Discounted Access for ACUPCC Signatory Institutions

Made possible by the generous support of Second Nature Partners and Affiliate Members

Bioneers: Conference, Resources (20-30% Discount)

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Bioneers is thrilled to be partnering with Second Nature to provide 20-30% discounts to all ACUPCC signatory and Title III/V institutions. Special offerings include:

Click here for more information on all available discounts, or email

BuildingGreen Inc.: BuildingGreen Suite with Campus-wide Access (50% Discount)

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Second Nature worked with BuildingGreen, Second Nature’s Affiliate Member, to make their comprehensive and authoritative BuildingGreen Suite available to Title III/V signatory institutions at a 50% discount off their regular campus rate of $995/year. Even the regular campus rate is a great deal for this online resource—the usual rate for building professionals is much higher.

BuildingGreen Suite includes online access to Environmental Building News, the GreenSpec product guide, hundreds of in-depth case studies, and much more. A campus-wide license to BuildingGreen Suite can serve both facilities staff as they apply green technologies in design and renovation projects and it’s a great resource for classroom use and student projects. Please visit this website and bring this key green design resource to your campus.

USGBC: Green Building Basics and LEED Online Course (Free Access)

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USGBC is offering free access to the Green Building Basics and LEED® online course to ACUPCC signatory and Title III/V institutions, and USGBC Higher Education members. School Administrators should send a request with the name of your school, type of institution (ACUPCC Signatory, Title III/V, and USGBC Higher Education Members) and the expected number of participants to

The deadline to take advantage of this offer is December 31, 2011.

USGBC: Paid From Savings Guide for Existing Building (Free – Limited Number)

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Free to Title III/V ACUPCC Signatory Institutions (Valued at $50)

This is a guide to help building facilities managers and energy service companies (ESCOs) leverage utility cost savings to fund comprehensive green building retrofits. The resource provides detailed information on how to aggregate green improvement measures to optimize project economics and achieve LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance certification.

Brought to you by the Center for Green Schools at the U.S. Green Building Council and its founding sponsor United Technologies Corporation. To download the summary, please click here.

To request a copy, please email