CEB Stakeholders

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Low Income Housing

  1. A W.I.S.H., GBP: (A World Institute for Sustainable Humanity, Green Building Program): "Promoting Green Building Concepts and Best practices world wide." GBP Co-Directors-- Christopher Allen, and Jorge Kanahuati (Mexico) A W.I.S.H. pres: Michael Karp, 360-468-3231
  2. Habitat for Humanity International, Consturction and Environment Resources

Wayne Nelson, 912-924-6935;

  1. Habitat for Humanity: Construction and Environmental Resources specializes in providing information and training on a variety of construction issues such as management and methods, building materials, energy efficiency, healthy indoor air quality, house design and accessibility.
  2. Builders Without Boarders: "an international network of ecological builders who advocate the use of straw, earth and other local, affordable materials in construction. We believe that the solution to homelessness is not merely housing, but individuals and communities trained to house themselves. To this end, we organize and promote hands-on workshops and learning events, create educational books, CD-ROMs and videos. and partner with other organizations to build affordable sustainable housing."
  3. World Hands Project: "a New Mexico non-profit organization that brings volunteers to Anapra, Mexico, to construct affordable homes with available natural materials, while employing and teaching skills to local builders."
  4. PAKSBAB: " Pakistan Straw Bale and Appropriate Building (PAKSBAB) is an international group teaching and promoting straw bale and other appropriate building methods in Pakistan. Formed in 2006 in response to seismic destruction in the region, PAKSBAB has helped construct 7 structures to date. They work with local builders and homeowners to create regionally appropriate designs and dwellings that are earthquake resistant, well insulated, and make use of indigenous materials and skills." Contact:
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  6. [2] Housing (including sustainable options) for Native Americans: 406-585-7188;

CEB Builders

  1. Midwest Earth Builders (also, CEB training): 608-735-4595 or 608-606-1170; Soldiers Grove, WI;


  1. CebTex: built themselves a house? Supportive of CEB. Contact via website: [3]

CEB Press Builders

  1. Powell and Sons:

Natural Building

  1. Natural Building Network: Contact via website: [4]
  2. Green Home Building: Contact via website:


  1. Environmental and Sustainable Construction Association, Ireland: [6] email: