Center for Environmental Equity: Larry Tuttle
Center for Environmental Equity: Larry Tuttle The Center for Environmental Equity (CEE), founded in 1994, focuses on human health, water-quality, and ﬁscal impacts of mining degradation. The best measure of CEE's success: no major mineral mines have begun operations in Oregon since 1994, and several abandoned mines have been cleaned up or are scheduled for cleanup. To focus public attention, to enlist community support, and to make on-the-ground improvements, CEE concentrates on speciﬁc geographical areas, mining operations, and abandoned mine cleanups that present direct human health and water quality perils. Larry Tuttle founded the Center for Environmental Equity in 1994. Tuttle served as the director of the Oregon Ofﬁce of The Wilderness Society and as Executive Director of the Oregon Natural Resources Council from 1989 to 1994. He was elected to the Deschutes County, Oregon, board of commissioners in 1982 and served until 1986. Tuttle’s background includes 16 years in commercial banking and small business consulting during the period 1969 - 1989. Tuttle received a B.S. in Finance from the University of Oregon in 1969.
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