LEED (Leadership in Energy and Envorinmental Design) certification is a verification that a building or structure was designed and built with the best intentions toward sustainable resources – lower CO2 emissions, less water waste and overall energy efficiency are some of the standards looked at for LEED certification. It was developed by the United States Green Building Council, which was in turn founded by David Gottfried and Rick Fedrizzi. Both were founded in 1993. LEED itself was originally led by NRDC scientist Robert K. Watson.
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