Multnomah County joins youth in Oregon Supreme Court arguments to protect air, water, fish, and wildlife against harm, including climate change.
In September, Multnomah County staff and community volunteers went door to door in the community to provide wildfire safety education to residents.
The Board of Commissioners on Thursday passed a resolution to oppose any new and expanded infrastructure for transporting or storing fossil fuels in Multnomah County.
Commissioners tackle earthquake risk to North Portland fuel tank hub, which pose one of the most significant hazards in the region in the event of a Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake.
Hilldale Library in southwest Portland was awarded silver-level Backyard Habitat certification by a joint program through the Portland Audubon Society and the Columbia Land Trust.
A new report shows mixed progress on reducing carbon emissions in Multnomah County.
Greenhouse gas emissions from Multnomah County operations are 64% below the 2007 baseline year according to the 2019 annual Resource Conservation Report.
On Friday, September 20 from 12-1pm in the Multnomah Building Board Room, 50+ staff attend a Climate Strike lunch and learn hosted by the Office of Sustainability and Green Team.
Safe Routes to School provides fun and safe opportunities for kids to walk and bike to school, and serves students in East County schools, including Fairview, Gresham, Troutdale, and Wood Vilage.
A study documents the ways in which the County can use solar-powered microgrids to increase the communities resilience in the face of natural disaster.
Roy Iwai of the Department of Community Services’ Water Quality Program shares his love of streams, the wildlife that inhabit them, and the important work of his division.
Chair Deborah Kafoury announced Multnomah County has petitioned to be a friend of the court in a long-running lawsuit on climate change that’s pitting Oregon teens against the state they call home.