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On Thursday, OSPIRG Foundation, Environment Oregon Research & Policy Center and Frontier Group released a new report that finds from 2010 through nearly the end of 2021, almost 2,600 gas pipeline incidents occurred in the United States that were serious enough to require reporting to the federal government. That’s the equivalent to one every 40 hours.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack on Thursday signed a memorandum to clarify the U.S. Forest Service’s direction on climate policy.
New report deails how frequent gas leaks result in death, injury and other damage to our health and environment.
The Rhode Island legislature has passed legislation that would set the fastest timeline for any state in the nation to procure 100% of its electricity from renewable energy sources.
For the past few years, Environment Oregon has been working to build public support to ban polystyrene foam takeout containers and cups in Oregon. A question that we sometimes get asked is– why polystyrene? This blog post explores the answer to that question.