News Release | Environment Oregon Research & Policy Center

New report shows Oregon leadership in decade of U.S. renewable energy progress

Oregon ranks #10 in the nation for electric vehicle sales according to a new report released today by Environment Oregon Research & Policy Center. The project, Renewables on the Rise 2020, documents and compares the growth of five key clean energy technologies in each state over the past decade: solar power, wind power, battery storage, energy efficiency and electric vehicles. 

News Release | Environment America

STATEMENT: A new blueprint for our oceans would be a sea change for marine habitats and climate change

An ambitious new bill introduced on Tuesday by House Natural Resources Chairman Raúl Grijalva would change Americans’ relationship with our oceans and aid in our fight against climate change.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg

A resolute dedication to democratic ideals coupled with the wisdom to recognize how and when to see the task through to completion: Advocates for all causes would do well to emulate the qualities that made Justice Ginsburg a truly historic figure. We offer our condolences to her children and grandchildren. The country she worked so hard to improve will miss her.

News Release | Environment Oregon

Environment Oregon joins lawsuit challenging Trump administration’s push to drill in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Environment Oregon, along with other environmental organizations and the Gwich’in Steering Committee filed a lawsuit Monday against the Trump administration over plans to begin oil and gas leasing in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The suit argues that the government is running afoul of federal laws and regulations by failing to protect the land, water and wildlife in the refuge. 

News Release | Environment Oregon

Statement: Great American Outdoors Act being signed into law is historic

President Trump today signed the Great American Outdoors Act, which will permanently fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) at $900 million annually and provide $9.5 billion over five years to fix maintenance problems plaguing America’s public lands. 

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