By featuring these videos, we aim to tell the story of how cumulative efforts from Multnomah County staff, community partners, and members of the community add up to a healthier, sustainable, and more equitable Multnomah County.
Sustainable Multnomah County Videos
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To identify heat islands and locations in our region likely to experience the harmful health effects of rising temperatures, Multnomah County, Clackamas County, Washington County, and community partne
Multnomah County's Climate Accountability Litigation
Multnomah County sues oil companies over 2021 Heat Dome disaster press conference
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."
An introduction to the SummerWorks Gresham Tree Team and highlights of their efforts to increase tree canopy in Gresham.
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."
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.
Gresham Tree Team is helping to make a healthier urban environment for residents of West Gresham
On October 23, 2017, Multnomah County, the City of Portland, and the three local utility companies hosted “Pathways to 100% Renewable: Ensuring an Equitable Transition to a New Energy Economy."
See a time-lapse video of the 2017 Stark Street Culvert Replacement. The project replaced an undersized fish ladder with a culvert that restored the natural streambed and allows for fish passage.
Watch a short video summarizing how to significantly reduce carbon emissions from the economy, and help Multnomah County transition to 100% renewable energy use community-wide.
We asked members of the community: "Why is clean air important to you?" Here is what they had to say.
In the spirit of our shared values, the Office of Sustainability, Office of Diversity & Equity, and the Employee Wellness Program joined forces to compile our first-ever gift ideas list.
Free Geek will receive up to 1,500 computers a year from Multnomah County. They will then be refurbished and given out to communities, organizations, or individuals in need.
Chair Deborah Kafoury and a few enthusiastic County employees share some of the reasons why they enjoy biking: Health, Environment, and Community.
Disconnecting from our screens and becoming more active helps us take better care of ourselves and each other.