One year after the signing of Executive Order 20-04, our coalition released a robust report assessing the state’s progress on implementation.
Today we celebrate Oregon’s leadership, the tireless work of coalition partners, and a more stable future thanks to Executive Order 20-04.
OEC’s climate team breaks down the ins and outs of what Biden’s “Climate Day” means for Oregon
We need to elect pro-climate officials at every level to protect our environment and ensure a stable climate for future generations
In a matter of days, tens of thousands of Oregonians were put under evacuation orders, thousands of families lost their homes, and nine people lost their lives. More than a million acres of precious Oregon lands--including critical carbon stores--were destroyed. Dense smoke led to air quality so beyond hazardous that public officials issued a statewide advisory instructing Oregonians to stay indoors. And here’s the kicker: if we do not reverse current climate pollution trends, devastating wildfires like the ones ...
So what does building back better look like?
Oregon moves forward with its effort to expand its Clean Fuels Program credits, advance emissions-free transportation electrification
Oregon is building on its strong leadership to reduce climate pollution from transportation fuels, as part of its work to implement the Oregon Climate Action Plan (OCAP)--Gov. Kate Brown’s March 2020 executive order on the climate crisis.
One of the OCAP directives that we at OEC are most excited about is extending and strengthening Oregon’s Clean Fuels Program. Since 2016, the Clean Fuels Program has been creating jobs and working to lower pollution from fuels by making cleaner options available. In its first ...
Reducing food waste can save consumers money and help Oregon meet its climate goals-- now that’s what we call a double win!
Oregon moves forward with its plan to cap and reduce greenhouse gas emissions to support climate goals
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today submitted a final report on its plan to transition Oregon to a cleaner economy.
As mandated by Governor Brown’s March 2020 Oregon Climate Action Plan (EO 20-04), DEQ must cap climate pollution from the largest sources of emissions in our state: major industrial emitters, transportation fuels, and other fuels, including natural gas. Emissions from these sectors will decline over time in order to meet the state's new goal of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by at least 45% below 1990 ...
Energy efficient appliances can save consumers money and help Oregon meet its climate goals.
Climate action moves forward in Oregon as agencies outline next steps on Governor Brown’s executive order.