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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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.
January 1, 2016, 7:35 pm
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2009, 2010: Helped pass legislation directing the Portland region (and encouraging Oregon’s other major urban areas) to use climate-friendly transportation and land use planning to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

2009 + 2010 Helped pass legislation directing the Portland region (and encouraging Oregon’s other major urban areas) to use climate-friendly transportation and land use planning to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
January 1, 2009, 7:12 pm
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2007-2009: 20% of Oregon’s wineries..

reduced their carbon footprint through our Carbon Neutral Challenge
January 1, 2007, 7:09 pm
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2007: Supported creation of the Oregon Environmental Justice Task Force

The task force advises state agencies on how to protect all communities from pollution, enact laws equitably, and involve traditionally under-represented communities in agency actions.Helped secure Environmental Protection Agency regulations for the Northwest that have reduced benzene in gasoline by approximately 70%.
January 1, 2007, 7:08 pm
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