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Do LEED-Certified Green Buildings Protect Human Health?

Do “green” buildings protect human health from environmental hazards? The answer is “not necessarily,” according to a new report released today by Environment and Human Health, Inc. (EHHI), titled “LEED Certification: Where Energy Efficiency Collides With Human Health.”

EHHI is a non-profit organization composed of doctors, public health professionals and policy experts who specialize in research that examines environmental threats to human health.  The organization receives no funding from corporations or businesses.

Read more at  http://www.ehhi.org/leed/ or download the whole report http://www.ehhi.org/reports/leed/LEED_report_0510.pdf

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