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What does WELC stand for?

WELC stands for Western Environmental Law Center (est. 1976)

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He graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law in 2005, clerked for Oregon state and federal courts and represented people and organizations at the Western Environmental Law Center.
SunPower Suntech America Town of Mansfield Unicoi Energy Services, LLC Union of Concerned Scientists Washington Gas Energy Services Western Environmental Law Center West Chester Borough ### About the Voluntary Renewable Energy Coalition (VREC): The Voluntary Renewable Energy Coalition (VREC) is a group of companies and nonprofit organizations that support the voluntary renewable energy market.
Members of this group include Rogue Riverkeeper, Friends of Living Oregon Waters, Western Environmental Law Center, Rogue Flyfishers, Cascadia Wildlands "and thousands of Oregon citizens," the statement said.
Wilson, an environmental attorney from the Western Environmental Law Center in Eugene, has been involved with EarthShare Oregon for many years as a volunteer.
Here's how the rated charities in Lane County currently stack up: Four stars: Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide, Fanconi Anemia Research Fund, Greenhill Humane Society, Relief Nursery, Volunteers In Medicine Clinic, Western Environmental Law Center Three stars: Food for Lane County Two stars: Eugene Mission, Holt International Children's Services, Light Bearers Ministry, United Way of Lane County For more information about the ratings, go to www.
The rules "up-end" the Legislature's intent to make public health the state's first priority, said Dan Galpern, attorney at the Eugene-based Western Environmental Law Center, a nonprofit law firm that helped push for the 2009 law.
Essentially twice the reductions," said Dan Galpern, attorney with the Eugene-based Western Environmental Law Center, who brought suit against the Bush Administration's Environmental Protection Agency, which blocked the state-passed standards.