The Green List 2010

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Articles - June 2010
Wednesday, May 26, 2010

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2010
2009
COMPANY/
ORGANIZATION
WEBSITE
CITY
SCORE
DESCRIPTION

81

22

Slocum Orthopedics

slocumcenter.com

Eugene

262.29

Orthopedic medical practice

82

NR

Realty Trust Group

realtytrust.com

Portland

262.26

Real estate company

83

60

Roberts Kaplan LLP

robertskaplan.com

Portland

261.86

Strategic and practical legal advice to public, private companies

84

NR

The Freshwater Trust

thefreshwatertrust.org

Portland

261.56

Restoration and preserving freshwater ecosystems

85

68

Bend Garbage & Recycling

bendgarbage.com

Bend

261.16

Waste management

86

NR

Oregon Research Institute

ori.org

Eugene

260.96

Independent behavioral sciences research center

87

NR

Lease Crutcher Lewis

lewisbuilds.com

Portland

260.93

Commercial contractor

88

NR

Community Cycling Center

communitycyclingcenter.org

Portland

260.36

Broadening access to bicycling; adult and youth programs

89

35

Sabroso Company

sabroso.com

Medford

260.30

Fruit-related product solutions

90

65

Sussman Shank LLP

sussmanshank.com

Portland

260.26

Law firm

91

NR

Tonkon Torp LLP

tonkon.com

Portland

259.96

Law firm

92

98

Bullard Smith Jernstedt Wilson

bullardlaw.com

Portland

259.76

Law firm

93

NR

Childpeace Montessori School

childpeace.org

Portland

259.66

School for children 16 months to 15 years old

94

NR

Deschutes River Conservancy

deschutesriver.org

Bend

259.59

Streamflow restoration and water quality improvement

95

11

Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt PC

schwabe.com

Portland

259.56

Law firm

96

84

SOLV

solv.org

Hillsboro

259.39

Bringing volunteers together to preserve and enhance Oregon

97

50

McKinstry Co. LLC

mckinstry.com

Portland

259.26

Designs, builds and operates facility systems

98

NR

Zenana Spa and Wellness Center

zenana-spa.com

Portland

258.83

Family-focused day spa and wellness center

99

NR

SWCA Environmental Consultants

swca.com

Portland

258.79

Environmental consulting

100

NR

Our United Villages

ourunitedvillages.org

Portland

258.29

Promoting local grassroots community-building efforts, etc.



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Comments   

 
April
0 #1 Terrible Rank DiscrepanciesApril 2010-06-15 11:02:18
I noticed that you have a number of discrepancies in your ranking strategy and I'm quite frankly appalled at your lack of proofing and editing. Some of the time ties are denoted (correctly) by duplicating the rank followed by the next appropriate number had no tie existed (i.e. 34th, 34th, 36th). Other times you (erroneously) list the same score with different ranks (i.e. 38th - 270.4, 39th - 270.4).
This should be an embarrassment to your magazine as it significantly reduces the credibility of your survey. Next year I hope you have your ducks in a row prior to the publication date.
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Brandon Sawyer
0 #2 Rank discrepanciesBrandon Sawyer 2010-06-15 17:58:37
Thanks for bringing this to our attention. The cause of the discrepancies was that differences in score were obscured by rounding scores up to one decimal point. I have updated the online list with scores carried out to two digits so you can see accurate differences in score that correspond to the ranks. Next year, we will ensure that the list presented to all readers shows enough information to make sense of the rankings.

I'm sorry for any negative impression it may have given about the survey.

Thanks again for your diligent reading of the list.
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