Social change

  • by Kristen Sheeran on February 2, 2015
    Working together, we can make sure Oregon seizes the day. Here’s a rundown of several priorities and upcoming events in 2015. Read more
  • by Carrie Hearne on January 30, 2015
    Change is afoot—from the historic U.S./China climate change agreement, to the shifting power dynamic in Washington, to the plummeting price of solar power. The time is ripe for creative disruption, for building new alliances, seizing new technologies and innovating new business models to tackle the world’s sustainability challenges. Read more
  • by Bobby Hayden on January 28, 2015
    The time for “Do less harm” has passed. It’s time for the beginning of being; the beginning of a Living Future. Join us next April for Living Future 2015. We’ll explore a genuine sense of place and community as the bellwether of truly restorative design. Register today. Read more
  • by Bobby Hayden on January 28, 2015
    About OCN The Oregon Conservation Network (OCN) is coordinated by OLCV's Education Fund.  Over 40 Oregon conservation organizations work together in the Legislature on shared Priorities for a Healthy Oregon. Together, we pass pro-conservation laws, protect our unique quality of life, and ensure a better Oregon for our children. OCN is powered by the thousands of Oregonians who belong to its member organizations. Read more
  • by Bobby Hayden on January 28, 2015
  • by Bobby Hayden on January 27, 2015
    Explore climate change as a moral issue, and learn about current climate legislation and how to effectively offer your views to legislators. Cost (including lunch): $20 general and $10 students. For more information about the event (including the agenda) and to register, download a registration brochure. Check back soon for online registration. Sponsored by EMO’s Oregon Interfaith Power & Light and other faith groups to be announced. Read more
  • by Eileen V. Quigley on January 14, 2015
    Elected officials from King County and 12 cities commit to an ambitious carbon reduction agenda for 2015. Read more
  • by Bobby Hayden on January 8, 2015
    The 2015 Earth Care Summit will explore how climate change affects physical and mental health, agriculture and biodiversity, our social and economic well-being, and our culture and faith, while looking at current, equitable solutions. Read more
  • by Tony DeFalco on December 16, 2014
    Working together, local groups in Portland's Cully neighborhood are redefining sustainability and development as an anti-poverty strategy.   Read more
  • by Chris Bast on December 4, 2014
    The 6th annual GoGreen Conference in Seattle, Washington, is a one-day, interactive learning experience featuring tactical how-tos, a solutions-centered deep dive into new ways of thinking, and a showcase of regional business leaders and their success stories.  With a distinct platform of bringing together leaders from across industries, GoGreen builds viable networks and cross-pollinates sustainability best practices throughout the regional business community. Use the discount code: CLIMATESOLUTIONS to save 30% on tickets to attend GoGreen Seattle! Read more

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