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The City of Portland, Oregon

Planning and Sustainability

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Phone: 503-823-7700

Curbside Hotline: 503-823-7202

1900 SW 4th Ave, Suite 7100, Portland, OR 97201

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Climate Change Data from the U.S. EPA

  • What climate change effects are we already seeing? EPA's Climate Change Indicators report tracks our changing climate and highlights impacts to our health and environment.

  • 2015 greenhouse gas emissions data for large sources now available Explore EPA's map app to view facilities' emissions by state

  • How does climate change affect our health? See EPA's fact sheets about the health impacts of climate change at different stages of life, and for vulnerable populations.

  • How climate change threatens human health The Impacts of Climate Change on Human Health in the United States report finds that every American is vulnerable to the health impacts associated with climate change. Read the report.

NOTE: These pages contain historical material reflecting the EPA website as it existed on January 19, 2017. The EPA pages are not being updated and links to external websites and some internal pages may not work.

For decades, Portland has valued and prioritized local action on climate change.

“Climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our time, and the most pressing global issue we face. Any vision for the future of our city needs to acknowledge climate change. It isn’t just our planet that’s at stake, it’s our very existence.” – Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler

Partnership with the world’s greatest cities has become more important than ever to influence the global conversations on climate change. Through collaborations like the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, the Urban Sustainability Directors Network and the Carbon Neutral Cities Alliance, cities are sharing best practices, challenges and successes.

To support this important work, Portland is joining with the city of Chicago and 11 other cities across the U.S. in re-publishing the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s website on climate change.