Procter & Gamble’s new forest policies demonstrate a disappointing lack of commitment 

When it comes to addressing our plastic waste crisis, Oregonians are aiming high.

Join Environment America in counting down to Earth Day with daily activities to celebrate and explore nature.

Whenever decisions that affect the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the places we love are being made in Washington, our advocates are there to speak and act on your behalf and on behalf of the environment we all share.

This Earth Day your family can commemorate the occasion with fun ways to learn about the planet and how to protect it.

Whether teaching online or in person, there are many ways teachers can celebrate Earth Day with their students this year!

House Bill 2021, in an amended form, would commit Oregon to 100% clean energy over the next few decades. We have some initial thoughts on why the goal of 100% is so important, and how to make the commitment as strong as possible. 

The Oregon legislature is considering a number of bills this legislative session that would address electrifying important parts of our day to day lives, from how we get around to how we power our homes. The coolest part about all of this is how these bills work together seamlessly to make a sum greater than their parts. 

When it comes to plastic pollution, shouldn’t the producers of that plastic take more responsibility? Environment Oregon State Director Celeste Meiffren-Swango certainly thinks so.

In one of its final acts, the Trump administration struck down vital protections for Northern spotted owls: The administration opened up 3.4 million acres of their protected habitat for logging and other development.