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Who’s Green© 2008 is the annual green building directory published by Ecotone Publishing, designed to serve as the pre-eminent resource book for locating firms, companies, organizations and institutions that are actively participating in the growth of the green building industry.

Who’s Green© 2008 contains contact information and profiles for the principal organizations involved in the North American green building industry.

Categories include:
• Architecture Firms
• MEP Engineering Firms
• Interior Design Firms
• Green Consulting Firms
• Landscape Architecture & Civil Engineering Firms
• Builders with Green Expertise
• Developers of Green Properties
• Green Building Organizations and Non-Profits
• Green Business Support Service Companies
• Schools of Architecture with a green focus
Special content includes; an interview with USGBC President, Rick Fedrizzi, information on The Carbon Calculator and materials selection plus several features on Living Buildings.

We’ve done your market research for you!

This book is 108 pages in color and black and white. Softcover. ISBN 978-0-9749033-6-1

S&H included in price.
*We currently do not ship outside North America. Sorry for the inconvenience!

Have questions about Who's Green 2008? Contact Thompson Okanagan Branch Collaborative


Thompson Okanagan Branch Collaborative

We are a Collaborative of the Cascadia Region Green Building Council centred on the Pacific northwest and including Oregon, Washington, BC and Alaska.  We are proud members of both the Canada Green Building Council and US Green Building Council.
Our Mission: to lead a transformation toward a built environment that is socially just, culturally rich and ecologically restorative.

The Thompson Okanagan Cascadia regional chapter was created in 2006, providing a collaborative network for industry professionals and community leaders who share a commitment to the principles of sustainable development in the Thompson-Okanagan.


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