Watch as Architecture 2030 Founder and CEO Ed Mazria connects the dots between science, energy consumption, greenhouse gas emissions, architecture, planning, and construction.
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In May 2012, the New York Times reported that "Coal and electric utilities, long allied, are starting to split. More than 100 of the 500 or so U.S. coal-burning power plants are expected to be shut down in the next few years. While coal still provides about a third of the nation's power, just four years ago it was providing nearly half." More
Despite the protestations from the American Gas Association, Building Sector energy consumption and projections are trending downward dramatically.
Just as we have seen a resurgence in popularity of Zombie movies, whose origins are in the now classic 1968 thriller “Night of the Living Dead” (photo above), so do we see a return of the fossil fuel industry’s desperate attempts to animate certain still-living (we believe) bodies in Congress to repeal Section 433 of the 2007 Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA 2007) at this critical time in history.
Architecture 2030 introduces 'Just the Facts', a new feature that will list and link to the most up-to-date climate science from our top U.S. and global scientific organizations. "Our goal," says Architecture 2030 founder, Edward Mazria, "is to make it easier for our subscribers to get the facts and move beyond the rhetoric on both sides of the political spectrum." More
Everyone has heard the classic fairy tale of “Little Red Riding Hood” and the deceitful, greedy Old Wolf who has eaten the grandmother and now has his eyes on Little Red. It has been told to generations of school children.
In the most recent rendition of this fable, the American Gas Association and Federal Performance Contracting Coalition seem to have swallowed up a Congressional Committee and now have their eyes on both Federal agencies and the U.S. taxpayer. More
Architecture 2030 Founder and CEO Edward Mazria is one of five winners of the 2011 Purpose Prize, an annual award for social entrepreneurs over 60 who are using their experience and passion to make an extraordinary impact on some of society’s biggest challenges. More
With the nuclear reactor crisis in Japan continuing to unfold, an important discussion has been taking place in the U.S. about the current and future role of nuclear energy and our aging nuclear reactors. We have noticed that in the media, there is sometimes a gap between what is being stated as fact, and what is actually fact. For example, prominent U.S. officials have stated recently, "We get 20 percent of our energy right now in the United States from nuclear power." In fact, nuclear power is responsible for 8.6% of total U.S. energy consumption. More
An independent analysis conducted by Architecture 2030 illustrates that the Administration’s Better Buildings Initiative (BBI) can put the nation’s commercial real estate (CRE) market on the road to recovery, creating at least 300,000 new U.S. jobs and boosting tax revenue to begin putting money back into federal, state, and local coffers.
The Administration’s BBI plan, unveiled early last month, mirrors similar CRE tax incentives called for by Architecture 2030 in the CRE Solution (June 2010). More