Like any matter of opinion, there would be pros and cons if all states followed LEED standards strictly. Certainly the country’s carbon footprint and other emissions would be significantly reduced. On the other hand, it’s unlikely that everyone in the US can afford to construct LEED-certified buildings, so it might be problematic is the government dictated that the criteria had to be followed exactly. A less controversial idea might be to give hefty tax breaks credits for LEED buildings, which some governments have already done.
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