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        	<P class="caption">Green roof located on West Campus Residential Initiative </P>	
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			<p>	Green buildings strive to be as environmentally responsible as possible. A building's site, the materials from which it is made, practices used to construct it, and the
            systems that heat and cool it all play a part. In new construction, Cornell has followed the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design 
            (LEED<SUP>&reg;</SUP>) rating system on several buildings to achieve sustainable, healthy places in which students, faculty, and staff learn, live, and work. During renovation 
            and routine maintenance, Cornell also looks for environmentally friendly options. Cornell's Green Building Oversight Committee drafted Sustainable Design Guidelines for all of
            our construction projects.</p>
  

	  		<h3><a href="initiative.cfm">Green Buildings Initiatives </a></h3>
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            <p>This university initiative sets forth the process for ensuring that new buildings reflect sustainability standards.  Recently the Board of Trustees voted to make all building projects that exceed $5 million to achieve Silver Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (<a href="http://www.usgbc.org/DisplayPage.aspx?CMSPageID=222" target="_blank">LEED</a>) Standards.
            <p>In 2008 Cornell's Trustees approved the LEED/30 policy recommended by GBOC. This policy includes the directive that  Ithaca Campus new construction projects over $5M total project 
            cost be required to attain LEED certification at a minimum of Silver level, and that these projects achieve a minimum 30% energy savings compared to the baseline established 
            by <a href="http://www.ashrae.org/" target="_blank">ASHRAE</a> 90.1, the national standard for energy efficient buildings.</p>  
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            		<h3><a href="cornellgreencleaning.cfm">Green Cleaning  </a></h3>
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		<p>The Department of Building Care strives toward a more sustainable future by providing the best possible results, utilizing the least invasive cleaning products, equipment and protocol. In an effort to become less dependent upon chemicals, the department methodically reviews all available cleaning products that are not only "Green Certified" but are also truly useful in achieving our mission of maintaining a clean and safe environment for the Cornell community. All Building Care cleaning products are only added to the product line after a thorough review for safety by Cornell EH&S. In addition to employing "Green Certified" products, the department also provides comprehensive training to all of its 300+ employees to achieve sustainable cleaning without compromising the health and safety of our customers.</p>
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     		<h3> <a href="/buildings/indoor.cfm"> Indoor Environmental Quality</a></h3>
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             <p>Concern for the environment we live in is not exclusively for the natural world outdoor. This program in Environmental Health and Safety hopes to provide and maintain a
             healthy learning and working environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors inside all campus facilities. </p>
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            <h3><a href="/buildings/model.cfm">Air Modeling</a></h3> 
            <p> With a variety of research labs and other sources of air emissions around campus Cornell uses air dispersion modeling to ensure the safety of both people and the environment.</p>
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        		<h3><a href="contract.cfm">Cornell contract requirements</a></h3>
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            <p>The standards Cornell sets for itself also apply to companies that are contracted to build
             on campus. Noise control, soil erosion, hazardous materials handling, wetlands 
             protection . . . it's a fairly comprehensive list. <a href="contract.cfm">Take a look.</a></p>
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         <h1>Green Building Projects</h1>
	        <h3><a href="cusd.cfm">Cornell University Sustainable Design</a></h3>
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           <p>Cornell University won second place last October in Washington, D.C., in the 2005 Solar Decathlon-a competition to design and build energy-efficient solar homes - and also was chosen to enter one of 20 teams for the 2007 biennial competition. </p>    
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	  <h3><a href="weillmedicalcollege.cfm">Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar </a></h3>
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		<p>Double-layered walls and roofs, aluminum louvers, wind towers, sky lights, and ceiling fabric - all make the medical college building in Qatar an energy-efficient building</p>
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		<h3><a href="masterplanning.cfm">Master Planning and Land Use</a></h3>
		<p>A key player in the push for promoting sustainable futures will be the Cornell University Planning Office and the Campus Planning Committee. Balancing the needs of campus growth, community members, and visitors with the stewardship of Cornell's uniquely beautiful campus is a challenging task. Campus-wide planning incorporates and promotes long-term sustainability goals through strategies such as efficient land use, integrating transportation and landscape systems, collaborative stakeholder engagement, and ultimately results in a safe and accessible environment for the campus community.</p>
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        <h2>On Campus</h2>
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        	<li><a href="../about/about.cfm#build">Buildings Team</a></li>
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			<h2>Of Related Interest</h2>
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		  <li><a href="http://www.usgbc.org/" target="_blank">U.S. Green Building Council </a></li>
		  <li><a href="http://www.epa.gov/greenbuilding/" target="_blank">U.S. EPA Green Buildings page</a></li>
	      <li><a href="http://www.architecture2030.org/" target="_blank">Architecture 2030 </a></li>

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	    <h3>Did You Know?</h3>
			
			
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		The North wing of Martha Van Rensselaer, which is currently being reconstructed, is slated to have a green roof on the attached parking garage. </p>
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            <p>Cornell is committed to measuring and reducing greenhouse gas emissions related to campus operations.
             The Cornell Climate Action Plan aims to completely eliminate net carbon emissions from campus by 2050.
              Annual greenhouse gas reporting will be submitted to the Presidents Climate Commitment and 
            EPA.</p>
  
            <H2>Learn about the Climate Action Plan</H2>
            <p> <a href="index.cfm"> Cornell's Climate Action Plan (CAP)</a> is a roadmap that focuses on reducing an institution's 
            overall greenhouse gas emissions to zero. </p>
            <p> <a href="docs/cap_report3-22-10-hi res.pdf">Executive Summary (resolution for printing)</a>&#8212;pdf, <br />
                <a href="docs/cap_report3-22-10-lo res.pdf"> Executive Summary (resolution for viewing on web)</a>&#8212;pdf</p>
               
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                <h3><a href="../climate/index.cfm">American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment</a></h3>
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                <p>In February, 2007 President David Skorton signed a letter of intent, which will lead to the adoption of the American 
                College and University Presidents Climate Commitment in June. This agreement commits Cornell to pursuing a path towards 
                climate neutrality and a leadership role towards addressing global climate change.</p>
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        <h2>On Campus</h2>
        <ul>
        	<li><a href="../about/about.cfm#climate">Climate Team</a></li> 
        	<li><a href="http://rso.cornell.edu/kyotonow/" title="link to Kyotonow student group" target="_blank">Kyoto Student 
            Group</a></li>
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			<h2>Of Related Interest</h2>
			<ul>    
        		<li><a href="http://www.news.cornell.edu/stories/Oct10/SecondNature.html" title="link to article" target="_blank">
                CU receives climate leadership award from Second Nature</a></li>
			  <li><a href="http://www.aashe.org/" title="link to AASHE" target="_blank">Association for the Advancement of
               Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)</a></li>			
				<li><a href="https://stars.aashe.org/" title="link to STARS" target="_blank">Sustainability Tracking Assessment
                 &amp; Rating System (STARS&reg;)</a></li>
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Hi lisakilgore,

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do you know how the parent tag feature works in dreamweaver?
eg if I wanted to see where an end div originated, i would click to the left of bracket and it would show me.
so in the same site, one page this feature worked, and on another it didn't.
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Generally things don't work when you have invalid HTML syntax.  In the second code snippet above, on line 156 you have:

<img src="images/Wedge_Chart_2010.gif"Wedge Chart">

The extra " throws off DW completely.
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thank you, you are correct sir!
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