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Why Inclusionary Zoning Matters

Guest blog by Vivian Satterfield of OPAL Environmental Justice OregonIn a gymnasium in East Portland this past weekend, over 300 members of our community gathered to share one message with a panel of Oregon legislators: we are in a housing crisis, and it is time to act. Individuals, advocates and service providers were at times tearful, or angry. The forum was a powerful reminder that although the problems facing Oregonians are numerous, the solutions are as well. We need to use every tool available in order to meet the housing needs of our communities.During the 2015 legislative session, OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon worked with a ...

12 Wins for Oregon’s Environment in 2014

Across the state, Oregonians worked together in 2014 for the benefit of our environment. Here are a few of the many wins Oregon can celebrate as we reflect on the past year. We congratulate the great work of so many people and organizations that made this work possible. Well done, Oregon and cheers!Congrats to the many organizations who made these wins happen!Safer products guideline adoption: Oregon Environmental CouncilThe People's Climate March: 350PDX and environmental, social justice, faith and peace organizations across OregonOregon Business Climate Declaration: Climate Solutions and Oregon Environmental CouncilCity of ...