Improving Oregon’s Homes and Buildings for our Climate and Communities
Oregonians deserve healthy, affordable, resilient buildings that run on clean energy.
The Energy Upgrade Navigator Program would help Washington residents access state and federal clean energy investments to save money, helping the state meet our climate goals.
As the final results of this November’s midterm election roll in, one thing is clear: climate action was on the ballot in Oregon, and voters made it clear that they want more!
Friday, November 4thwas a big, great day in our efforts for cleaner, healthier homes and buildings!
Voting yes on Measure 113 will help us make the necessary progress in Oregon on an equitable transition to a clean energy-powered grid, transportation system, and buildings.
An incredible showing, representing the fabric and diversity of our climate community, raising the volume for clean and healthy homes
Every election is a climate election! In Washington it's not too late to register to vote. And it's never too late to make sure your friends and neighbors are registered. And of course, to vote.
Throughout this month, Climate Solutions has been sharing real, widely available clean energy solutions through our #FreedomFromFossilFuels campaign. Now, we'd like to hear from YOU!
Bridging the digital divide, EVs keep accelerating, fossil fuel dirty deeds, and spreading climate hope.
Despite a recent Executive Order on climate action by outgoing Seattle mayor, Jenny Durkan, Seattle is still behind on its goals. Deepa Sivirajan has a few recommendations for Mayor-Elect Bruce Harrell on making climate central to his future governance.
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