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ORGANIZATION: 350Deschutes

  • 10 people are interested

This is the 8th year we have hosted the go Clean Energy Conference. We know that clean energy and efficiency can greatly reduce energy burden of low to moderate income communities. We have brought in experts to the Go Clean Energy Conference to brief nonprofits, the building community as well as governments on affordable housing and building innovations in this area. This year's event will also focus on "green" jobs that are available in our community and how a CPACE (Commercial Property Assessment Clean Energy) loan can help to build new energy efficient buildings and retrofit older buildings with clean energy technology.

Committee members will meet monthly via Zoom and then biweekly as we get closer to the event in October. Volunteers will help to organize how the event will flow, research and contact presenters, and help spread the word to encourage attendance. Once we get closer to the event in October, we will our volunteers to be in person.

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About 350Deschutes


PO Box 1664, BEnd, OR 97709, US

Mission Statement

To engage in Climate Advocacy, Climate Education and foster the development of climate policy that serves the needs of all people, including a JUST TRANSITION for affected workers as we transition to a clean low carbon economy, with special consideration for the needs of the most vulnerable communities.


350Deschutes is part of the network, a global climate advocacy organization. We work on a local and statewide level in Oregon to build awareness of the need for climate action at all levels, individual, corporate, government, and organization.


Advocacy & Human Rights
Board Development
Advocacy & Human Rights, Board Development, Environment


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.



  • Teens
  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 16
  • 4 hours per month. 1 hour monthly Zoom meetings & 3 hours of event planning work per month.
  • Must be able to attend the event at the COCC on October 6th.

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