AIA 2030 Commitment By the Numbers
The AIA 2030 Commitment program offers architects and firms a way to publicly show their dedication and track progress toward a carbon-neutral future. Access the yearly By the Numbers report detailing the impact of the AIA 2030 Commitment.
2030 Commitment progress reports
The drumbeat of news about the environmental effects related to a changing climate—and the resulting loss of life and property—refuses to stop. Recent IPCC reports clearly communicate the urgency to take substantial steps towards reducing our energy consumption and combating climate change—for our well-being and that of our environment.
With 40% of U.S. energy consumed by buildings, architects play a key role in making significant reductions in CO2 emissions. The AIA 2030 Commitment program offers architects a way to publicly show their dedication and track progress toward a carbon-neutral future. Since 2009, participants in the 2030 Commitment have reported the performance of their firm portfolios over each calendar year. The data, collected via the 2030 Design Data Exchange (DDx), includes building type, area, baseline energy performance, and predicted energy performance.
Learn more about the impact 2030 Commitment firms are making in the 2022 By the Numbers report.
The AIA 2030 Commitment presents its latest findings in reported project energy design data from its signatories
Learn more about our actionable climate strategy for reaching net zero emissions in the built environment.