by Gregg Small on July 14, 2021
After an incredible run of climate progress, what's next for the Northwest?
by Victoria Paykar on July 8, 2021
Oregon passed two clean transportation bills so far this year, but our work isn’t over.
by Deepa Sivarajan on July 7, 2021
With fossil fuels as the energy source for our buildings, we’re only going to see more unprecedented heat waves. We need to reduce our emissions and protect our communities. That’s where the movement towards clean, safe, all-electric buildings comes in.
by Gregg Small on July 7, 2021
The American Jobs Act could provide the biggest-ever US investment in clean energy and equitable climate progress. But the fossil fuel industry is lobbying hard to make sure that doesn't happen. Let's stand up now for climate action!
by Jonathan Lawson on July 1, 2021
Last weekend's record-breaking heat dome has largely passed, but continues to wreak havoc with heat-related deaths, power outages and wildfires
by Meredith Connolly on June 26, 2021
HUGE NEWS from Salem!! House Bill 2021, which commits Oregon to 100% clean, carbon-free energy by 2040, was just passed by the state legislature!
by Jonathan Lee on June 18, 2021
TriMet doubles down on clean electricity, Keystone XL pipeline is cancelled, and carmakers up the ante on EVs.
by Meredith Connolly on June 4, 2021
23 days. That’s how much time is left in the legislative session in Salem. 97° F. That’s the record-breaking temperature in Salem on June 1st. More than 97%. That’s how much of Oregon is abnormally dry, as drought emergencies are being declared and wildfires are already burning.
by Stephanie Noren on June 4, 2021
Climate tailwinds in Oregon, Ford reigns EV, and Big Oil shakedown in this week's ClimateCast
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