Top 10 countries for LEED
LEED projects can be found in over 140 countries and territories around the world and on six out of seven continents — there are no LEED projects in Antarctica, but you never know what the future holds.
To provide a better view of LEED’s impact globally, we’ve ranked the top 10 countries for LEED outside of the U.S.. Looking at the gross square meters of certified space around the globe, we came up with the list below.
What’s changed over the last year?
Canada, China and India have always led the way for LEED projects and in the last year they certified a combined total of 13 million gross square meters.
The top ten countries together, represent 61 million gross square meters of LEED-certified space. That’s an increase of 41% from last year.
Brazil, which ranks seventh for LEED-certified gross square meters of space and fourth for LEED-certified projects, recently certified two stadiums in preparation for the 2014 World Cup games. They have the largest number of certified stadiums and the only platinum certified stadiums outside the U.S.