12 Wins for Oregon’s Environment in 2014

Across the state, Oregonians worked together in 2014 for the benefit of our environment. Here are a few of the many wins Oregon can celebrate as we reflect on the past year. We congratulate the great work of so many people and organizations that made this work possible. Well done, Oregon and cheers!

Congrats to the many organizations who made these wins happen!

Safer products guideline adoption: Oregon Environmental Council

The People’s Climate March: 350PDX and environmental, social justice, faith and peace organizations across Oregon

Oregon Business Climate Declaration: Climate Solutions and Oregon Environmental Council

City of Eugene’s Climate Ordinance: Our Children’s Trust

Sutton Wilderness Protection: Oregon Natural Desert Association

Save Oregon Pollinator’s Act: Beyond Toxics, Xerces Society, and Oregon League of Conservation Voters

Impact Investing: Oregon Environmental Council

Ashland Plastic Bag Ban: Environment Oregon

Record Salmon runs on Columbia River: Many organizations, tribes, and agencies

Coal Export Denied: Power Past Coal campaign and Governor John Kitzhaber

Columbia River Settlement: Columbia Riverkeeper and Army Corps

Campaign for a Fair Transfer: OPAL and TriMet
Also, special thanks to the following contributors:
Our Children’s Trust – City of Eugene’s recovery ordinance photo
Jim Davis – Sutton Wilderness photo
Beyond Toxics – Bee photo/video
KTVL-TV News 10 – Ashland bag ban
Columbia Riverkeeper – Army Corps announcement video

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