We served climate hope for breakfast
Fresh from some serious clean energy wins in Washington, we're ready to confront the next big climate challenge: transportation.
Global warming

Use your voice to add solutions to the news coverage

Worsening climate impacts have dominated news coverage. But do you know what’s been largely missing? What we can do about it.

map of groundwater excess and shortfall nationwide

A summer of extreme extremes

100% clean electricity nationwide, scoring environmental justice, and a season of extremes 

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Clean Buildings: Help King County keep leading on climate

We’re used to thinking of transportation as the big source of greenhouse gas emissions. But while they don't move, buildings still emit carbon and air pollution.

Graphic of six major issue areas of the Oregon Climate Action Plan (OCAP)

Oregon's Climate Action Plan (OCAP) turns one

Just over a year ago, Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed Executive Order 20-04, now cal

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One year ago...

It was a year ago this week that the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic.

Sunrise at Pilot Rock, Oregon

Join the club on this 350th day of the year

Climate Solutions’ 350 Club members are an integral part of our organization and your help is needed to propel the transition to our clean energy future.

Groups of people in a park are clustered inside marked circles to demonstrate the changes in public spaces during COVID19

Why solving the climate crisis is more urgent than ever

Does it sometimes seem like we're now living in a permanent state of emergency? Because we are. And our need for climate action is anything but a distraction.

Oregon is falling behind on climate action

A growing list of states and territories have adopted carbon pricing policies, enacted more robust low-carbon fuel standards, and committed to a timeline for transitioning to 100% clean electricity, but Oregon is not among them.

Climate strikers believe in—and will fight for—a clean energy future

A movement led by young people gets ready for a week of climate action

The next generation of climate activists is rising in Oregon

Next-generation science curriculum standards are just one reason why Oregon young people are ready for—in fact are demanding—climate leadership. They're stepping up, and won't be stepping back. 



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