The Toronto 2030 District is growing its stakeholder group of property owners and managers, tenants, utilities, service providers, and civil society organizations that are committed to reaching the Architecture 2030 Challenge targets. “We are very fortunate to have a dedicated group of building industry leaders who have chosen to contribute to the Toronto 2030 District in such a meaningful way,” says Toronto 2030 District Executive Director, Peter Halsall.
We are excited to welcome the newest sponsors, CTL Group and Enwave Energy Corporation, along with returning sponsors, the Ontario Association of Architects and Sustainable Buildings Canada. These sponsorships will support the Toronto 2030 District in achieving high performance, low impact buildings in downtown Toronto.
What motivated CTL Group to support the Toronto 2030 District as a Platinum Sponsor?
Clemens Sels, CTL Group President, says:
With over 40 years as a commercial and residential owner, developer and manager with European clients, we see the need for the building industry and others to work more closely together to achieve high performing, low impact buildings in Toronto’s downtown. The 2030 District is a logical next step to the continuous efforts in our own portfolio to reduce the impact on the environment. By choosing a high profile densely populated geographic area with a diverse and intense usage, 2030 District is effectively structured to further far-reaching discussions and a general understanding of how choices in all facets of planning, social and legal frameworks require a coordinated focus on the environmental impact. We look forward to working with the others taking a leadership role in this long-term initiative and laying a foundation for the next generations.”
The Toronto 2030 District is a private-public initiative committed to achieving a low-carbon future, and it is part of a network of 22 cities in North America. Companies and organizations that are located or do businesses within downtown can join as 2030 District partners at no charge.
Visit https://www.2030districts.org/toronto/join-district for more information.