Says Colin Price: Last week I went to prison. Fortunately, I was at the Oregon State Penitentiary in Salem by choice.
If you already use green cleaners, what more can you do for healthy spring cleaning? See a few unusual tips.
70% of Oregonians get their drinking water from groundwater. Find out what it is, why it matters, and how you can protect it.
Another legislative season come and gone: how did the environment do? OEC's legislative director offers a summary.
Three cheers for rain and snow relieving a dry winter! Dry times are a part of our climate future; see tips for living green in dry times.
Graeme Byrd recalls his two terms on OEC's Emerging Leaders Board.
How do you choose what's best for you and for Oregon? From fuel to homes to toys, OEC works to make good choices possible.
What's the latest on biking in PDX?
This conference will host leading scientists, researchers, and health professionals to continue our robust dialogue on the interrelationship between the environment and health and healthcare practices.
On one side: toy and chemical industries. On the other: Oregon's doctors, scientists, and parents. See what they said about a bill to address toxics in children's products in 2014.
Once made eligible for funding, requests came in from across the state to build bicycle and pedestrian trails.
West Coast ocean waters are more acidic than other places; so when acid levels increase, our oysters feel it first.
OEC’s executive director Andrea Durbin on Comcast Newsmakers explaining why every major river in Oregon is polluted and doesn’t meet the standards set in the Clean Water Act.
Happy New Year! With 2014 upon us, we’re taking a look at what’s old and on its way out and what’s new in healthier and more efficient living.
Do buildings affect our rate of asthma? A new report dives into the details.
How on-bill financing can make energy-efficient home upgrades easy.
Oregon DEQ considers streamlining Clean Fuels Program for small businesses.
Turn the power of habits into a force for good by giving them a healthy spin.
While toxics are in everyday products, you can take steps to avoid some of the worst.
AutoMedic, the only mechanic in Portland that will come to you, also sends every drop of used oil to be re-refined and then used again.