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Credits that Address Health through Physical Activity

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Category Product Credit Benefit
Sustainable Sites
Credit 2 NC Development Density and Community Connectivity Increased walking and physical activity
Credit 4.1 NC Alternative Transportation – Public Transport Access Increased walking and physical activity
Credit 4.2 NC Alternative Transportation – Bicycle Storage and Changing Rooms Increased bicycling and physical activity
Credit 4.4 NC Alternative Transportation -Parking Capacity Increased walking, bicycling and physical activity
Credit 2 CI Development Density and Community Connectivity Increased walking and physical activity
Credit 3.1 CI Alternative Transportation – Public Transport Access Increased walking and physical activity
Credit 3.2 CI Alternative Transportation – Bicycle Storage and Changing Rooms Increased bicycling and physical activity
Credit 3.3 CI Alternative Transportation -Parking Capacity Increased walking, bicycling and physical activity
Credit 4 EBOM Alternative Commuting Transportation Increased walking, bicycling and physical activity
Smart Location and Linkage
Prereq1 ND Smart Location Increased walking and physical activity
Credit 3 ND Reduced Automobile Dependence Increased walking and physical activity
Credit 4 ND Bicycle Network and Storage Increased walking and physical activity
Credit 5 ND Housing and job proximity Increased walking and physical activity
Neighborhood Pattern and Design
Prereq1 ND Walkable Streets Increased walking and physical activity
Prereq2 ND Compact Development Increased walking and physical activity
Prereq3 ND Connected and Open Community Increased walking and physical activity
Credit 1 ND Walkable Streets Increased walking and physical activity
Credit 2 ND Compact Development Increased walking and physical activity
Credit 3 ND Mix-Use Neighborhood Centers Increased walking and physical activity
Credit 5 ND Reduced Parking Footprint Increased walking and physical activity
Credit 6 ND Street Network Increased walking, bicycling, and physical activity
Credit 7 ND Transit Facilities Increased walking and physical activity
Credit 8 ND Transportation Demand Management Increased walking and physical activity
Credit 9 ND Access to Civic and Public Spaces Increased walking and physical activity
Credit 10 ND Access to Recreation Facilities Increased walking and physical activity
Credit 14 ND Tree-Lined and Shaded Streets Increased walking and physical activity
Credit 15 ND Neighborhood Schools Increased walking and physical activity
Sustainable Sites
Prereq 1 NC Construction Activity Pollution Prevention Reduced emissions and dust improve local air quality and water quality
Neighborhood Pattern and Design
Credit 13 ND Local Food Production Increased access to healthy food and nutrition
Green Infrastructure and Buildings
Prereq 4 ND Construction Activity Pollution Prevention Reduced emissions and dust improve local air quality and water quality
Indoor Environment Quality
Prereq 1 NC Minimum Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Performance Improves indoor air quality and protects respiratory health
Prereq 2 NC Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) Control Reduced exposure to environmental tobacco smoke and reduced risk of all tobacco-related disease
Credit 1 NC Outdoor Air Delivery Monitoring Proper fresh air mix improves indoor air quality and protects respiratory health
Credit 2 NC Increased Ventilation Regulated air quality and temperature reduce risk of respiratory symptoms
Credit 3.1 and 3.2 NC Construction IAQ Management Plan Regulated air quality and temperature reduce risk of respiratory symptoms
Credit 5 NC Indoor Chemical and Pollution Source Control Regulated air quality and temperature reduce risk of respiratory symptoms
Credit 6.2 NC Controllability of systems – Thermal Comfort Regulated air quality and temperature reduce risk of respiratory symptoms
Credits 7.1 and 7.2 NC Thermal Comfort Regulated air quality and temperature reduce risk of respiratory symptoms
Credits 8.1 and 8.2 NC Daylight and Views Natural light and views are restorative, and can reduce pain in health care settings
Prereq 1 CI Minimum Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Performance Improves indoor air quality and protects respiratory health
Prereq 2 CI Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) Control Reduced exposure to environmental tobacco smoke and reduced risk of all tobacco-related disease
Credit 1 CI Outdoor Air Delivery Monitoring Proper fresh air mix improves indoor air quality and protects respiratory health
Credit 2 CI Increased Ventilation Regulated air quality and temperature reduce risk of respiratory symptoms
Credit 3.1 and 3.2 CI Construction IAQ Management Plan – During Construction Regulated air quality and temperature reduce risk of respiratory symptoms
Credit 5 CI Indoor Chemical and Pollution Source Control Regulated air quality and temperature reduce risk of respiratory symptoms
Credit 6.2 CI Controllability of systems – Thermal Comfort Regulated air quality and temperature reduce risk of respiratory symptoms
Credits 7.1 and 7.2 CI Thermal Comfort Regulated air quality and temperature reduce risk of respiratory symptoms
Credits 8.1 and 8.2 CI Daylight and Views Natural light and views are restorative, and can reduce pain in health care settings
Prereq 1 EBOM Minimum Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Performance Improves indoor air quality and protects respiratory health
Prereq 2 EBOM Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) Control Reduced exposure to environmental tobacco smoke and reduced risk of all tobacco-related disease
Prereq 3 EBOM Green Cleaning Policy Reduced risk of respiratory and neurological symptoms among maintenance staff
Credits 1.1 -1.5 EBOM Indoor Air Quality – Best Management Practices Improves indoor air quality and protects respiratory health
Credit 2.3 EBOM Occupant Comfort – Thermal Comfort Monitoring Regulated air quality and temperature reduce risk of respiratory symptoms
Credit 2.4 EBOM Daylight and Views Natural light and views are restorative, and can reduce pain in health care settings
Credits 3.1 -3.6 EBOM Green Cleaning Policy Reduced risk of respiratory and neurological symptoms among maintenance staff
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