Congratulations to 2017 Bullitt Environmental Prize – Cornelius Adewale The 2017 winner started an organic farm in Nigeria on five acres of abandoned land and used his earnings to study at Washington State University On October 30th, 2017 this year’s Bullitt Environmental Fellow was honored at the 11th annual Bullitt Prize Awards Dinner. This year’s Fellow is Cornelius Adewale, a PhD student at Washington...


2015 Bullitt Fellow Heather Fowler Receives Presitigious Omenn Award Veterinarian Heather Fowler just received the highest award offered to University of Washington Phd students in the School of Public Health.

Grant History 1999-2016

Earth Economics Green Building Phase 2 2011b

on Wed, Oct 1, 2014 at 8:13 PM

Program Area(s)
Grantee NameEarth Economics

For continued support to Earth Economics to partner with Cushman & Wakefield, Autopoiesis, and Jason Twill to merge the theoretical approaches of ecological economics with the practical techniques of real estate investment and valuation practice. The team will peer review the recently released report “The Economics of Change: Catalyzing the Investment Shift Toward a Restorative Built Environment,” refine the Integrated Real Estate Modeling Tool, and create a digest version of the report.

Grant Amount$45000
Project Dates12/07/11 - 09/01/12
Serving United States / Washington