Convened by Green Building United, it is a voluntary effort by the owners, managers, and developers of the city’s largest buildings to achieve deep reductions in energy use, water use, transportation emissions, and to improve stormwater management. We currently have over 48 million square feet, representing over 300 buildings in Philadelphia committed to this mission.
Now more than ever, companies and buildings are making the pledge to become more sustainable, and we want to help. Together we can build awareness around green building, operations, and maintenance, increase the opportunities to engage with likeminded individuals, make informed building decisions through data tracking and analysis, and reduce the carbon emissions from our built environment.
Interested in taking part? Contact Isabelle Coupet - firstname.lastname@example.org for more information & to take the pledge!
Building owners and/or managers that commit property to meet the district goals.
Government, non-profit and civic organizations that provide support and expertise for the district.
Energy services companies, utilities, and professional firms that provide expertise, deliver services, and sponsor the district.
Each year, Green Building United aggregates progress toward the district goals. As of our latest annual report (based on 2021 data) property partners districtwide have achieved:
31% reduction in energy use
31.8% reduction in water use
New transportation emission target of 202.5 Metric Tons of Carbon per commuter annually by 2030
54.9 verified Greened Acres
Property partners are meeting the goals of the Philadelphia 2030 District through sophisticated operations, robust tenant engagement, and strategic investments in conservation and efficiency strategies.
Check out our partner spotlights for exemplary project examples.