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On April 10, 2017, City of Portland and Multnomah County leaders vowed to transition to 100 percent clean energy by 2050. The goal is to meet the community's electricity needs from renewable sources by 2035 and shift all remaining energy sources to renewables in the 15 years after.
The joint City of Portland and Multnomah County 2015 Climate Action Plan builds on Portland’s 20+ year legacy of climate action. The Climate Action Plan provides a roadmap for the community to achieve an 80 percent reduction in carbon emissions by 2050, with an interim goal of a 40 percent reduction by 2030.
The Climate Change Preparation Strategy identifies actions the City and County are taking to prepare for the coming impacts of a changing climate.
A municipal grant program for clean energy projects and job training that was passed by Portland voters in November 2018.
Local sustainability roadmap to cut carbon emissions 80 percent by 2050
The goal is to meet the community's electricity needs from renewable sources by 2035 and shift all remaining energy sources to renewables in the 15 years after
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
Although climate change data isn't currently available on the U.S. EPA's website, Portland prioritizes local action on climate change, including making the EPA's information available to the public
The US Environmental Protection Agency’s Climate Change website, hosted by the City of Chicago
New strategy that meets objective of 2009 Climate Action Plan
It's up to us to act on climate. We CAN.
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.