Over the weekend, OEC’s Andrea Durbin took the stage with the Dalai Lama in Portland! Watch a rebroadcast of the Environmental Summit to hear more about climate change, local leadership and a host of other topics.
Children’s Product Makers Report Over 5000 Products Contain Toxic Chemicals Of Concern To Kids’ Health
Reports reveal 41 toxic chemicals in 5000 children's products on the shelves today.
A diverse coalition comes together in support of green chemistry innovation in Oregon.
What's it like to get breast cancer in your 20s? Allison Hopcroft, a member of OEC's Emerging Leaders Board, responds to this headline from a Chicago newspaper.
Taking a broad view of environmental health impacts is a goal OEC shares with Oregon's Health CO-OP, the author of this guest blog.
Sobering numbers about climate change that make one Oregonian conclude, "If we fail to do the math, Nature will do the wrath."
An OEC staffer gives pays-as-you-drive insurance a spin, and expects to save hundreds of dollars in costs over the next year.
Oregon is one of 26 states taking on toxic chemicals in consumer products in 2013.
The world isn’t ending, but it is changing! 2012 may be remembered for climate extremes. Let's make 2013 the year of climate action.
We're happy to report that pay-per-mile auto insurance is finally available in Portland, courtesy of MetroMile.
OEC joins other environmental, clean energy and public interest groups in support of Gov. Kitzhaber's Ten-Year Energy Plan.
The prospect of carbon pricing is taking on new life in the wake of recent public conversations and action in cities like Boulder, Colorado.
OEC and a diverse group of Oregonians have formed Clean Fuels Now to support strong implementation of the state's Clean Fuels Program.
The state's Environmental Quality Commission is one step in turning our good ideas into on-the-ground action.
A guest blog posts explores the importance of transparency in the building materials marketplace.
How triathlon training changed one OEC staffer's mind about the Willamette River.
Governor Kitzhaber recently joined leaders from California, Washington and British Columbia to show support for putting a price on carbon.
A new national poll of 511 small business owners shows strong support for stricter regulation of toxic chemicals. 91% of small businesses polled agree that the chemical industry should be responsible for safe chemicals in the marketplace, and 75% support stricter regulations of chemicals used in everyday products.
When OEC's food composting program was discontinued, an Old Town neighbor came to our rescue.
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