Climate and Clean Energy News and Commentary
Lisa Adatto, Oregon director of Climate Solutions, says the state needs reliable, long-term incentives to encourage investments clean energy.
Climate Solutions has partnered with 40 NW organizations in signing a letter to NW Senators and a letter to House members asking them to oppose the proposed Exxon Tar Sands Machinery Shipment Corridor through the heart of the Pacific Northwest.
Chris Crowley, one of our Business Leaders for Climate Solutions, sees the benefits in a clean-energy future all around us.
Recent polling conducted in Southwest Washington indicates there is deep concern for the natural environment and strong support for policies and public officials who support conservation measures.
"By helping Oregon businesses access our shared-user network of university research expertise and lab equipment, firms can more quickly commercialize new products and services, which leads to new jobs and addresses some of the world’s energy and environmental challenges," said David Kenney, Oregon BEST director, in a news release.