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WASHINGTON, DC-On Tuesday Skanska USA president Mike McNally announced he was resigning from the US Chamber of Commerce because of its backing of the American High-Performance Building Coalition, a lobbying organization that opposes USGBC’s LEED version 4. Worse, in McNally’s view, the AHPBC, which formed this time last year and consists of some 27 industry associations including the American Chemistry Council, appears to be taking aim at the use of LEED in government buildings. If true, it would undercut one of the chief green building standards accepted in most markets around the world.

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