NEEP's Equitable Home and Building Decarbonization Leadership Network provides a public program of opportunities and resources that inspire, inform, drive, and support community leadership and collaboration across the region to accelerate resilient, healthy, affordable, low-carbon homes and buildings that serve especially the most vulnerable.

Most Northeast states have aggressive long-term energy and carbon reduction goals in-line with the United Nation’s recommended 45 percent greenhouse gas emission reduction below 2010 levels by 2030 and net zero by 2050. To meet these steep targets, community leadership must complement state leadership to drive low-carbon, efficient building solutions that meet local needs (e.g., healthy, safe, resilient, affordable housing that supports a thriving, inclusive local economy). This includes partnerships with leaders from public health, affordable housing, and community and economic development to advance equitable opportunities and solutions, particularly for those most vulnerable to rapidly advancing climate change and who suffer high energy cost burdens as well as the brunt of COVID-19 health and economic impacts.

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