“The health effects of climate change, physical and mental, are now a part of our daily experience, and they are not experienced equitably" Diana Nuñez our ED reminds us. This is why OEC fights for a healthier, fossil fuel free future 🌎 https://t.co/TQ053REFbk
Thanks to your generous support, we met our $25,000 Spring Challenge Match. This $25,000 has been doubled to $50,000 thanks to your contribution in support of healthy air, clean water, and a climate-resilient future. We couldn't do this work without YOU! https://bit.ly/2KG3wNG
Portland just adopted the Residential Infill Project, which will allow more density in single-dwelling zoned areas. As Portland redevelops over time, neighborhoods will be more supportive of transit, biking and walking for transportation, thus reducing greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution. It will allow more people more equitably the option to make a home in close-in neighborhoods with access to jobs, schools, services, stores, and community gathering places. OEC is proud to have supported this historic zoning reform. Thanks to @PNWelcome@1000oregon and many others! https://bit.ly/2PIYfrg
New testing indicates major fast-food chains are still serving up PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) with some of their most popular takeout foods, despite increasing consumer demand and legislative action to phase out the use of toxic PFAS chemicals.
“The waters and the earth, they take care of us, and it’s our responsibility to humble ourselves and take care of them again and again and again.” Wocus Gibbons, age 17, Klamath and Chinook https://bit.ly/2Xw8vaI