The Ithaca 2030 District is a project of the Tompkins County Climate Protection Initiative, an award-winning climate action and clean energy coalition in the Ithaca, NY area made up of community leaders from the education, business, local government, nonprofit, and youth sectors. dedicated to helping Tompkins County achieve its goal of 80% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
The Ithaca 2030 District focuses on achieving specific performance goals for reducing the energy use, water use, and transportation emissions associated with Downtown Ithaca’s buildings. High performance buildings simultaneously increase business and property profitability, reduce environmental impacts, and improve occupant health. This program will keep Downtown Ithaca more competitive and ensure an affordable, resilient, healthy and vibrant city in 2030.
For more information see the About section.
Who does it involve?
The Ithaca 2030 District is made up of three types of members: Building Owners, Professional Members and Community Members. We have 10 members to date that have committed to meeting the Ithaca 2030 District goals.
Who are the “Members”?
There are three member categories.
Building Owner Members: Individuals or entities that own, manage and/or develop real estate within the 2030 District boundary.
Professional Members: Individuals or entities that provide services within a 2030 District boundary. Examples include architects, engineers, energy services companies (ESCOs), utilities, and contractors.
Community Members: Not-for-profit entities, government entities, and community organizations. Examples of a Community Stakeholder include industry and/or professional organizations, local green building councils/USGBC chapters, city, county and state agencies, and community groups.
View our current members in the Members section.