THE ALBUQUERQUE 2030 DISTRICT GOALS

The Albuquerque 2030 District keeps Albuquerque competitive by ensuring a healthy and livable city by 2030. High-performance buildings increase profitability while reducing environmental impact. The Albuquerque 2030 District works with partners to create measurable improvements to the built environment AND the city's economy.

ENERGY USE REDUCTION
  • New buildings are carbon neutral
  • Existing buildings reduce carbon emissions by 50%
WATER USE REDUCTION
  • Reduce storm water treatment costs by 25%
  • Increase usage of water harvesting systems by 75%
  • Reduce outdoor water usage by 40%
  • Reduce overall water usage by 10%
TRANSPORTATION EMISSIONS REDUCTION
  • Reduce CO2 emissions by 50% 
MATERIAL WASTE REDUCTION
  • Reduce landfill trash by 10%
  • Increase recycling by 25%
  • Composting program used by 80% of food related businesses
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
  • Savings of over $10,000,000 WITH 2030 related businesses generating $40,000,000
  • Employee engagement increases by 20%
  • Employee health related training
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HIGH FIVE CERTIFICATION TO ACHIEVE GOALS BY 2030

How do we achieve the District's goals for substantial reductions in energy use, water use, transportation emissions and waste generation, while increasing economic development? The High Five Certification Program! This program presents a 5-step process to assist building owners to meet the unique challenges of their individual properties while helping the district meet its goals. 

LEVEL 1
  • Building data entered into Energy Star Portfolio and Greenprint
  • In-depth building performance assessment
  • Behavior and use surveys
  • High Five Certification Orientation
LEVEL 2
  • 2030 Customized Action Plan
  • High priority training programs
LEVELS 3-5
  • Determined by building specific action plan

DISTRICT PARTNERS

The Albuquerque 2030 District is a voluntary partnership of property owners, managers and developers, professional service providers, and community stake-holders. District Partners are leaders in the effort to make Albuquerque an even more economically competitive and environmentally healthy community. 

PROPERTY PARTNERS: Commit thier commercial buildings to the District.
PROFESSIONAL PARTNERS: Provide expertise and services to District properties.
PUBLIC PARTNERS: Support the initiative as it overlaps with their own missions.
CITIZEN PARTNERS: Lend knowledge, community support, and engagement.