Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Green Loans = greenbacks

Lisa Michelle Galley has forgotten more about green loans than most of us (guess I'd better start learning now given the trend and the demand for the product), so I can without hesitation recommend part 1 of her projected two-parter on the topic. The key? Don't just assume that LEED = green (or at least I think that's what she is saying); rather, set certain performance targets that will reduce a carbon footprint and use that as the basis for measurement, because actual performance will, down the road, really matter.


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