PUBLIC & VISITORS | Sustainability
Built with sustainability in mind, the Oregon Convention Center (OCC) has long held a leadership role in green building and other environmentally responsible business practices. In 2004, the OCC was the first convention center to earn LEED® for Existing Buildings certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. In 2008, the facility was recertified at the Silver level and operates with a pledge to continually reduce its environmental footprint, and to educate its staff, clients and visitors on the importance of working together toward a sustainable future. Along with Travel Portland, Metro, and the people and City of Portland, the OCC has helped to establish Portland, Oregon's national reputation as a premier destination for green meetings and events...
OCC sustainability reports, statistics and information
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Metro Regional Government's Sustainability Plan
As a regional govern- ment committed to promoting sustainable communities, Metro is working to reduce its own ecological footprint. Learn about efforts to reduce the environmental impact of Metro's public venues, parks, buildings and solid waste facilities. LEARN MORE»