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1987: Watershed Enhancement Board

January 1, 1987, 12:13 am


Oregon Climate Action Plan Turns Two!

Two years ago, Governor Kate Brown made history when she signed the Oregon Climate Action Plan (OCAP), executive order 20-04. It’s the largest executive action on climate in Oregon history, and arguably the biggest single climate action ever undertaken by the state given its broad sweep. OCAP set in motion a broad array of state agency activities to respond to the climate crisis by reducing climate emissions from our state’s largest polluting sec
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2016: Co-led the charge to make Oregon the first state ever to pass a law to go coal-free

Oregon will transition off of coal-fired electric power and replace it with clean, renewable energy, putting Oregon on the path to having one of the cleanest energy mixes in the world.
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2014: First non-profit in Oregon

To move our endowment funds into a 100% impact investment portfolio. Our portfolio divests from companies at odds with our mission and invests in corporations that excel in environmental and social responsibility.
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