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The Resource Innovation Group (TRIG)

PO Box 51182
Eugene OR 97405
Eugene, OR 97403



January 22, 2015

The Resource Innovation Group (TRIG) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization affiliated with the Sustainability Institute at Willamette University. TRIG's mission is to address the human causes, impacts, and solutions to complex socio-economic-ecological challenges, with a special emphasis on climate change.

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