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Green Ideas and Ham - December 4th
Join us for our Solar Energy Breakfast Forum

Come one, come all to Environment Oregon’s solar energy breakfast forum! Over breakfast, we will discuss solar energy in Oregon – what is the future of solar energy? What programs are already out there? How do we get more energy from the sun? We will hear presentations from some of the leaders in the field of solar energy, and open the floor to conversations with the audience about this renewable resource.

News Release | Environment Oregon

Oregon Attorney General Defends EPA Action on Climate

On Monday evening, Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum joined 13 additional states and the District of Columbia to stand up for new EPA regulations on global warming pollution. The attorneys general jointly filed a brief with the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, defending EPA against an attack launched by Murray Energy Corporation, a coal-mining company.

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News Release | Environment Oregon

Oregon’s rivers see progress due to Clean Water Act Advocates, businesses, students call for more “waterways restored”

OREGON- On the heels of the 42nd anniversary of the Clean Water Act, a new report tells the story of how the bedrock environmental law has helped to restore and protect the Willamette River. Once so polluted that salmon fingerlings placed in the river died within 15 minutes, the Willamette is on its way back to health, thanks in part to enforcement of water quality standards required by the Clean Water Act. Today, after 20 years of effort, the volume of sewage overflows to the river has been cut by 94 percent, allowing Oregonians to once again swim in the Willamette.

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News Release | Environment Oregon

Oregon’s waterways central to summer fun

12.4 million people visited Oregon’s waterways like the Rogue and the Willamette Rivers over the past year, according to Environment Oregon’s new Summer Fun Index. The new factsheet comes as summer draws to close and as federal officials consider a new rule to restore protections for 61,000 miles of the state’s rivers and streams.

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Report | Environment Oregon

Summer Fun Index

Every summer, Oregonians flock to our waterways to seek relief from the summer heat and enjoy our favorite aquatic activities. Environment Oregon created the Summer Fun Index to show just how popular our waterways are in our most relaxing season!

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News Release | Environment Oregon

Oregon Rejects Coal Export Plan

The Oregon Department of State Lands denied a permit for a coal export terminal in Boardman Monday. Environment Oregon Federal Global Warming Program Director Julian Boggs issued the following statement.

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