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About my libraryUSGBC’s Knowledge Center provides staff and visitor access to green building educational resources. By sharing educational materials in an engaging, interactive space, USGBC continues to further the role that high-quality learning opportunities play in supporting transformation of the marketplace. The Knowledge Center serves as the hub for employee professional development, the ending point for tours of USGBC’s headquarters and a break room for visiting executives and scholars.
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