Oregon lawmakers and advocates celebrate “Rise Above Plastic Pollution Day”
EPA, DOT to increase accountability, safety in wake of Ohio chemical train derailment
On Valentine’s Day, groups call on the Oregon Legislature to ‘break up with plastic’
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‘You have the power’ webinar details how to electrify homes with new tax credits
Experts share how new federal policies can save Americans money, reduce pollution
Statement: House bill doubles down on oil drilling
Congress is considering the Strategic Production Response Act, which would require more oil drilling on federal lands and in our oceans.
Advocates to lawmakers: Say farewell to fluorescents
This spring, lawmakers in more than 10 states are considering policies to phase out fluorescent bulbs to reduce utility bills and protect public health, which could set precedents for further federal and international action.
Statement: Thousands of lives at stake in new soot proposal
A strong soot rule would deliver cleaner air.
Statement: US Postal Service’s electric vehicle purchases will help deliver a cleaner future
USPS to announce a significant increase in electric vehicle purchases
Statement: Oregon enacting 100% zero-emission cars sales requirement by 2035
On Monday, the Oregon Environmental Quality Commission voted in favor of a rule that will require all new cars sold in Oregon be zero-emission vehicles by 2035. This rule aligns Oregon with California's updated auto emissions standards.
Statement: Senate rejects amendment that would speed approval of polluting projects
The legislation from Sen. Manchin would have weakened environmental protections under NEPA.
STATEMENT: Biden administration announces first-ever national building performance standard
Building performance standards will spur federal buildings to use fewer fossil fuels, become more energy-efficient
Panel discussion: How to get started on winter weatherization using new federal, state incentives
As energy costs rise across the country, many consumers are looking for ways to reduce energy use and save money.
Report: U.S. Agencies Undermine Biden’s Pledge to Protect Climate-Saving Forests
Failure to protect mature and old-growth forests from logging risks global credibility on forest conservation