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King Library LEED certification

This research guide describes the green features of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library, as defined by the LEED certification for the Operations & Maintenance for existing buildings, and focuses on the interconnections of buildings, community and self.

LEED Credit: Energy & Atmosphere

LEED Energy & Atmosphere (EA) Overview

LEED Credit Library

Remember the 3 E's: Environment, Equity, Economics!

Green Ninja

The Library's Atmosphere

How does the library heat, cool and power itself?

Skim  the SJSU Utilities Master Plan, SJSU Utilities, Part III to find out.

What is the CSU's (California State University) Energy Conservation Goal?

  • Why is it important to have controlled heating and cooling for:
    • students
    • elderly patrons
    • homeless populations
    • employees