Architecture 2030 challenges the global architecture and building community to implement strategies to reduce energy and water consumption and vehicle emissions by 50 percent by 2030.
Becoming a 2030 District offers San Antonio an ideal model for monitoring emissions and inspiring our community to meet sustainability targets identified by Architecture 2030.
The first 2030 District was created in Seattle. Architects were inspired to tap into the potential to decrease energy consumption of existing buildings. Since 2011, the buildings within Seattle's 2030 District have reduced energy use by 21 percent, water use by 7 percent and transportation carbon emissions by 22 percent.