The China U.S. Center for Sustainable Development welcomes your interest and support. In addition to funding, companies, organizations and individuals can contribute products, technologies and expertise in support of the Center’s demonstration projects and training programs.

Benefits of your support:

  • Meaningful participation in furthering sustainable development practices in China, the US and the world – knowing that you are making a positive difference.
  • Timely opportunity to demonstrate the value and impact of your products, technologies and services for accelerating sustainable practices.
  • Recognition and appreciation for your contribution on the Center’s web site and reports.
  • Your contributions are tax deductible. The US Secretariat for the China US Center for Sustainable Development is a 501©(3) non profit organization.

Join us and make a difference! For more information and details regarding ways to contribute, please contact us at getinvolved@chinauscenter.org.

It is with appreciation that we recognize those individuals, organizations and businesses who, in the past year, have contributed in diverse ways to the Center’s initiatives:

  • American Planning Association
  • “Arizona State University ":http://www.asu.edu/
  • BOORA Architects – Heinz Rudolf
  • Boston Redevelopment Authority, City of Boston
  • Carleton Hart Architecture – Bill Hart
  • Clackamas County Department of Transportation & Development
  • Clean Water Services
  • Cogan, Owen, Cogan
  • Counselors of Real Estate
  • “Cushman & Wakefield Valuation Services ":http://valuation.cushwake.com/
  • Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
  • Degenkolb Engineers – Kent Yu
  • ECONorthwest
  • Fisher Farms
  • “Fong & Chan Architects ":http://www.fca-arch.com/
  • GBD Architects ":http://www.gbdarchitects.com/
  • “Gerding/ Edlen Development Company, LLC ":http://www.ge-dev.com/
  • Greg Acker
  • City of Gresham, Oregon
  • “GoDaddy.com ":http://www.godaddy.com
  • “Ital Mexicana S.A. ":http://www.ital.com.mx/english/main_equipos.htm
  • John and Jane Emrick
  • “Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University ":http://www.ksg.harvard.edu/
  • Lane Powell, PC
  • Lusher Farm
  • MIT Center for Real Estate
  • Nathan Good Architect
  • Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance – John Jennings
  • “Northwest Power and Conservation Council ":http://www.nwcouncil.org/
  • Office of Energy, Oregon
  • Oregon Department of Agriculture
  • Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development
  • PG&E’s Pacific Energy Center – Bill Burke
  • Port of Portland
  • “Portland Bureau of Development Services ":http://www.portlandonline.com/bds/
  • Portland Bureau of Environmental Services
  • Portland Bureau of Planning
  • Portland Development Commission
  • Portland Metro Regional Government
  • Portland Office of Sustainable Development
  • Portland State University
  • San Francisco Department of Environment
  • San Francisco Redevelopment Agency
  • San Jose Redevelopment Agency
  • Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt
  • Siri and Son Farms
  • “Snyder & Associates ":http://www.ksnyder.com/
  • SOLARC Architecture and Engineering, Inc. – Mike Hatten and Dave Blindheim
  • University of Oregon School of Architecture and Allied Arts, Alison Kwok
  • University of Virginia School of Architecture – Peter Waldman
  • US Department of Commerce, Export Assistance Center, Portland
  • “Widmer Brothers Brewing Co. ":http://www.widmer.com/
  • “Williams & Dame Development ":http://www.wddcorp.com/
  • Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects Ltd. – Wen Zhao

Join us and make a difference! For more information and details regarding ways to contribute or support the Center and its programs, please contact us at getinvolved@chinauscenter.org.