Philadelphia 2030 District

In a policy framework for advancing green building in Philadelphia published in January, the Delaware Valley Green Building Council (DVGBC) announced that it is leading the formation of Philadelphia 2030 District.

The effort is a private sector-led initiative to reduce energy use, water consumption and transportation-related emissions from the building sector 50 percent by 2030 at a district scale, according to the Philadelphia Business Journal.

By doing so, Philadelphia will be joining Los Angeles, Toronto, Pittsburgh, Austin, San Francisco and 10 other cities participating in 2030 District, a project that already covers almost 300 million square feet of new and existing commercial building space.

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