About the Network
The vision of the 2030 Districts Network is to establish a global network of thriving high performance building districts and cities, uniting communities to catalyze transformation in the built environment and the role it plays in mitigating and adapting to climate change. Each District commits to meeting 50% reductions in energy, water and transportation related emissions as established by Architecture 2030 in its 2030 Challenge for Planning as seen below:
While all Districts strive to achieve the above goals, each District has its own structure. Some are stand-alone non-profit organizations while others exist as programs of other local non-profit organizations. To read more about local Districts, see the individual pages for each. Another great resource is the annual reports provided each year which outline reductions in member buildings as well as the programs Districts implement to help members achive those reductions. See the Annual Report page for more details.
The 2030 Districts Network is a US registered 501 C3 non profit organization comprised of the Established 2030 Districts throughout the world. Its mission is to develop and sustain local 2030 Districts as they empower and inspire their members and partners to achieve the 2030 Challenge goals. The vision of the Network is to establish a global network of thriving high performance building districts and cities, uniting communities to catalyze transformation in the built environment and the role it plays in mitigating and adapting to climate change.
Currently, the Network includes over 506 million sq feet of commercial real estate whose owners have committed to working to achieve the Architecture 2030 Challenge for Planning goals to reduce resource use. Over 1,100 organizations have agreed to be part of the Network and over 2100 buildings are committed. The Network works with its members and partners to develop means to help the commercial real estate community overcome barriers to achieving the 2030 goals.
If you would like to financially support the Network through a sponsorship - please see this page
If you would like to support the Network through an individual donation - please see this page
The Network Board of Governors
The organization is governed by a Board of Governors chosen by the 2030 Districts. Governors are committed to helping the Network, the Districts and their members succeed in achieving the Architecture 2030 goals for resource reduction.
Brett Phillips, Unico Properties, Board Chair
Jiri Skopek, Board Vice Chair
Tim Thiel, Covestro, LLC, Treasurer
Cindy Cicigoi, Cleveland 2030 District, At Large Exec Committee Member
Eric Drummond, Innovation Corridor
Tyler Harris, GSA
Stan Lew, San Francisco 2030 District
Erin McDade, Architecture 2030
Andrea Pinabell, Southface
Jon Utech, Cleveland Clinic
Jason Wood, City of Cleveland
Jill Zeigler, Brookfield Asset Management
Non Profit Governance
The 2030 Network is committed to be an organization which upholds the highest standards of corporate governance and expects all representatives of the organization to do the same.
Below are corporate governance documents available for public viewing.