On September 26th and 27th an extraordinary event took place in Chicago – the CarbonPositive‘19 SUMMIT. The Summit convened the leadership of top 50 Architecture, Engineering, Construction (AEC) and planning firms, AIA Large Firm Roundtable, and other key professionals…
Introducing Achieving Zero: a “how-to” framework and a set of tools to enable cities and sub-national governments (state, provincial, and regional) to achieve crucial emissions reduction targets in the building sector.
At the recent International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) hearings held in Albuquerque, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and Architecture 2030’s ZERO Code Renewable Energy Appendix was approved by the Commercial IECC Committee.
Last week, at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Conference on Architecture in Las Vegas, the architecture and building community made history when they overwhelmingly voted for the “AIA Resolution for Urgent and Sustained Climate Action,” 4,860 yes to 312 no.
Today, U.S. building sector CO2 emissions are 20.2% below 2005 levels. However, this is still much, much more to do….
Join Architecture 2030 at two upcoming events during A’18 – the AIA Conference on Architecture 2018 – in New York City, and at the Carbon Smart Buildings Day in San Francisco.
The INNOVATION 2030/COTE Top Ten for Students design competition winning projects have been announced! The top ten projects embraced this year’s challenge…
Introducing the first national and international ZERO Code for new commercial, institutional, and mid- to high-rise residential buildings.
Leading design firms across the U.S. and Canada are offering paid summer internships for student winners, and outstanding professionals have been selected to jury the AIA COTE Top Ten for Students Design Competition: INNOVATION 2030.
International Finance Corporation and Architecture 2030 Collaborate on Zero Net Carbon Buildings for the developing world.
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