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Congress for the New Urbanism

Congress for the New Urbanism

GGHC — Home Div. of Consumer Affairs - Professional Boards and Advisory Committees Professional Boards and Advisory Committees The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs supervises the activities of 46 boards and committees, regulating more than 100 professions and occupations. Approximately 600,000 New Jerseyans are licensed by these boards or committees. The overriding mission of each board, and committee, is to protect the public by ensuring that only qualified individuals are licensed to practice in New Jersey. Boards are supported by professional staff members who receive and process complaints and related information, and present them to the Board for review. List of All Licensees New Jersey Drug Control Unit (C.D.S.) In Pursuit of True Sustainability in the Built Environment — Version 2.0 Version 2.0 of the Living Building Challenge was released in November 2009. To gain an understanding of the substantive differences made to the Imperatives between version 2.0 and 2.1, download the Red Line Document. Some typos and minor changes to improve the application of the program's Imperatives were incorporated into the 2.0 document dated April 2010, which can be downloaded from the link below. Download the errata sheet for these corrections to the Living Building Challenge 2.0 Standard document dated November 2009. Desafio del Edificio Vivo 2.0 está disponible en español.Version 2.0 of the Living Building Challenge is available in Spanish. Version 1.3 Version 1.3 of the Living Building Challenge was released in August 2009 as an update to the original standard document. December 31, 2013 is the sunset date to submit documentation for certification under v1.0-1.3. All other projects should refer to Living Building Challenge 2.0 for relevant program information.

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