Rita shares how she learned about the urgency of climate action by witnessing the personal and community impacts of environmental injustice in Los Angeles.
My goal is to provide practical but forward-leaning solutions to guide the industry toward DC’s visionary future.
Every major shock creates opportunity for growth: we learn how to be stronger and better. At IMT, we’re asking ourselves, what do we need buildings to do for people, RIGHT NOW, as well as in the long term? How do we strengthen the partnerships that will get us through this crisis and make us stronger?
In this Q&A, Betsy breaks down the importance of bringing diverse voices and backgrounds to the table to create better policies and programs that benefit present and future generations.
Robust decarbonization means transforming energy supply and demand. To advance these efforts, we will need to shift the way building owners and tenants, city leaders, utility representatives, and communities think about buildings and the role of energy efficiency.
Here is a behind-the-scenes look at how Ross MacWhinney is helping NYC’s Office of Sustainability fight climate change in the commercial capital of the U.S.
Cities looking to reduce greenhouse gas emissions must design ambitious plans and programs with data at their core, and decide how to collect, analyze, and use the information to drive deeper carbon reductions.
This staff profile features IMT alum, Andrew Feierman, former IMT Program Manager for Private Engagement, who discusses some of his current work with data for the TRASE program at the Stockholm Environment Institute.
As IMT’s new Associate Director of Utility and Regulatory Strategy, Julia Eagles plays a key role in helping IMT engage more effectively with utilities at the local, state, and national level. In this staff profile, Julia shares her path to IMT and what she’s excited to accomplish this year.
Energy efficiency is a cheap climate change solution that comes with many benefits, including job creation and compatibility with other key solutions.