This FACT indicates the number of green star rated projects as a proportion of 100,000 people which operate within the respective Australian states.
A Green Star project is one that has been certified under the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA). The GBCA's Green Star rating system is awarded to projects that have been implemented with the aim of reducing their environmental impact. The project can be a building, a number of buildings, or a fit-out. The certification is given to both new projects and projects that have undergone extensive renovations. In real numbers, Victoria and New South Wales would certainly have the most green-star rated projects, according to the GBCA. Comparing the number of green-star projects against the population, however, shows that the Australian Capital Territory has the most green-star rated projects, at 14.34 per 100,000 people.