Renew Oregon is a growing coalition of businesses, non-profits, faith and community organizations, and individual Oregonians working to make Oregon a leader in the fight against climate change to promote a cleaner, more prosperous state.

We’re standing with healthcare professionals, farmers, people of faith, parents, union members, communities of color, young activists and elders, artists and entrepreneurs – the people who make Oregon great.

Together, this movement will secure healthier communities and a thriving economy for all.

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Coalition Members

7 Devils Brewing Co.
A to Z Wineworks
AFSCME Council 75
Alima Pure
American Lung Association, Oregon
Asean Corporation (Stalkmarket)
Ashland Electric Bikes
Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon
Bend Electric Bikes
Bergsund DeLaney Architecture & Planning
Bio Taxi LLC
Bicycle Transportation Alliance
Blue Mountain Solar, Inc.
Borst Engineering & Construction LLC 
Brew Dr. Kombucha
Brink Communications
Business for Innovative Climate & Energy Policy (BICEP)
Caldera Arts
Carman Ranch
Cascade Mushroom Company
Casselle LaTourette Family Therapy
Center for Intercultural Organizing
Cheryl Heinrichs Architecture
Chinook Book
Citizens' Utility Board
Classique Floors
Clean Edge, Inc.
Climate Clean, Inc. 
Climate Parents
Climate Solutions
Climate Watch Wallowas
Coalition of Communities of Color
Cogan Owens Greene
Cold Steel Art
Columbia Biogas
Columbia Gorge Climate Action Network
Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
Community Forest Products
Construction Reconstruction
Craft Brew Alliance
Cynergy E-Bikes
Dandelions Buttons
DeSantis Landscaping
EDP Renewables
Eleek Inc.
Elephants Delicatessen
Emission Fuel Technologies LLC
Engineers for a Sustainable Future
Environment Oregon
Environment & Human Rights Advisory
Environmental Defense Fund
Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2)
Equilibrium Capital 
eWind Solutions
FMYI, Inc.
Gerding Edlen
Good Company
GraceWorks Ecofriendly Housecleaning
Green Energy Corp 
Green Zebra Grocery
Hawthorne Auto Clinic
Healthworks! TV Oregon
Henkels Law LLC
Home Performance Guild of Oregon
Hopcroft Consulting
Hopworks Urban Brewery
Hot Lips Pizza
Imperial Stock Ranch
Indow Windows
International Living Future Institute
Jones Lang Lasalle
Kelly/Porter Investments, LLC
Kettle Brand
League of Women Voters in Oregon
Lemelson Vineyards
Main Street Alliance
Mandate Media
Mark Gamba Photographs
Meriwether Group
Meticulous Plumbing
Moda Health
Moms Clean Air Force
Mountain Rose Herbs
Natural Resources Defense Council
Northwoods Nursery Inc.
Neighbors for Clean Air
Neil Kelly Company
New Outlook Financial, LLC
NW Energy Coalition
O'Neil Electric
Oregon Chapter of the Sierra Club
Oregon Center for Christian Voices
Oregon Council of Trout Unlimited
Oregon Environmental Council
Oregon Innovation Alliance
Oregon Interfaith Power and Light, a project of Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon
Oregon League of Conservation Voters
Oregon Nurses Association
Oregon Public Health Institute
Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition 
Oregon Solar Energy Industries Association
Oregon Tradeswomen, Inc. (OTI)
Oregon Wild
Oregonians for Renewable Energy Progress
Outdoor Project
P&P Apiary
Physicians for Social Responsibility, Oregon Chapter
PIVOT Architecture
Portland Jobs With Justice
Pringle Creek Community
Puppet Labs, Inc.
Quanta Fuel Technologies
Renewal Associates
Renewable Northwest
Rocking C Ranch
Rogue Climate
Rose City Mortgage
Russell Fellows Properties
Sara Bella Upcycled
Sea Level Bakery + Coffee
SeQuential Biofuels
SERA Architects
Shiels Obletz Johnsen
Shorepower Technologies
Siteworks Design-Build
Sol Coast Consulting & Design, LLC
SolAire Homebuilders
Sokol Blosser Winery
Solar Oregon
Something Borrowed Portland
Soter Vineyards
South Salem Cycleworks
Stephanie Glazer, Independent Sustainability Advisor
Surfrider Foundation
Sustainable Harvest Coffee Importers
Technology Association of Oregon
Telvin Strategic Communication
Townshend's Tea
Tualatin Riverkeepers
The Bus Project
The Climate Trust
The Joinery
The Tofurky Company
Trillium Asset Management
Truck Trike
True South Solar
Union of Concerned Scientists
United Food and Commercial Workers Local 555
Upstream Public Health
Vernier Software & Technology
Wall @Law, LLC
Wanderin' Notions & Beautiful Distractions
Wild Salmon Center
Wisdom of the Elders
YR&G Sustainability Consulting
Zero2Global Renewable Energy Systems

Many other Oregon businesses support climate action. See the full list of business that have signed the Oregon Business Climate Declaration.

The organizations listed above have registered their support for Renew Oregon's overall goal of transitioning to a clean energy economy. Listing here does not indicate endorsement of any particular ballot or legislative proposal.


Carrie Nyssen, Vice President, Advocacy & Air Quality Initiatives at American Lung Association of the Mountain Pacific

“Reducing air pollution improves Oregon’s air and health. Thousands suffer every day from breathing problems. We can make a difference by cleaning up the way we produce energy.”

Carol Whipple, Rocking C Ranch timber
“This is about rising above politics as usual. Oregon’s natural resources are under threat from climate change. Oregonians aren’t the kind of people to do nothing. We can lead by example with our success.”
Mark Edlen, Gerding Edlen
“The economic opportunity of a clean energy economy is enormous. Sustainable and efficient development in my industry creates good-paying jobs. Efficient buildings save people money and increase property value while also protecting the environment. It's a win-win.”


Steve Clem, Skanska

"Statewide action moving from pollution-generating energy toward a clean energy economy can help grow demand for 21st century solutions -- like buildings that generate more of their own power." 


Skip Newberry, Technology Association of Oregon

“Innovative Oregon companies can lead the transition to a clean energy future. Technology advancements in areas such as the Internet-of-Things and Big Data are driving investment and growth in Oregon and globally."