Oregon’s environment is healthy and sustains our communities and economy.
> Implement Oregon’s Ten Year Energy Action Plan.
> Build on existing, and create new, energy efficiency programs to keep improvement costs low for Oregon residents and businesses.
> Develop home-grown renewable energy resources.
> Diversify Oregon’s power and transportation fuel supplies and create clean energy infrastructure.
> Help local governments invest in improved water and wastewater systems.
> Partner with local landowners to protect drinking water sources.
> Improve the population status of commercial and recreational fish species.
> Improve monitoring of water quality as the foundation for strategic investments in better land management.
> Improve stewardship and management of priority toxic chemicals.
> Address the disproportionate impact of environmental toxins on people who live in poverty and people of color.
> Reduce polluted runoff from urban, agricultural, and forestry uses.
> Expand the availability and use of cleaner wood stoves, cleaner vehicles and cleaner fuels.
> Reduce air pollution from wildfires, open burning, and other activities during air inversions and other weather- related events.
> Increase access and availability to transit, rail, bicycle, and pedestrian travel.
> Balance ecological and economic interests to improve the health of watersheds, and fish and wildlife habitat.
> Simplify Oregon’s land use program and develop new tools to sustain working farms and forestland.
> 100% of the increase in demand for electricity is met through energy efficiency and conservation.
> Greenhouse gas emissions are reduced to at least 10% below 1990 levels.
> 90+% of small town drinking water systems meet high quality standards.
> At least 60% of monitored stream sites are in good to excellent condition, and water quality is improving across the state.
> Employment in commercial and recreational fishing is increased by 5%.
> High priority toxic chemicals in air, water, and land are reduced by 50%.
> The number of days that air pollution levels are unhealthy is decreased by 50%.
> Wildland forest loss is limited to 2,500 acres per year and intensive agricultural land loss to 3,500 acres per year.