The Future of Building: Inside a Net-Zero Water School

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Posted on April 21, 2012

On a grassy tract of land nestled in Lutz, Fla., alternative learning practices have become the norm at  Learning Gate Community School. In 2009 Learning Gate was the first public school to be awarded the U.S. Green Building Council LEED Platinum certification. The school focuses its curriculum on energy and water conservation, and serves as a nationwide model for future innovative and educational buildings.

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  1. Gbloopr says:

    What a wonderful dedicated community school.  Why can’t people learn from the organizations that do so much good.  Congratulations.  Georgia Rolfe

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