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Green building activity continues to grow across the globe, with dramatic increases expected in 20 countries across five continents between now and 2021. The latest in a series of studies, the findings show great consistency in the benefits derived from green with previous studies in 2012 and 2015, but they also demonstrate the increasing influence of social factors like creating a sense of community, encouraging sustainable business practices and especially improving occupant health and well-being. Each of the 19 countries featured in this report has different triggers and challenges, and different social and environmental priorities.
The green mandates in Singapore have led to a high level of green activity already, and it is expected to grow even more in the three years. Vietnam market is driven by the priorities of commercial construction, including market demand, higher building values, and healthier buildings.
Australia currently has one of the most active green building markets in the study, and the level of activity is expected to grow in three years. However, concerns about cost continue to nag this market.
China contains at least two distinctly different markets: Mainland China, an emerging market with the potential for explosive green growth and HongKong, a mature green market that is largely driven by client demand.