China now the third largest LEED-adopting country, but the real growth is in China Green Label

In their recent media conference in Shanghai, the USGBC announced that there are close to 1,500 LEED-certified and registered projects in China so far, making the country the third largest in terms of LEED certification. Officers from the USGBC proclaimed the fast growth of LEED projects in China...

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