As USGBC's director of technical policy, Jeremy oversees a national grassroots advocacy network and maintains a particular focus on state and local policy initiatives that reference LEED and green building codes. During his eight years at USGBC, Jeremy has written and presented extensively on green building policy trends and milestones across the U.S.
Prior to his time at USGBC, Jeremy worked as a renewable energy contractor for NYC-based altPOWER, Inc. Several of these projects also pursued LEED and Energy Star certification.
About this Collection
In March, 2015, Jeremy Sigmon (USGBC) and Adrienne Johnson (Stanford University) released a research paper by the same name. The analysis studies LEED-certified Building Design + Construction projects in California from 2006-2014 (the data set captured here in this GBIG collection) to illuminate trends in how LEED project teams in California have addressed building-related opportunities to conserve water, manage water flows off the project site, and restore the state's fragile hydrological resources. The paper also offers a look at new ideas, policies and tools (and especially LEED v4) as vehicles to accelerate statewide uptake of exceptional freshwater conservation and water resource management in all buildings in California. Read the
Water Efficient Landscaping
Water Use Reduction
LEED for Schools
Innovative Wastewater Technologies
water reuse strategies
Cumulative Activity Count by Year
LEED Designed Energy Efficiency (average % savings from baseline energy code for LEED BD&C projects)