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Alliance Launched To Save Bees

Sixty-five chefs, restaurant owners and other culinary leaders joined us to launch the Bee Friendly Food Alliance. Through the Alliance, chefs and restaurateurs are calling attention to the importance of bees to our food supply, the dramatic die-off of bee populations, and the need to protect our pollinators. LEARN MORE.

News Release | Environment Oregon

Logging proposal near Crater Lake moves forward despite landmark public opposition

In late September, the US Forest Service announced that a logging proposal around Oregon’s only national park has moved forward, despite unprecedented public opposition. In response, Environment Oregon Preservation Advocate Rikki Seguin released the following statement.

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News Release | Environment Oregon

Oregon's Only National Park: Sorry, We're Closed

Just as the stunning fall foliage season begins at Crater Lake National Park and as families embark on their final camping trip of the year, thousands of nature lovers will be greeted by closed gates and empty ranger stations at our nation’s parks today as a result of the government shutdown.

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News Release | Environment Oregon

No New Dirty Power Plants under EPA standard

[Portland, OR] – On the heels of Oregon’s worst wildfires in over a decade, the third largest wildfire in California history, and devastating, record-breaking floods in Colorado, the Obama administration proposed a major new rule today to curb the carbon pollution spewing from power plants that fuels global warming. Scientists warn that without major reductions in carbon pollution, extreme weather will become even more frequent and severe.

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News Release | Environment Oregon

Oregon Receives Power from 5 of Nation’s 100 Dirtiest Power Plants

Salem, OR – On the heels of Oregon’s largest and most devastating wildfires in over a decade, a new report from Environment Oregon Research & Policy Center finds that even as Oregon works to cut its reliance on dirty fossil fuels and transition to clean energy, power plants remain the single largest source of carbon pollution in America. Scientists predict that extreme weather events, like wildfires, will become more frequent and severe for future generations, unless we cut the dangerous carbon pollution fueling the problem.

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Report | Environment Oregon Research & Policy Center

America's Dirtiest Power Plants

On the heels of Oregon’s largest and most devastating wildfires in over a decade a new report from Environment Oregon Research & Policy Center finds that even as Oregon works to cut carbon pollution and transition to clean energy, power plants remain the single largest source of carbon pollution in America. Scientists predict that extreme weather events will become more frequent and severe for future generations, unless we cut the dangerous carbon pollution fueling the problem.

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