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City of Portland climate data report updates carbon emissions data for Multnomah County. Published September 18, 2019.

The 2017 Electric Vehicle Strategy is an update to Portland's first electric vehicle strategy, Electric Vehicles: The Portland Way, which was developed in 2010.

Report contains updated local carbon emission numbers and a snapshot status of efforts made in the second year of implementing the Climate Action Plan.

The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability provided technical assistance and research to help VOZ Workers Rights and Education Project to explore how addressing working conditions and civil rights of day laborers aligns with environmental justice.

On behalf of the City and County, Mayor Ted Wheeler and Chair Deborah Kafoury commit to 100 percent renewable energy community-wide and other goals to meet aggressive carbon reduction target

A summary report of vulnerabilities, interdependencies and opportunities to build the resilience of Portland’s infrastructure systems. June 2018

Updated September 16, 2014

Overview of the annual carbon emissions data, highlights of major accomplishments and implementation details for each of the 170 climate actions of the City and County’s Climate Action Plan that was adopted in 2015.

A case study of how equity was integrated into all levels of Portland and Multnomah County’s 2015 Climate Action Plan.

Details, data and a comprehensive list of the actions the City and County intend to take over the next five years.

Overview of priorities and key actions detailed in the full 2015 Climate Action Plan.

Adopted by Portland's City Council and Multnomah County's Board of Commissioners in October of 2009

High level overview of Portland's more detailed Climate Action Plan.

Report contains updated local carbon emission numbers and a snapshot status of efforts made in the first year of implementing the Climate Action Plan.