Kathleen O’Brien writes about a blogathon, EcoCribz and other green building education tools the innovative change agents at King County’s Green Tools program have created. Could they work for your constituents?
Monthly Archives: October 2010
Yvonne Kraus and Kathleen O’Brien, both CSBAs and LEED APs, share their top ten picks for an effective collaborative change process, based on their combined experience designing scores of facilitated workshops, public meetings, and charrettes. Yes, you must re-invent the wheel!
Shirli Axelrod, Senior Environmental Analyst with Seattle Public Utilities, shares her experience and practical advice on transforming markets and practice through environmentally preferable purchasing based on 20 years of practical experience working for the City of Seattle. On Building Capacity Blog.