Annual Reports

Build It Green Impacts 2017

Transforming Homes and Lives: 2018 Impact Report Infographic

In 2018, BIG’s Healthy Home Connect program launched to deliver energy and health co-benefits simultaneously to vulnerable populations. BIG transformed hundreds of individuals and families in disadvantaged communities lives by making safe, healthy, efficient homes available to residents throughout California. See our infographic for the full story! 

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Build It Green Impacts 2017

Driving Major Changes in Energy Savings for All: 2017 Impact Report Infographic

In 2017, BIG expanded its efforts to bring green and healthy homes to California’s disadvantaged communities with a new Program. 500 contractors received Green Building training and BIG launched its industry-leading Certified Green Lending Professional course, training nearly 300 real estate professionals. See our infographic for the full story!

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Build It Green Impacts 2016

Expanding our Innovative Strategy: 2016 Impact Report Infographic

In 2016, Build It Green (BIG) made thousands of California homes healthier and more efficient. 2016 was also the year our new Executive Director Karin Burns, took the reins with a vision to expand BIG’s programs and partnerships. See our infographic for the full story!

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Building Our Vision: 2012-2013 Impact Report

In 2012 and 2013, Build It Green pursued four avenues to transform the building industry in California and make green practices standard practice for the benefit of all. Our 2012–2013 Impact Report tells the in-depth story of these efforts to spur the building and retrofitting of thousands of greener homes.

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2009 Annual Report

The green building industry made great strides in 2009. While the rest of the construction industry faced a difficult year, green building professionals found new opportunities. With the support of our members and funders, we were able to provide the resources and education necessary to help the green building industry thrive.

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