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Grant Money Available for Your Schools Committee

One-time matching grants of up to $2,000 will be awarded to chapter green schools committees. Applications are due July 2 by 11:59 PDT. Grant criteria and applications were distributed to committee chairs May 24 and can also be found on the Extranet. Grants will be awarded by July 23. Contact Emily Knupp with any questions.

Are You "Generation Green?" Show us!

In a 30-second video, tell us what you're doing to redefine our future. We're looking to hear from everyone: from children to the most seasoned professional, from student to chief executive. Whether you're taking small steps in your daily life or creating the next big green innovation, let us know, and it could end up on usgbc.org or maybe even part of the Greenbuild 2010 opening plenary! Details are on the Extranet.

Download Federal Summit Presentations Starting June 4

The 2010 USGBC Federal Summit, "Leadership in Sustainability from Coast to Coast," was a huge success with more than 700 attendees. Powerful, inspiring speeches were delivered by U.S. General Services Administration Administrator Martha Johnson, former Mayor of Pittsburgh Tom Murphy and others. Presentations will be available for download on June 4 here.

Sign up to Receive the Advocacy & Policy Update

USGBC is releasing its quarterly Advocacy & Policy Update to keep the community up to speed on their important work on policy development at all levels of government, as well as internationally. Manage your subscriptions on usgbc.org here if you wish to receive this update. To review the February Advocacy & Policy Update, click here.

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