In just 20 minutes of cooking, Carbon dioxide (CO2) levels can surpass 1000 ppm and be in the red zone.
As we shut our windows and insulate our homes for the fall and winter, OEC has some tips for you to save your air-quality during the ...more
OEC’s work is powered by the generosity and commitment of people who care deeply about creating a more healthy and just environment for all Oregonians. As we look ahead to 2021, it will take all of us to achieve the momentum needed to ...more
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 ...more
Cutting down diesel pollution not only improves human health and mitigates climate impact, it also keeps our money local and creates new jobs.
On July 10th, Governor Brown signed on to a memorandum of understanding with governors of 14 ...more
With the rainy season and school year in Oregon underway, Autumn is a great time to clean up garden beds, manage soil and compost, prepare sod and minimize problems in the new growing season.
Fall garden clean up and winter preparation ...more
We know that our transportation system is not equitable. A system centered on moving vehicles, not people and goods, is not equitable.
Most of us don’t think about “transportation” as an issue. We think about our commute, our ...more
As Oregonians adjust to the reality of Covid-19, our work to protect Oregon’s environment continues. As pressures to rollback protections increase, this work is just as important as ever. We will not stop. Thank you for staying with us during these challenging times.