Eight U.S. cities pledge to be net-zero carbon by 2030

The Net-Zero Carbon Buildings Declaration has been signed by the leaders of 19 global cities as a pledge to significantly cut greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) by ensuring that new buildings operate at net zero carbon by 2030. Eight American cities committed to this sustainability goal are Los Angeles, New York City, Newburyport, Portland, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Monica and Washington D.C.


Source: The Construction Specifier

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