The PSU Climate Action Plan would not have been possible without the leadership and support of the following individuals and organizations: Wim Wiewel, Lindsay Desrochers, Roy Koch, Mark Gregory, the Oregon University System,the City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, the Portland Metropolitan Regional Government (Metro), the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, and TriMet.
Sustainable urban development, City planning -- Environmental aspects, Partnership, Cooperation, Cities and towns, Universities and colleges, Climatic changes
In June 2007, Portland State University (PSU) joined this effort by signing the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment (ACUPCC). The commitment challenged PSU to form a committee to oversee climate efforts, track carbon emissions, and develop a Climate Action Plan (CAP) to move toward carbon neutrality. This document fulfills the final requirement for ACUPCC and supports regional climate goals of partner agencies, such as those described in the 2009 City of Portland and Multnomah County Climate Action Plan.
Beaudoin, Fletcher and Studer-Spevak, Noelle, "Portland State University Climate Action Plan, 2010" (2010). The Campus Sustainability Office Publications, Reports and Presentations. 4.