The 2030 Districts Network
The multi-purpose vision of the 2030 Districts Network is to onboard new cities to the 2030 District model, support peer exchange across Districts, store and share data, use the aggregate purchasing power of the District membership to secure reduced costs, create national partnership relationships, and influence national policy on transportation infrastructure and building water and energy efficiency.
The Seattle 2030 District is a groundbreaking high-performance building district in downtown Seattle that aims to dramatically reduce environmental impacts of building construction and operations through education and collaboration across every sector of the built environment.
The Pittsburgh 2030 District is a collaborative, nationally recognized, but local community of high performance buildings in Downtown and Oakland that aim to dramatically reduce energy and water consumption, transportation emissions, and improve indoor air quality while increasing competitiveness in the business environment and owner's returns on investment. The Pittsburgh 2030 District is a strategic initiative of Green Building Alliance, and currently represents nearly 70% of the total real estate square footage in downtown Pittsburgh and Oakland.
The Los Angeles 2030 District is an interdisciplinary public-private collaborative working to create a groundbreaking high-performance building district in downtown Los Angeles. With the Architecture 2030 Challenge for Planning providing our performance goals, we seek to develop realistic, measurable, and innovative strategies to assist district property owners, managers, and tenants in meeting aggressive goals that reduce environmental impacts of facility construction and operations.
Stamford is already a business leader in Connecticut. The Stamford 2030 District will make the city a sustainability leader nationwide. As just the sixth 2030 District in the nation, we're in the vanguard of a movement of private sector pioneers coming together to reduce energy use, water use, and transportation emissions. And we're going to take it a step further: The Stamford 2030 District and our partners will work to increase our community's and local economy's resilience to storms and sea-level rise.
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The San Antonio 2030 District is a private-sector-led initiative intended to transform San Antonio’s urban core by supporting building owners and occupants in their efforts to reduce waste and increase building performance. By making a no-nonsense business case for efficient operations, the district is driving innovation through collaboration, leveraged financing, and shared resources. The district model includes a non-competitive collaborative environment where building owners, community organizations and industry professionals come together to share best practices, and drive innovation in San Antonio's built environment.
The San Antonio 2030 district is a strategic initiative of the South-central Partnership for Energy Efficiency as a Resource (SPEER), a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. SPEER is providing fiscal sponsorship and technical assistance to ensure that the San Antonio 2030 District has the support and resources it needs to successfully meet its targets.
The Toronto 2030 District is a cross-sector public-private collaborative working to create a groundbreaking high-performance building district in downtown Toronto, the economic heart of Canada's largest city. The Toronto 2030 District is the first in Canada and the first outside the continental US.