(PORTLAND, OR) – The Portland City Auditor Elections Division sent news late today that the Portland Clean Energy Fund (PDX 04, the “Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Initiative 2018”) received enough valid Portland voter signatures to qualify for the November 2018 ballot. A sampling of 55,509 submitted signatures revealed 39,755 valid signatures, over 5,000 more […]
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In the absence of meaningful action at the federal level, numerous state and local communities are stepping up to the plate to address climate change. The Portland Clean Energy Fund is one example of this important work. The Portland Clean Energy Fund ballot initiative is currently in the signature gathering phase to make the November […]
Great progress was made in the short Legislative session. Portland is lucky to have as climate champions in the Oregon Legislature, Senator Michael Dembrow, and Representative Ken Helm who have moved the Clean Energy Jobs bill ever closer to the finish line. Below is a quote from Sen. Dembrow that summarizes well where things stand […]
Join the 350.org Washington County Team and Washington County Solid Waste & Recycling for a FREE viewing of the film Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story! The second film in the One World Films and Conversations series hosted by 350.org Washington County, this documentary follows filmmakers, Jen and Grant, as they attempt to rescue food often wasted from farm […]
Can you imagine a world where we get around in self-driving electric vehicles, hailed from rideshare services like Uber and powered by solar? What if these breakthroughs were coming, not in 50 years, but in the next decade? That was the gist of a recent video I watched at a 350PDX NE Neighborhood meeting, based […]