Infographic: Top 10 States for LEED in 2013 | U.S. Green Building Council
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Check out the states that are at the forefront of sustainable building design and transformation!

The per-capita list is based on 2010 U.S. Census data and includes commercial and institutional green building projects that were certified throughout 2013.

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Faculty and Director, Green Building Learning Collaborative, University of Florida
Pro Reviewer
Great updated data. it is much needed. thank you.
Energy-models.com
For the list of 50 states and more: check out http://energy-models.com/tools/leed-certified-buildings-state
Energy-models.com
For the list of 50 states and more: check out http://energy-models.com/tools/leed-certified-buildings-state
Partner, DooConsulting, Doo Consulting LLC
The timing of these stats a few weeks ago could not have been more pefect for us (in Maryland) given some legislation being debated! We're number 2! wooohooooo! oh - anyone have some intel on buildings reporting their energy stats? i think philadelphia is doing this? or NYC? merci.
Partner, DooConsulting, Doo Consulting LLC
The timing of these stats a few weeks ago could not have been more pefect for us (in Maryland) given some legislation being debated! We're number 2! wooohooooo! oh - anyone have some intel on buildings reporting their energy stats? i think philadelphia is doing this? or NYC? merci.
Entrepreneur, LEED AP
Look at the number of projects certified in California... Outstanding!
Technical Service Manager - Architect, ms consultants, inc.
Can you give me the current stats for Ohio? Thanks. Why isn't this information simply a ticker for each State on GBIG? Keep up the good work.
Technical Service Manager - Architect, ms consultants, inc.
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Great information. Is there a list of certified projects per state, for the remainder of states?
Media Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council
Hi Scott, yes, we can supply that information. Please feel free to reach me directly at jkriss@usgbc.org with any specific requests.
Great data. I am not sure why we are looking per capita vs just the list of top states with most certified ft2? Any reason for this?
Media Specialist, U.S. Green Building Council
Hi Jack, thanks for your comment. We rank the Top 10 States for LEED on a per-capita basis as a measure of the human element of green building. It allows for a fair comparison of the level of green building taking place among states with significant differences in population and, accordingly, number of overall buildings. See our press release for more information: http://www.usgbc.org/articles/usgbc-releases-top-10-states-nation-leed-g...
Design Architect, LEED® Green Assoc., Consolidated Consultants Group
Waw ! Impressive !

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