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Interagency Sustainability Coordinators Network (ISCN)
Members
Network
The Interagency Sustainability Coordinators Network is comprised of representatives from the top 25 key agencies that impact sustainability.  The Network meets six times a year and ensures state agencies collaborate on sustainability programs and projects.
 
The following agencies have representatives on the Network: In addition, many universities within the Oregon University System participate in Network activities.

The agencies with links have sustainability programs and plans.  

Sustainability Plan Updates:  Plan Update Guide
Agency Plans and Plan updates

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Event​ ​Date - Time
SPECIAL MEETING
​ISCN Meeting - DAS WEST Confrerence Room A ​June 24, 2015
​Regular ISCN Meeting ​July 15, 2015
​OSB Meeting - Timberline & Warm Springs ​September 17 & 18, 2015

 

Meeting Schedule and Information
2015 Meeting Schedule:
Date / Location ​ ​Agenda Recap
​January 14, 2015 / DAS West CR A Agenda Minutes
March 18, 2015 / Ike Box 299 Cottage St NE Salem, OR Agenda Minutes
May Agenda Minutes
​June 24, 2015 DAS West CRA (Special Meeting) ​Agenda
July
September
November

Meeting Archive Page

Presentations

Green Chemistry Policy / Guidelines - 09/2014

Green Chemistry Questions and Answers - 09/2014

The Global State of Sustainable Public Purchasing

Climate Change Presentation to ISCN / J. Drumheller - January 2014

Government Purchasing for Climate Protection / L. Kochan - July 2014

Activities

Network members on tour of Garten Services in December 2009
Network members on tour of Garten Services

In addition to regular meetings and collaboration, the Network also combines resources for field trips and educational opportunities. 
 
Field Trips  
 
January 2009 - State of Washington Collaboration Project
The Network continues to encourage collaboration among agencies – and other states. Recently, the Network hosted a combined meeting with the State of Washington sustainability coordinators. The groups agreed to create common tools for greenhouse gas reporting. This allows the states to benchmark against each other and more accurately track progress for greening internal operations.