Realtors, Contractors, and Developers

Top 3

Work with relevant stakeholders (property owners, property managers, developers, contractors, and state policy makers) to improve energy-efficiency components of the municipal building code.
Build mixed use, higher-density and transit-oriented development.
Urge clients to equip all new structures and renovated structures with low-emission appliances and improved insulation for ducts, doors, windows, and walls.

Realtors and Brokers

Contractors and Builders

Real Estate Developers



[iii] Shows U.S. Housing emissions by tons of CO2 per capita for different uses. Appliances and heating are the largest CO2 emitters.

[iv] This is an example of a water meter, but smart meters are cropping up for all different utilities.




[viii] EPA’s new Fuel Economy and Efficiency label.



[xi] From Better Cities.

[xii] Image from Reconnecting America.

[xiii] Image from Allan Jacobs’ Great Streets.


[xv] From Plan Melbourne.

[xvi] Data from ITE’s Parking Generation, 3rd Edition 2004. Courtesy of Ted Knowlton, Wasatch Front Regional Council.


[xviii] From NACTO Street Design Guide.