Keeping It Green Episode 12: Stamford 2030

In this episode, Megan Saunders, the Executive Director of Stamford 2030, joins us to explain what the Stamford 2030 District and its partners are doing to make Stamford a model of sustainability and resiliency.

The Stamford 2030 District is a collaborative group of high-performance buildings in downtown Stamford. The goal is to create and expand a vibrant business-based organization to promote energy efficiency and resiliency, and to reduce emissions and water use in commercial, industrial, and major multi-family buildings, while increasing competitiveness in the business environment and the owners’ returns on investment.

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