IMT is fighting climate change by addressing one of the top carbon-emitting sectors in the U.S.–buildings. By collaborating with local governments to improve building performance and making the business case for efficiency in real estate markets, IMT drives demand for high-performing buildings that create healthier, less costly, and more productive spaces. Below is a collection of resources that demonstrate how IMT is reducing carbon emissions and fighting climate change through energy-efficient buildings.

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Coding (Buildings) for Change

In this Q&A, IMT’s new Associate Director for Codes and Technical Strategy reflects on building codes and climate change.

IMT 2019 Annual Report: Rising to the Challenge

IMT’s 2019 Annual Report captures not only the organization’s successes and progress in 2019, but also recaps clear market signals that continue to drive action in buildings today.

Finding Opportunity in Disruption

Every major shock creates opportunity for growth: we learn how to be stronger and better. What do we need buildings to do for people during and after this pandemic?

Women in Energy Efficiency: Betsy Law

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.

To Talk Climate, You’ve Got to Talk Data

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.

Using Data to Visualize Climate Action Benefits

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.