Architecture 2030 Oct 16, 2013
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Launching the 2030 Palette at Greenbuild 2013

“How we plan and design the built environment from here on out will determine whether climate change is manageable or catastrophic.”
Edward Mazria

The 2030 Palette, Architecture 2030’s latest catalyst for driving a global transformation towards a low-carbon and resilient built environment, will be publicly launched in Philadelphia this November at Greenbuild 2013.

Over the next twenty years, an area equal to a staggering 3.5 times the entire built environment of the U.S. will be redesigned, reshaped, and rebuilt.  This pressing need calls for nothing less than next month’s rocket launch of the 2030 Palette.  The Palette succinctly puts the principles and actions behind low-carbon and resilient built environments at the fingertips of designers, planners, and builders as we rush to embrace this opportunity for a global transformation.

Edward Mazria, CEO & Founder of Architecture 2030, will be presenting the full release of the 2030 Palette at Greenbuild 2013.  If you’re headed to Philadelphia in November, this is an event you don’t want to miss.  As part of the Greenbuild 2013 Master Series, Mazria will give an update on the global built environment and demonstrate some of the exciting new features of the Palette we have been prototyping with our beta testers over the last few months.

Edward Mazria's Master Series session on the 2030 Palette takes place on Wednesday, Nov. 20th, at 2pm.

You can add the talk to your schedule here before the session fills up – seating is limited.

2030 Palette


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Speak at Greenbuild 2013

Witness history as Ed Mazria launches the 2030 Palette and presents a critical update on our progress and future challenges in transforming the built environment.
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