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2015 Pittsburgh 2030 District Project Report

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Categories: Performance

By: Pittsburgh 2030 District and Green Building Alliance


The Pittsburgh 2030 District Progress Report summarizes the Pittsburgh 2030 District’s 2015 progress toward attaining the bold sustainable building performance goals pursued by its participants.

The Pittsburgh 2030 District is an internationally recognized, locally-driven initiative that encourages business owners and facility managers in Downtown Pittsburgh and Oakland, a neighborhood of Pittsburgh, to work collaboratively toward aggressive 50% reductions in energy use, water consumption and transportation emissions by the year 2030.

The 2015 progress report includes an overview of the Pittsburgh 2030 District property characteristics; energy and water use reductions for Downtown Pittsburgh and Oakland; transportation emissions baseline details and reductions; information on development of a district-wide indoor air quality protocol; and updates on other Pittsburgh 2030 District efforts.