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Ask the Expert

The brightest minds, just a query away. 

Decarbonization will transform the future of affordable housing. Navigating the terrain to reduce or eliminate greenhouse gases means working differently with emerging tools and resources.

To help, we’ve gathered some of our sector’s leading thinkers and practitioners. Grappling with a decarb-related challenge or opportunity? Use the link below to submit your query and get the knowledge and perspective you seek.

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About the Hub

Your decarbonization
journey starts here.

It’s a new day for affordable housing. We’re bringing you the information and inspiration to help you make an equitable transition to more efficient, climate-ready multifamily homes.

About Our Partners

Enterprise Community Partners

Enterprise Community Partners is a national nonprofit that exists to make a good home possible for the millions of families without one.

Housing Partnership Network

Proving that strong, independent organizations can do more together than alone, the Housing Partnership Network (HPN) is a national collaborative of 100+ leading housing and community development organizations.

Rocky Mountain Institute

RMI is a nonprofit organization of experts across disciplines working to accelerate the clean energy transition and improve lives.

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