In this Q&A, SAHF Member Mercy Housing's Director of Sustainability, Jacki Slocombe, talks about what environmental stewardship means for Mercy Housing. From using SAHF's new carbon tools to their sustainability leadership, find out more.
SAHF releases a blog post that celebrates SAHF members' accomplishments in the sustainability and
SAHF sends recommendations to HUD on Comprehensive Awards NOFO.
SAHF launches the Carbon Roadmap, a free tool to help multifamily portfolio owners and operators reduce carbon emissions in affordable housing. With the Roadmap, multifamily portfolio owners can test scenarios and create plans to understand better the impact of decarbonization strategies on portions of their portfolio. The Wells Fargo Foundation funds both the Roadmap and the Calculator.
National Housing Trust (NHT) and Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future (SAHF) submit joint comments to Treasury Department and the IRS on the Low-Income Communities Bonus Credit Program.
SAHF aspires to invest in our planet this month & every month by offering solutions that may empower affordable housing providers be part of the solution to climate change. To provide insight on our resources & what’s to come, SAHF has released our 2023 Earth Day blogpost.
SAHF releases a new tool that allows multifamily portfolio owners understand their carbon emissions baseline - the SAHF Multifamily Portfolio Carbon Emissions Calculator
SAHF responds to HUD's Request for Information (RFI) on the Green and Resilient Retrofit Program (GRRP).
SAHF publishes the Big Reach Report highlighting a seven-year initiative that a collaborative of 13 mission-driven, nonprofit housing providers pursued to reduce portfolio-wide energy and water consumption by 20% by 2020 and to advance environmental sustainability in multifamily affordable housing.
The SAHF Multifamily Portfolio Carbon Emissions Calculator ("the Calculator") allows multifamily portfolio owners to calculate their annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in CO2 equivalent ("carbon emissions").
In collaboration with Energy Efficiency for All, Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future developed this fact sheet to offer guidance on how to design and administer income-eligibility criteria for low-income utility efficiency programs in ways that reduce barriers for the affordable housing owners and their residents who need these resources the most.