usgbc.org/rpc.

One point is awarded for each Regional Priority credit achieved, up to a maximum of four.

What about international projects?

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Where can I learn more about how RP credit zones for LEEDv4 projects were determined?

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Tristan Roberts

LEED AP BD+C, LFA

The Laurentia Project, HPDC
Technical Director

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