Press Room

The basics are clear: less climate pollution, more clean energy

by csadmin on June 18, 2014

The Obama administration announced a plan for federal climate action today, unveiling a suite of measures to limit climate pollution from power plants, increase renewable energy production, improve energy efficiency standards, and place better controls on methane and other potent contributors to climate disruption.

Climate Impacts and Economic Opportunities: Business, Elected, Public Health Leaders Call for Bold Action in WA

by csadmin on June 18, 2014

Opportunities for Reducing Climate Pollution and Accelerating the Homegrown Clean Energy Economy Under Consideration by Gov. Inslee and Legislators in Climate Workgroup

U.S. EPA’s Announcement to Regulate Climate Pollution from New Coal-Fired Power Plants Draws Strong Positive Reactions From Northwest Business, Clean Energy Leaders

by csadmin on June 18, 2014

"The EPA put accountability where it belongs and they're a powerful example of West Coast climate leadership, as they’re modeled on the standards pioneered in California, Washington, and Oregon."

Oregon House hearing highlights who is paying the price for climate pollution

by csadmin on June 18, 2014

The takeaway from the OGWC’s latest report: Cars and Coal remain our challenge. Oregon is not on path to meet its 2020 goals.

Goldman Sachs Sacks Coal Terminal Investment

by csadmin on June 17, 2014

Goldman Sachs Infrastructure Partners has sold off its remaining equity investment in the company proposing a 48 million ton per year coal export terminal north of Bellingham whicih, if built, would be the largest coal export terminal in North America. The move comes after coal companies have tabled or dropped three out of six proposed coal export terminals in the Pacific Northwest in the last two years.

Capturing carbon, saving money, and enhancing regional communities

by csadmin on August 1, 2013

The Northwest Biocarbon Initiative, City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services, Ecotrust, and the Willamette Partnership provided a briefing on the climate and economic benefits of natural infrastructure in Portland and the Willamette Valley, announced the release of Natural Infrastructure: A Climate-Smart Solution, and led a 45-minute tour of multiple natural infrastructure projects in Portland's South Waterfront area.

Small Cities and Towns Pioneering the Clean Energy Economy

by Eileen V. Quigley on July 12, 2012

Small- and Medium-Sized Communities Innovate on Clean-Energy and Efficiency Programs

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