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Jamie Francis, The OregonianKiger Mustangs in southeast Oregon A legislative committee moved forward a bill that would provide more protection to wild horses and burros that roam on public land. The animals, which used to be rounded up for sale...
Steven Nehl, The OregonianThe Klondike wind farm near Wasco. Oregon ranks sixth among states for the amount of installed wind power. And the state is now one of nine with over 1,000 megawatts of wind energy in place, according to...
Oregon has more green power communities than any other state. The state has 11 cities and towns that meet the federal government's criteria for renewable energy communities, nearly half of the 24 such communities in the nation. Corvallis tops the...
The first time you visit Portland, Oregon, the gaggles of cyclistsstreaming over the Hawthorne Bridge during rush hour is a sight youwill never forget. It's something other cities need to see and be
EV Charging Station Unveiled in Portland from Mayor Sam Adams on VimeoYesterda...
A proposed phaseout of field burning by Willamette Valley grass seed growers has advanced one step in the Legislature.
A bill that could revise Oregon's land-use system was unanimously approved by a legislative committee and now moves to the full House of Representatives for consideration. The bill, HB 2229, contains recommendations from the "Big Look" task force, which...
â€œâ€¦few opportunities blend economy and sustainability like the electric vehicle does.â€Â Editorâ€™s Note:Â This is Portland Mayor Sam Adamsâ€™ first post forÂ Gas 2.0. Itâ€™s a direct response to San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, who posted for us earlier today and said the race to electric vehicle infrastructure â€œsymbolizes what is best about our region and our country.â€ Mayor Adams wi...
photo: Gavin Newsom via flickr.San Francisco and Portland, Oregon are trying to one-up each other in the race to develop the first citywide, full-scale electric vehicle infrastructure. In a guest post for Gas 2.0 Mayor Gavin Newsom has turned up the collegial war of words, outlining what San Francisco has done since announcing it wanted to be the