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aiarchitect | volume 16   the news of america’s community of architects June 12, 2009
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Washington State Adopts AIA’s 2030 Goals
On Friday, May 8, Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire signed the Efficiency First Bill, S.B. 5854, which sets the goal of carbon neutrality for all new public and private new buildings and major restorations by 2031. The new state law is due in large part to the efforts of AIA members in Washington State. The bill was drafted by the AIA Washington Council, along with a coalition from the environmental community.
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