Northwest EcoBuilding Guild’s work would not be possible without the generous support of these organizations!
We’d like to send a huge, heartfelt “Thank You” out to these organizations and businesses. Their support has strengthened the Pacific Northwest’s green building community, and made many of the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild’s programs possible.
Earth Advantage’s commitment to carbon reduction strategies is demonstrated by the 17,000+ individuals who have participated in Earth Advantage training, the approximately 4,000 high-performance residential units certified each year by our green building team, the 30,000+ homes with a verified Home Energy Score, and the over 2 million homes contained in our Green Building Registry.
Waste reduction is a key component of sustainability, and Thurston County’s Solid Waste Program works to conserve environmental resources through education and outreach, technical assistance, diversion programs, and advocacy.
empowering everyone to create our clean energy future
An abundant world with ready access to clean, sustainable energy is entirely possible. We can all help to create this future by choosing to electrify!
Built Green is the green home certification program of the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties. In addition to certifying green homes, remodels, apartments, and communities, we host a membership network of companies and individuals involved in the green building industry. We also research and communicate the human and environmental benefits of ecologically focused building.
Shift Zero was started as an alliance in 2017 as a way to better coordinate advocacy and communication amongst organizations working on green building policies in Washington State, and to collectively advance a zero carbon vision for all in Washington.
2023 Corporate Sponsors
The King County GreenTools Program helps builders, residents, businesses and governments create and sustain green buildings, and sustainability policies and programs. The GreenTools Team provides technical assistance, grants, hands-on training, and information necessary to find locally-produced, high quality sustainable building materials and resources. Check out