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You’re invited! Join BPS at the fourth “Climate Conversations with BPS”

Join BPS staff, including PCEF team members, as they share how investments in community-led projects reduce carbon emissions, create economic opportunity and help make our city more resilient as we face a changing climate.

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Portland Water Bureau Climate Expert to Join Upcoming White House Climate Resilience Summit

Today, Thursday, Sept. 28, 2023, the Portland Water Bureau’s lead climate expert Kavita Heyn will be participating in the first-ever White House Summit on Building Climate Resilient Communities.

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One-year progress report for Climate Emergency Workplan published

BPS announced publication of a progress report highlighting the progress made in the first year of the Climate Emergency Workplan. The CEW outlines 47 priority actions that multiple City bureaus identified as necessary to complete in three years in order to meet 2030 and 2050 Climate goals.

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Sonrisa Cooper stands up new clean industry initiative

A recent addition to BPS’s Climate Team, Cooper envisions the industrial sector leading the clean economy.

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Portland climate leaders explore clean industry innovations with the Danes

Through a knowledge exchange, Portland and Danish business and climate leaders are advancing climate solutions both here and abroad. Photo credit: Atticus Wittenmeier, We All Rise Consulting

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Commissioner Carmen Rubio passes new Renewable Fuel Standard

New standard represents the most aggressive carbon reduction policy in recent years.

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Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability gets City Council approval on two critical climate-related initiatives

Commissioners unanimously adopt the Climate Emergency Workplan and the Fossil Fuel Terminal Zoning Amendments; pave the way for new renewable fuel standards.

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Portland City Council shares praise, gratitude for Bureau of Planning and Sustainability’s Climate Emergency Workplan

The public may submit written testimony until the start of the agenda item at Council on Wednesday, August 24.

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