Amid a pandemic where many have been forced indoors for months, County and City Officials have come up with a plan to encourage physical activity for those with chronic diseases: a bike prescription.
Multnomah County is disappointed by the opinion the Oregon Supreme Court released yesterday in Chernaik v. Brown.
How energy regulation in Oregon works, and how Multnomah County's Office of Sustainability engages with the Oregon Public Utilities Commission to advocate for a cleaner, more equitable energy system.
Apply for the Advisory Committee on Sustainability & Innovation (ACSI), a citizen committee focusing on sustainability with a racial justice lens.
Multnomah County and the City of Portland have released a final report on the 2015 Climate Action Plan, which documents the Plan's implementation successes and challenges, and next steps.
Register for a transportation workshop with Multnomah County's REACH Program and learn how the Black community can be strategically involved with transportation plans for Greater Portland.
COVID-19 can attack the lungs. Woodsmoke from fires makes it hard to breathe. We can all make a difference. Stay home, save lives, and skip the fire to love your lungs.
Commissioner Lori Stegmann announces the Multnomah County winner of the Sustainability Award, the Mid-County Lighting District.
Multnomah County was awarded "Most Natural Gas Savings" out of 34 large public and private organizations participating in Energy Trust of Oregon's Strategic Energy Management (SEM) program.
More than 500 health professionals and more than a dozen leading health organizations in Oregon came out Tuesday to proclaim climate change a public health emergency.
Multnomah County Sheriff's Office and the Multnomah County Office of Sustainability are looking for a Garden Manager for the Inverness Jail garden.
Multnomah County joins youth in Oregon Supreme Court arguments to protect air, water, fish, and wildlife against harm, including climate change.