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The Board of Commissioners adopted a policy barring the county from having a financial stake in any of the 200 publicly-traded companies with the largest coal, oil and gas reserves in the world.
The Board of County Commissioners voted to phase out gas-powered leaf blowers, setting a timeline for the County’s shift from the devices.
A report published by Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington County details the climate change threat to health of Metro region’s 1.8 million people.
With an excessive heat warning forecast for August, 11th - August, 14th, Chair Kafoury calls on electric utilities to stop disconnections and reconnect disconnected customers to protect peoples lives.
Frontline environmental justice organizations scored a historic climate victories during 2021 legislative session, setting Oregon on the path to rapid electricity sector decarbonization by 2040.
The Multnomah County Board of County Commissioners approved a resolution that will prohibit the use of fossil fuels in new and remodeled Multnomah County buildings.
Today marks the beginning of Air Quality Awareness Week, a time when federal health agencies join with state, local and tribal partners to promote air quality awareness and health.
Commissioner Susheela Jayapal announces the Multnomah County winner of the Sustainability Award, the Healthy Homes and Communities Team.
Youth-driven County Tree Team helps build a healthier environment in the historically underserved West Gresham neighborhood
Chair Kafoury, alongside County officials and partners, push to continue disconnections moratorium, look for ways to make energy access more affordable
Always check the Department of Environmental Quality's air quality map before opting for an activity that may contribute to air pollution.