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Infographic: LEED in the World

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USGBC has created a new infographic, "LEED in the World," which lists the current number of both registered and certified LEED projects across the globe by gross square meters in different regions, and ranks the top 10 countries for green building.

The numbers show the explosive growth of the green building movement beyond North America, demonstrating the growing global consensus about the worldwide imperative to green the built environment.

(Figures are as of April 2013.)



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I also think it should be taken into account that a lot of projects, primarily government funded and estate projects, appear under "confidential". Statistics might not always show the most accurate number for some countries but still it is a great incentive for countries like us, Perú, to raise their number of LEED Registered and Certified Projects.

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I also think it should be taken into account that a lot of projects, primarily government funded and estate projects, appear under "confidential". Statistics might not always show the most accurate number for some countries but still it is a great incentive for countries like us, Perú, to raise their number of LEED Registered and Certified Projects.

Project Manager, EAN TECHNOLOGY

To Aurelio Ramirez-Zarzosa

Although USACE buildings in Korea design in accordance with LEED Silver, they usually don't certify, they self-certify. Only handful of small USACE buildings pursue actual LEED silver. certification.

Is there any LEED centre in India,if yes were it is.

Please send information to my email
email: [email protected]

Thank

I want to be in Yazd, a branch of the Ld
What should I do to get the representation

Director, International Marketing and Communications, United States Green Building Council

Hi Noel. There are 16 projects in Saudi Arabia that the owner type is categorized as either Federal Government (13) or International Government (3). There are other government owned projects such as education related projects as well 23 in total. And we also have 3 projects which have owner type of Local Government. There is a total of 151 projects currently registered and certified in Saudi Arabia.

Partner & CEO, Z3 - Gestion de Proyectos Oy, S. L.

Just to comment that in countries like Germany and South Korea, show numbers that distort the real Country LEED buildings. These are the US Navy, Army, Air Bases and Embassies buildings which are much bigger in number than the number realy the country has by itself. The US Navy, US Army, US Air Bases plus the Embassies should be discounted from the countries and included within the USA ones. In countries with a ratio bigger than 1/100 US Bases-Embassies / Country does not distort to much but in those that is 60/40 the distortion is big.

Architectural Engineer, Zuhair Fayez Partnership - Riyadh KSA

A matter of Query and concerned, There are many Government Projects for building Development in Saudi Arabia but it never appears not even one (1) is registered under LEED or Certified.?

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