The ASLA and ASLA Fund have released a guide to help landscape architecture firms reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This free resource outlines over 110 strategies to cut emissions by 50-65% by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2040. It includes guidance on measuring carbon footprints, developing action plans, and reducing emissions. The guide, authored by landscape architect Ronnie Siegel, supports the ASLA Climate Action Plan’s goals. ASLA CEO Torey Carter-Conneen emphasized the potential for firms to save money and improve employee well-being. The guide aligns with ASLA’s vision for landscape projects to achieve carbon neutrality and provide economic benefits by 2040.
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