The AIA 2030 Commitment

Let's get to carbon neutral, together!

The AIA 2030 Commitment is an actionable climate strategy that gives us a set of standards and goals for reaching net zero emissions in the built environment.

The latest climate data tells us that reducing carbon emissions is not enough. To make the biggest impact, we must all commit to net zero emissions by 2030—a path that requires strong, immediate action. Since the built environment creates a staggering 40% of the world’s emissions, architects, engineers, and owners play a key role.

More than 1,200 firms have already committed to reaching carbon neutrality by 2030. Are you ready to join them?

Be part of the climate change solution

Joining the 2030 Commitment benefits your clients, your firm, and the planet. Learn what to expect when you sign on.  

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Sign the 2030 Commitment Letter

Ready to join 1,100+ firms working toward a carbon-neutral future? Create an account on the 2030 DDx page and sign the commitment letter.  

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Create a Sustainability Action Plan

A Sustainability Action Plan is your firm’s unique strategy for prioritizing and meeting sustainability goals. This guide shows you how.

Review the guide >

Get tips for meeting the 2030 Commitment

Explore tips from LPA Design Studios to help you develop a plan to meet your goals.  

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See the impact firms are making

In 2021, 417 firms reported 20,653 projects with an average pEUI reduction of 50.3% for whole building projects and 32.5% pLPD reduction for interior only.  See their progress in our latest annual report.

View the 2030 By the Numbers report (RY2021) >

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