Green Globe Award to Shoreline City Planner

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Miranda Redinger, City of Shoreline Planner
awarded Green Globe from King County

King County Executive Dow Constantine on Monday presented King County Green Globe Awards to 13 recipients, the county’s highest honor for local environmental efforts.

The top honor – the 2019 Environmental Catalyst Award – went to the University of Washington for its world-renowned work in researching climate, climate change impacts and responding to climate change that range from global-scale assessments to studies that focus on the implications of climate change on the Puget Sound region’s communities and natural systems.

Executive Constantine also presented Gene Duvernoy, recently retired head of the land conservation organization Forterra, with a special award for Outstanding Lifetime Contributions to Open Space Conservation.

“Throughout King County, people, businesses, and nonprofits are doing extraordinary work to protect the spectacular natural environment that is central to our identity and our quality of life,” said Executive Constantine. 
“The Green Globe Award recipients we honor today inspire and challenge us to leave this special place even better for future generations.”

Executive Constantine hosted the award ceremony on Earth Day at the Olympic Sculpture Park in downtown Seattle.

2019 King County Green Globe Award winners

Leader in Green Building: Miranda Redinger, City of Shoreline

A senior planner for the City of Shoreline, Miranda Redinger has been a leading green building advocate and participant in King County’s Countywide Green Building Task Force since its inception a decade ago.

She has been actively involved in developing and adopting Shoreline’s green building code package that has evolved into the state’s first Deep Green incentive package for home construction projects. 

She continues to research and advocate for further opportunities for sustainable building in Shoreline and beyond – work that helps save resources while providing comfortable and highly functional living environments.

Other winners
  • Leader in Community Stewardship: Eastside Audubon Society
  • Leaders in Open Space Conservation: City of Issaquah and Trust for Public Land
  • Leader in Environmental Advocacy: Paulina Lopez, Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition
  • Leader in Waste to Resources: Full Container Recovery
  • Leader in Climate Justice: Mother Africa
  • Leader in Water Quality Solutions: Salmon-Safe and Clean Lake Union
  • Leader in Salmon Recovery: Bellevue-Issaquah Chapter of Trout Unlimited
  • Leader in Access to the Outdoors: The Wilderness Society
  • Leader in Community Resiliency: World Relief Seattle
  • Leader in Green Stormwater Solutions: Young’s Restaurant


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