Sea Level Rise Greater Than Expected

Bad News for the US A new report appearing in today’s Science magazine, ‘Kinematic Constraints on Glacier Contributions to 21st-Century Sea-Level Rise’, projects a sea level rise of up to two meters this century. Many Americans are unaware of how little a rise in sea level is required to devastate the US. According to Architecture […]

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Mazria Unveils Blueprint at Historic Energy Summit

Energy Independence is Within Reach This week, at a historic gathering of industry leaders, scientists, policy experts and elected officials, Edward Mazria laid out a path for US energy independence. The roster of speakers at the first annual National Clean Energy Summit, hosted by US Senator Harry Reid, the Center for American Progress Action Fund […]

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Meeting the 2030 Challenge Through Building Codes

Cracking the Code: A Much-Awaited Approach for Dramatically Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions In a major announcement today, Edward Mazria and Architecture 2030 have released an unprecedented and much-anticipated guide for every city, county and state in the nation to swiftly meet the greenhouse gas reduction targets of the 2030 Challenge. Published in a new white paper, titled “Meeting the […]

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Face It Webcast

There is a Solution to Global Warming Over 175,000 people chose to “Face It” on January 30, 2008, tuning into this webcast to kick-off Focus the Nation and 2030’s Reverberate Competitions.

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Successes in 2007

It’s Been A Great Year! Congratulations are in order for all of you who have helped us at Architecture 2030 get our message out. We’re looking forward to the challenges and opportunities of the New Year. We want to take this opportunity to thank you for your support. Have a wonderful holiday season! PBS e2: Architecture […]

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Global Emergency Teach-In

Over the past several months Architecture 2030 has been busier than ever.  We set some very challenging goals for ourselves, and with enormous support and commitment, we achieved much of what we set out to accomplish.  Our team, accompanied by four very influential speakers, joined forces with some of the most powerful names in the […]

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Campus Sustainability Examples

Sonoma State University Sustainability was a driving force in the design of the Sonoma State University Student Recreation Center. Approximately 70% of the building is naturally ventilated and cooled; the building is “night flushed” of all hot air and utilizes interior thermal mass to moderate daytime interior temperatures. Vents located in the lobby skylight and […]

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2010 Imperative Global Emergency Teach-In

A quarter million people from 47 different countries gathered here on February 20, 2007 to participate in The 2010 Imperative: A Global Emergency Teach-in conducted by Architecture 2030. During this interactive webcast, 2030 issued the 2030 Challenge and the 2010 Imperative, specific achievable strategies to transform the built environment. These strategies are designed to immediately […]

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