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Advocates urge Oregon regulators to reject NW Natural’s risky investment plan

by Climate Solutions on May 5, 2023

In Support of Public Utility Commission Staff’s Analysis, Climate Advocates Call on Commissioners to Require the Major Gas Utility to Develop a Realistic Long-term Investment Plan to Meet State Climate Goals and Protect Vulnerable Utility Customers

A success story: investing in climate progress

by Jonathan Lawson on April 27, 2023

As Washington State books historic investments in clean energy, federal courts weigh in on city- and state-led efforts to counter the power of fossil fuels

$2 Billion in climate and clean energy, coming to you!

by Kelly Hall on April 25, 2023

That’s a wrap: 2023 Washington legislative session ends with unprecedented dollars for climate and clean energy development

2023 Oregon Legislative Priorities

by Meredith Connolly on April 25, 2023

We’re officially halfway through the 2023 legislative session here in Oregon, and there is A LOT to report about where we’re at on climate action. 

This Earth Day, hear from different voices 🌍

by Jonathan Lee on April 21, 2023

Nature is a part of our collective home every bit as much as any four walls and a roof, all of which needs recognition and protection.

🎬 Not so "natural" gas?

by Jonathan Lee on April 19, 2023

The fossil fuel industry promotes methane — commonly referred to as "natural gas" — as a safe and healthy source of energy. However, using methane has major negative health and environmental consequences.

🎬 Electric heat pumps are magic

by Jonathan Lee on April 19, 2023

An electric heat pump can help you live in comfort year-round, while also releasing less pollution and saving you money on energy costs.

Join Us for Building Resilience Lobby Day on April 20th

by Meredith Connolly on April 17, 2023

With your help, we can make sure Oregon lawmakers understand these and other important benefits of the Resilient, Efficient Buildings policy package.

Amazon's glass house

by Jonathan Lawson on April 13, 2023

When it comes to carbon emissions, Amazon shouldn't throw stones. Also: ratcheting down tailpipe emissions

Support Building Resilience in Oregon

by Greer Ryan on April 5, 2023

Oregon's Senate Energy and Environment Committee voted to advance the Resilient, Efficient Buildings package. But there’s more work ahead.

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