Multnomah County is reducing its carbon footprint and utility costs, according to the 2018 Resource Conservation Report, and presentation by the Office of Sustainability on November 1.
The Board of Commissioners on Thursday committed to improving environmental health for historically marginalized residents.
Temperatures could reach 1.5 degrees above pre-industrial levels by 2040 if world leaders don’t take immediate and drastic action.
Public comment is needed to protect our air regarding the Environmental Protection Agency's proposed changes to national automobile fuel efficiency and emissions from coal-fired power plants.
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners and the Portland City Council passed parallel resolutions Thursday committing to establish a Clean Air Construction Procurement Standard.
Central Library in downtown Portland and Albina Library in Northeast Portland have each earned Sustainability at Work gold certification.
Gresham Tree Team is helping to make a healthier urban environment for residents of West Gresham
‘It will take all of us’: Commissioner Vega Pederson rallies local organizations, policy makers at Community Energy Justice Summit
Prioritize air monitoring, voluntary dirty-diesel swap-out program, report on air toxins finds
As part of an ongoing discussion series, “Pathways to 100% Renewable," Chair Deborah Kafoury hosted a forum focused on energy efficiency, “Ensuring Energy Efficiency Benefits the Entire Community."
Multnomah County Commissioners and Office of Sustainability teamed up to host fun and educational events around the County for April's Earth Month.
On January 29, 2018, Multnomah County, the City of Portland, and the three local utility companies hosted “Pathways to 100% Renewable: Decarbonizing the Transportation Sector."