NACGBNorth American College of Gnostic Bishops
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To gain greater insight into the reason for the NACGB's being and its views on the LEED system, W&WP questioned Jerry Schwartz, senior director of Water Quality Programs at the American Forestry & Paper Assn.
For example, many companies belonging to the Architectural Woodwork institute, a member of the NACGB, Lake exception to the fact that the LEED rating system only recognizes woods certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.
Without a bigger say in the LEED system, the NACGB fears its members' businesses will be impaired.
While the interests of the individual members are diverse, the main issue that brings them together under the NACGB umbrella is the hope that a stronger, unified voice will earn them a bigger role in the development of LEED system standards.