In many cities like New York, buildings account for almost 70% of all carbon emissions
There is an environmental and economic cost to these CO2 emissions
Leading the Quest for Decarbonization
Why does this matter...
We are already on a catastrophic route with our current carbon emissions.
As the hottest on record decade just drew to a close, it’s clear that global warming is no longer a problem for future generations but one that’s already displacing communities and costing billions.
Source: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Source: Scripps CO2 Program, Mauna Loa Observatory
The concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has not only continued to rise over the past 60 years, but it is also now rising at a faster rate than ever before.