News Releases

News Release | Environment Oregon

New website features stories of Oregonians impacted by climate change

Within the last year, many startling reports have outlined the impacts of climate change on Oregon, the United States and the world. Today, Environment Oregon is launching, “This is Climate Change,” an online project to share the real-life stories of Oregonians who are already experiencing those impacts.

News Release | Environment Oregon Research & Policy Center

Climate solutions from Day One

Today, Environment Oregon Research & Policy Center released a new report, Climate Solutions from Day One: 12 Ways Governors Can Lead on Climate Now, detailing actions governors across the country can take immediately to significantly reduce planet-warming carbon pollution and ensure a more stable climate for their states and the nation. 

News Release | Environment Oregon Research & Policy Center

Children’s book empowers kids to reduce plastic waste

The problem of plastic in the world’s ocean and its detrimental impact on marine wildlife has gained more attention in recent years. For the director of a local environmental non-profit, Environment Oregon Research & Policy Center, this provides a big opportunity to get people to connect the dots between the problem of plastic pollution and their own consumer habits. So, she decided to write a children’s book about it.

News Release | Environment Oregon

Environment Oregon helps citizens take charge of energy use for Energy Efficiency Day

For Energy Efficiency Day, we released a new guide to help Oregonians conserve energy and reduce wasted energy in their homes and businesses.

News Release | Environment Oregon

Electric bus proposal given the green light by TriMet Board of Directors

TriMet is one step closer to transitioning away from diesel buses to a zero-emission fleet after a key vote on Wednesday morning. The TriMet Board of Directors voted to approve the “TriMet Non-Diesel Bus Plan,” which commits the agency to purchasing 80 electric buses over the next five years and puts in place a plan to transition to a zero-emission fleet and no longer have diesel buses on the road by 2040.

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