Use this Excel workbook to calculate water consumption inputs for Green Globes.
Green Globes’ use of weighted criteria, non-applicable criteria, and partial credit provides flexibility for building owners to concentrate on green features and policies that are practical and feasible for their building while avoiding scoring penalties and fees.
We are often asked to compare ourselves to LEED. We believe the question shouldn't be "why Green Globes versus LEED" but "which certification is better for my building and my occupants?" We have provided this comparison to make that decision easier.
This document contains guidance that will help you decide which Green Globes assessment and certification program is best for your building or project.
See how incorporating efficient systems and implementing sustainable best practices can yield reduced operating costs for hotels.
GBI's requirements for continuous utility data monitoring and verification system for federal agency buildings, consistent with the Department of Energy's Final Rule (2014-10-14 Green Building Certification Systems for Federal Buildings; 10 CFR Part 433).
The Protocol for Green Globes Virtual Site Assessments helps clients prepare for virtual onsite assessments in lieu of in-person onsite assessments.
Learn more about GBI's work with multifamily projects, the available protocols and features, and agencies that recognize Green Globes certification.