2030 Challenge Committee Shines a Light on Canadian Projects
September 2010 | 2030 Challenge
Architecture Canada’s RAIC 2030 Challenge Committee is calling for project submissions to highlight Canadian projects that are meeting the 2030 Challenge.
The Committee is currently asking for submissions in order to identify, publish and promote energy-efficient commercial, institutional, industrial and multi-residential Canadian projects completed in the past ten years with the goal of identifying projects that satisfy the 2030 Challenge’s intended targets.
This effort will draw attention to progress that is being made in Canada towards meeting the 2030 Challenge and we look forward to learning more about these exciting projects. The 2030 Challenge targets for energy and fossil-fuel emissions reductions in buildings can be found on our website.
For full details on the submission process, visit Architecture Canada’s website.
For more information see today’s article in the Daily Commercial News and Construction Record.
Architecture 2030’s mission is to rapidly transform the built environment from the major contributor of greenhouse gas emissions to a central solution to the climate crisis.
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