Architecture 2030: Reducing the Built Environment’s Impact on Climate Change
Learn how adopting the 2030 Challenge enables more energy-efficient design with knowledge of specific initiatives for responsible urban transformation and innovation.
Every building has some degree of impact on the environment and climate change. A tenet of good design is minimizing that impact as much as possible. This session will explore how adopting the 2030 Challenge can enable you to create more energy-efficient designs.
Improve your firm's competitive edge:
- Understand new market trends
- Design buildings for clients that are high-performance and target net-zero energy
- Participate in 2030 Districts to gain access to engaged building owners and managers
- Collaborate to achieve responsible urban transformations
• Describe the built environment’s impact on the energy and climate crises and the currentprogress of the building sector in reducing these negative impacts through design.
• Understand how to leverage current market trends to make the value and ethical propositionsof resource conversation and resiliency to peers and clients.
• Empower resource efficient and resilient design through existing education programs andinnovative design resources.
• Prompt leadership in responsible urban transformations through collaboration and partnershipwith building owners, community organizations, and local governments.
Director of Research and Operations | Architecture 2030As Architecture 2030’s primary researcher for the past eight years, Mr. Martinez is responsible for...