The new Las Vegas CityCenter is a composed of a collection of buildings, most of which have been certified as of above-average sustainability by the LEED green building council. At least six buildings in the CityCenter have received LEED Gold ratings – the second-highest rating on the LEED sustainability scale. Sustainability initiatives implemented in the CityCenter include impressive measures for energy efficiency and water conservation, use of wood certified as sustainable by the Forest Stewardship Council, and reliance on the first fleet of hotel limosines to be powered on compressed natural gas. Of course, the buildings in CityCenter still have an environmental impact – but the designers of the project have made a praisworthy attempt to build the CityCenter as green as possible.
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