ASLA’s new, freely available guide charts a path for landscape architecture firms to achieve zero-carbon business operations

In an effort to promote sustainable practices to reduce and mitigate the effects of climate change, the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) and the ASLA Fund released a freely available guide for landscape architects on decarbonizing business operations. Towards Zero Emission Business Operations: A Landscape Architect’s Guide to Reducing the Climate Impacts of Offices, offers guidance to landscape architecture firms of all sizes for the process of transitioning to zero-emission offices.

The guide is a product of the ASLA Climate Action Committee which aims to advance the ASLA Climate Action Plan goals. The climate action plan “calls for landscape architects to reduce their

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