Architecture 2030’s online presence has just undergone a major renovation.
A new website, updated and completely reimagined, launches officially today at architecture2030.org
. The redesigned site illustrates the breadth of Architecture 2030’s work and progress, which has accelerated dramatically since the organization was founded in 2006. Most significantly, architecture2030.org
is now the most comprehensive, up-to-date source for Building Sector research online today.
The new Architecture 2030 website examines the relationship between the Building Sector and three major problems
confronting us today – energy, climate change, and the economy – and explores the opportunities and solutions
that exist to address these seemingly intractable issues.
Progress is being made at the local, state, and national level towards meeting 2030 Challenge targets. A dramatic increase of 2030 Challenge and 2010 Imperative adopters, projects and partnerships make this time ideal for Architecture 2030 to offer a new way of sharing important activities and information.
The 2030 Transformations Board
, is a place to learn and share knowledge about major transformations in the built environment while providing new information for architects, planners, landscape architects, government officials, students, and faculty.
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