Portland crosswalk with traffic
Better transit, safer streets, cleaner air for Portland: Vote YES on Measure 26-218
Climate Solutions and Oregon Environmental Council proudly endorse Let’s Get Moving 2020. Don’t miss your chance to vote YES on Measure 26-218 at the bottom of your ballot.
Electric vehicles
Portland crosswalk and traffic

Better transit, safer streets, cleaner air for Portland: Vote YES on Measure 26-218

Climate Solutions and Oregon Environmental Council proudly endorse Let’s Get Moving 2020. Don’t miss your chance to vote YES on Measure 26-218 at the bottom of your ballot.

Zero emissions bus in Seattle

Seattle's Proposition 1: Yes to transit!

To address the climate crisis, clean up our air, and protect our communities' health, we need more clean-energy transit.

wildfire damage, Oregon

Ready for a gasoline-free future? CA is

California is ready to quit gas-fueled cars... a presidential legacy of intentional climate inaction... and the latest news on climate and clean energy

Electric Fedex mail truck sits parked

Clean Trucks for Justice

Our state needs to prioritize cleaning up the delivery trucks, transit and school buses, big rigs, and other commercial vehicles that make up the medium and heavy duty transportation sector.

Bike and streetcar in Portland

Portland Metro voters will get chance to say YES to safe, clean and efficient transportation

The Portland metro region needs safe, efficient, and affordable transportation options. Let’s Get Moving 2020 will help make these improvements possible, all while reducing climate pollution and addressing systemic inequities.

Oregon Capitol in springtime

Oregon fills leadership gap on parallel COVID, climate crises

Global warming has not paused to respect social distancing during these ‘corona times.’ However, in early March, Oregon Governor Kate Brown delivered one of the country's strongest Executive Orders on climate in early March, now called the “Oregon Climate Action Plan.”

Roads ahead for clean transportation in Washington

Washington must address the climate pollution that comes from our largest source of it—transportation. 

Oregon Capitol

Oregon reclaims leadership on bold climate action

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has fulfilled her long-standing promise to take strong executive action to curb climate pollution. Learn more about what it does and why it matters.

Oregon Capitol at sunrise

Oregon reclaims leadership on bold climate action

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has fulfilled her long-standing promise to take strong executive action to curb climate pollution. Learn more about what it does and why it matters.

Clean. Electricity. Everywhere.

Climate progress confirmed as a top-tier political issue. Duh!

Solutions from the States: Going Big on Climate Action with Gov. Kate Brown

While it’s clear with 2020 election outcomes that while we will see some progress in the new administration, it will take action at every level to meet our climate goals as a country.  So what lessons can states draw from one another as they look to 2021 and needed action at every level with continued obstruction of sound policy solutions?

Climate Leaders Live!: Transforming Our Transportation

How do you typically get around your city or town? How does the way you get around make you feel? What is your ideal vision for the future of our transportation? 

Transportation is the largest source of climate pollution in the Pacific Northwest and we need that to change. This means making the switch to clean electricity (as much as we can) to move people and goods; and to reduce our reliance on driving alone—like shifting toward more sustainable modes such as transit, biking, and walking.

Electric Fedex mail truck sits parked

Clean Trucks for Justice

Our state needs to prioritize cleaning up the delivery trucks, transit and school buses, big rigs, and other commercial vehicles that make up the medium and heavy duty transportation sector.
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