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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

Eugene Becomes Third City in Oregon to Ban the Bag

Eugene became the third Oregon city to implement a single-use plastic bag ban when the city council voted to ban plastic checkout bags and put a fee on paper bags. The decision will have big payoffs for Oregon’s environment and the Pacific Ocean.

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News Release | Environment Oregon

Portland Should Pass a Better Bag Ban

Environment Oregon announced their response to the City of Portland’s one-year report on the plastic bag ban. State Director Sarah Higginbotham released a statement endorsing an expansion of the plastic bag ban policy. Portland can continue to make a meaningful difference.

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News Release | Environment Oregon

Obama Admin. Finalizes Historic Clean Car Standards

Today the Obama administration finalized new clean car standards that will double the fuel efficiency of today’s vehicles by 2025, drastically reducing emissions of carbon pollution and cutting oil use in Oregon and nationwide. 

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Report | Environment Oregon Research & Policy Center

Solar Works for Oregon

Oregon has vast untapped potential for solar energy. Taking advantage of the state's solar energy potential would reduce Oregon's contribution to global warming and protect its environment. More solar power would also create jobs and boost manufacturing in Oreogn. Putting policies in place to accelerate the growth of the solar energy market will allow Oregon to start reaping these benefits immediately.

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News Release | Environment Oregon

New Report: Oregon Should Tap into its Vast Solar Energy Potential

Today Environment Oregon was joined by clean energy advocates and representatives from the solar industry, who called for Oregon leaders to go further and faster with policy that will spur solar energy development and consumer access, while protecting the environment.  State Representative Jules Bailey (District 42) answered the call for strong leadership at this morning’s press conference in his district, announcing his plan to introduce legislation that will make it easier for consumers and businesses to benefit from solar.

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