Oregon: Turn off the plastic tap
Every year it's becoming more and more clear: We need to turn off the plastic tap. Plastic waste is piling up in our landfills, our communities and our environment. Tell your state legislators to work to prevent plastic pollution this year.
Working together for clean air, clean water, clean energy, wildlife, open spaces and a livable climate.
Statement: Energy bill would wreak havoc on lands, waters and taxpayers
Heat pumps 101: Efficiently heat and cool your home while saving money
Environment Oregon joins the conservation chorus asking for more for our Marine Reserves
Bill to phase out polystyrene foodware, PFAS from food packaging advances to the Senate floor
Toxic-Free Kids Modernization Act passes Oregon House
What You Can Do
Tell Secretary Haaland: 90% of plastic out of national parks by 2025
Tell the Biden administration: Keep us safe from hazardous chemical trains
Tell the EPA to regulate the “widely recyclable” label
Environment Oregon’s 2023 Legislative Agenda
Environment Oregon outlines our legislative priorities for the 2023 legislative session, as we work to reduce plastic pollution, transition to clean, renewable energy, stop toxic threats, protect Oregon's wildlife and special places, and more.
I want there to be a lobbying voice in Salem whose sole goal is the preservation of Oregon's environment. While Environment Oregon surely is outspent by corporate interests, I believe they punch above their weight because our legislators recognize that Environment Oregon represents the views of the many voters who value and wish to preserve Oregon's natural beauty.Pete Tucker, Environment Oregon member
Environment Oregon is a critical voice in Salem
I'm happy to support Environment Oregon's climate-related public education and advocacy work because it is rooted in science, locally focused, and effectively leveraged by coordination with a network of similar organizations across the US.Jon Fink, Environment Oregon member
Environment Oregon’s climate work is critical
I encourage everyone to care for our environment because every aspect of our lives depends upon it, and we are the ones responsible for its care and preservation.Theresa Gallant, Member, Environment Washington
I encourage everyone to care for our environment
The issues and initiatives Environment Oregon takes are critical, both for understanding and combating climate change, and I’m proud to be a member.Dennis Johnson, Member, Environment Oregon
The issues and initiatives Environment Oregon takes on are critical
It is now apparent that we need to take significant action in the next few years if we are to have any chance of avoiding the really significant impacts of a changing climate.Bruce Parker, Member, Environment America