Climate change is upon us and the impacts are already being felt in Oregon, from catastrophic wildfires to reduced snowpack and longer droughts.
There is a path to a better future but we must take action now to enact policies that will combat climate change and ensure that our air is safe to breathe, our water is safe to drink and that our communities continue to thrive. House Bill 2020, Oregon's Climate Action Cap-and-Invest Policy, would reduce carbon emissions, create good-paying jobs and restore our forests, rivers and streams.
Oregon Climate Action Q&A: Cap-and-Invest
Oregon Legislators are currently considering passage of House Bill 2020 to create the Oregon Climate Action Program. How does the policy work?Read the Q&A
Now is the Time to Act
Lawmakers are considering House Bill 2020, a cap-and-invest policy, which would reduce carbon emissions, create good-paying jobs and help restore our forests, rivers and streams. Add your voice to the 7 out of 10 Oregonians who support Oregon Climate Action.
4 Ways Nature Tackles Climate Change
Restoring, protecting and harnessing the power of our forests, grasslands and wetlands can provide 1/3 of the reduction in greenhouse gases needed to keep climate change in check.Read More