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ETO Record Number
211
Author
Gould, Kira and Lance Hosey
Title
Women in Green: Voices of Sustainable Design
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978-0-9749033-7-8
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Location Published
Seattle, WA
Publisher
EcoTone Publishing
Date of Publication
2007
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http://www.ecotonedesign.com/womeningreen/
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list price: 24.95 USD
Publisher's announcement: "...authors Kira Gould and Lance Hosey outline how the future of sustainability will depend on women and the perspectives they bring to every field. Drawing from conversations with nearly 200 architects, designers, activists, policymakers, writers, educators, and students, the authors conclude that women are changing how we all see our work and our world.
"Exploring a variety of topics ranging from communities to buildings to product design, the book explains, for the first time, how the sustainable design field is influenced by women and women’s ways of working. In addition to gathering input from a cross-section of individuals involved in environmental and sustainability issues, the authors surveyed a broad range of literature, reviewed a number of studies and compared statistics from various organizations. What they discovered is a real need for all of us to find more balanced ways of working and living."