Rebuild Green Coalition Workshop

The Rebuild Green Coalition formed out of a spontaneous outpouring of concern and desire to help our neighbors. We are green building professionals, community organizers, government and utility representatives, and others committed to helping rebuild the North Bay as sustainably and resiliently as possible. Our goal is to make it easy to choose green.


We started with the question many were asking, "What can we do to help our neighbors and community?"  EBNet hosted a dinner and invited a number of green building professionals and community members to come and talk about it. That group put on a day-long workshop in Santa Rosa, where professionals from all aspects of green building and community partners worked up a vision for what a sustainable rebuild could be. 



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Core Concepts in Development

ADU's and Zoning
Building Materials
Community and Planning for People
Energy and Building Performance
Resilence - designed to bounce back faster and better
Temporary housing


AIA Redwood Empire
Ecological Building Network
Design AVEnues
Guttman Bleovoet Consulting Engineers
the Rahus Institute
USGBC Redwood Empire
Sustainable North Bay
Siegel & Strain Architects

A few of the participants include:

350 Sonoma
AIA Redwood Empire
Archamy Consulting
Arkin Tilt Architects
California Community Lender, Inc.
California Straw Building Association
Citizens' Climate Lobby
DSA Architects
Habitat for Humanity
Hammond Fine Homes
Healthy Building Science
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
Leger Wanaselja Architecture
McGlashan Architecture
Natural Investments
New Avenue Homes

Pacific Gas & Electric
Siegel & Strain Architects
Sonoma County Offices
Sonoma Transportation Authority
Van Meter Williams Pollack


 Key Workshop Findings