Improving Oregon’s Homes and Buildings for our Climate and Communities
Oregonians deserve healthy, affordable, resilient buildings that run on clean energy.
Naming climate disasters after major polluters, overcoming the status quo, and supporting those first and worst affected by climate change-fueled disasters.
ClimateCast is our curated, biweekly collection of news and commentary on climate issues. In this issue: DC Dispatch; renewables boom; CA leads but still too hot
The US West leads the way on electric vehicles and clean tech, more details about the landmark federal climate bill, melting roads, and NW Natural gaslights the public.
The US Senate votes to pass the Inflation Reduction Act, climate impacts keep on coming, and communities lead the way on climate policy.
After Manchin's latest reversal, real U.S. climate leadership remains a strong possibility. Also, it's hot
Space is the place, extreme heat felt across the globe, and coal is still not going to work
Reactions to the SCOTUS climate decision; climate change and young people's mental health; and the importance of nurturing optimism despite everything.
No corner of our state was left untouched by climate-fueled storms and harms last year.
Harrowing floods in the PNW, a wrap-up of the COP26 conference, and some federal progress on climate.
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