Architecture 2030

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A Reality Check from the AIA 2030 Commitment 2015 Progress Report

The annual assessment finds that the building industry is not on track to meet the... More

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Get Caught Up on Green Building Rating Systemsweaetxdyvaydzcwq

You may know the forthcoming LEED v4 inside and out, but other green building certification programs are pushing the industry forward as well. More

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Vision 2020: The Road to Sustainability

The leading voices of our industry share their visions for the future in 10 critical areas and lay out the road map to sustainability for 2020 and beyond. More

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The Next Built Environment, Today

Energy & Carbon chairs Edward Mazria and Francesca Desmarais examine what the building sector needs to do to expand sustainable design and reduce carbon levels to 350 ppm by 2030. More

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The 2030 Challenge’s Energy Reduction Targets Are Within Reach

Architecture 2030 says new U.S. Energy Information Administration forecast projects building energy use by 2030 will have dropped nearly 70% from 2005 due to improved building design and efficiency. More

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Architecture 2030 Launches Building Product Carbon-Reduction Initiative

Similar to the organization’s building performance improvement mission, the 2030 Challenge for Products will set benchmarks for reducing the carbon footprint of building materials by targeting greenhouse gas emissions resulting from manufacturing and transportation. More

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