Pittsburgh 2030 District

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The , a project of Green Building Alliance, engages building owners and managers in Downtown Pittsburgh to reduce energy and water consumption, reduce emissions from transportation, and improve indoor air quality while increasing competitiveness in the business environment. High performance buildings have proven track records of simultaneously increasing business and property profitability, reducing environmental impacts, and improving occupant health.

Goals: The 2030 District goals are to reduce energy use, water consumption, and transportation emissions 50% below national and District averages by 2030. Downtown property owners of over 35 million square feet (60% of Downtown Pittsburgh) have committed to meeting these goals. The 2030 District’s reductions help enact and achieve recommendations in the Pittsburgh Climate Action Plan by reducing greenhouse gas emissions from buildings and commuters.

Pittsburgh is a National Leader – Our city is one of only five 2030 Districts in the country. Seattle, Cleveland, Los Angeles, and Denver have also committed to meeting 2030 District goals. Read more here.

Pittsburgh 2030 District Contact

Sean Luther
Pittsburgh 2030 Districts Senior Director
(412) 431-0709 x6007
[email protected]

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