Multi-family housing has the largest building footprint of any building type in Ann Arbor. Engaging landlords and tenants in reducing their greenhouse gas emissions is vital to meeting our community carbon neutrality goals.
Gain an understanding of the latest research and best practices for landlords and tenants working together to reduce energy and water use, transportation emissions, and material waste. Join the discussion on how we can best implement these strategies in Ann Arbor.
- Gain insights into Tenants’ sustainability habits, interests, efforts, and barriers
- Understand similarities and differences among occupant types (student, older adults, low-income, etc.)
- Obtain strategies & tools to engage tenants to reduce water and energy consumption, waste production, and transportation emissions
- Learn about future research needs
Kacey Eis is a master's student in the University of Michigan's School for Environment and Sustainability graduating this April. For her capstone project, she is working with the Ann Arbor 2030 District where she conducted interviews with multifamily building tenants to develop an engagement toolkit to support the A2 Zero goal of reaching community-wide carbon neutrality by 2030.
Watch Kacey's interview about her project HERE.
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