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PITTSBURGH-Pennsylvania has fallen behind other states in green building, according to a report in the Pittsburgh Business Times. Sources say Gov. Ed Rendell is serious about sustainability, but the state’s legislature has held green measures back by not requiring LEED-certified buildings.

However, Pittsburgh has made some strides in the area, by giving developers density bonuses for going green. The industry in the state could see more local municipalities passing similar programs even if the state as a whole doesn’t have an overall arrangement in place.

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