The Pittsburgh 2030 District, presented by Covestro, is an internationally recognized, locally driven strategic initiative of Green Building Alliance (GBA) that supports building owners and managers as they strive towards dramatic improvements in building performance. Local properties commit to the 2030 Challenge goals: 50-65% reductions in carbon emissions for existing buildings and zero carbon for new construction and major renovations by the year 2030, while reducing water consumption and improving indoor air quality.
Connect with the Pittsburgh 2030 District and learn more about its progress on GBA’s website.
The District connects Property Partners with Community and Resource Partners, driving industry-leading performance through peer-to-peer learning, technical trainings, and data benchmarking. The District leads all 22 international 2030 Districts with over 86 million square feet committed, and has collectively saved $344M in energy and water costs since 2012. The Pittsburgh 2030 District is the first 2030 District to have collected and analyzed indoor air quality data.
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Pittsburgh 2030 District Map – May 2022