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Bagdad Theater, Portland

Candidates Gone Green | Bagdad Theater | October 1

Candidates Gone Green is happening on October 1st at the Bagdad Theater. Ã‚  Come learn about sustainability and energy from local political candidates. A Forum on the Future of Energy and Sustainability in Portland Featuring Randy Leonard, Charles Lewis, Amanda Fritz and others McMenamins Bagdad Theater Doors 6 p.m.; forum 7 p.m. 'til 8:30 p.m. | […]

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April 13: Ken Kesey and Other Great Notions: Book Discussion

Join David Sumner, director of Linfield College's Writing program and Wendy Willis, Social Sustainability program manager as Oregon Solutions, for a discussion of Kesey's Sometimes a Great Notion. Interested readers are encouraged to pick up a copy of the book at the Popular Library information desk on the first floor in the Central Library. Sunday, […]

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Sustainable Beer

Sustainable Brewing | Portland Beer Blog | by Abraham Goldman-Amstrong

Beer =Yum | Sustainable Beer = I'll have another | From the Portland Beer Blog: SUSTAINABILITY IN THE BREWING INDUSTRY By Abram Goldman-Armstrong Honorary Beer Scribe for Guest on Tap Beers once were marketed on flavor alone with straightforward ad slogans such as "finest malted barley." Now brewers across the country are touting sustainability as […]

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Useful Links From Portland's Office of Sustainable Development

Portland's Office of Sustainable Development calls these “useful links”. I agree and therefore have copied and pasted them over here. More Portland sustainability (60) posts from PDX PIPELINE Useful Links – Printable Version CARBON REDUCTION Architecture 2030 National program rapidly transforming the US and global Building Sector from the major contributor of greenhouse gas emissions […]

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Reminder: "City of Portland Mayor Tom Potter and Commissioner Dan Saltzman join more than 50 area sustainable industry leaders in a send-off of the PDX Lounge Sustainable City installation. "

from earlier post: Oct 30: "City of Portland Mayor Tom Potter and Commissioner Dan Saltzman join more than 50 area sustainable industry leaders in a send-off of the PDX Lounge Sustainable City installation. " October 26th, 2007 — Julian Chadwick | PDX Lounge – Portable ‘Sustainable City' Trucks to Chicago WHAT: City of Portland Mayor Tom […]

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Oct 30: "City of Portland Mayor Tom Potter and Commissioner Dan Saltzman join more than 50 area sustainable industry leaders in a send-off of the PDX Lounge Sustainable City installation. "

This is what is great about sustainability, the internet, and the future of business as we will make it. It is not about the red ocean (the ocean is blue), it is not about fighting; it is about community and coming together to make things happen for us, and those that follow us. I'm thrilled […]

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Portland Fashion Week October 19 - 24

Oct 19-24: Portland Fashion Week is Coming Shortly — "Green Fashion"

From Eco-Chic over at our new LiveJournal Community (Portland Stuff): It's that time! Announcing the special collaboration between myself and online green fashion source Greenloop for the upcoming Portland Fashion Week (which I first mentioned last week in my exclusive interview with PFW's Executive Director). Take a gander at our press release and find out […]

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Sept 24: Commissioner Sam Adams is holding open houses around Portland to ask residents what their traffic priorities are.

Sept 24: Commissioner Sam Adams is holding open houses around Portland to ask residents what their traffic priorities are.

Sent over from Michelle at BTA: BTA Friends, You have an opportunity to speak up for bike safety in your neighborhood on Monday. Commissioner Sam Adams is holding open houses around Portland to ask residents what their traffic priorities are. If you care about the ease, safety and enjoyment of bike riding, please go and […]

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Gotham PDX

Sept 15: Race Against Pollution for a Clean Willamette

Message sent over from Emily Bartha, Conservation Organizer for the Sierra Club Clean Willamette Campaign: Race Against Pollution for a Clean Willamette Come out to Sellwood Riverfront Park this Saturday from 2-5pm to join the festivities as we rally for a clean Willamette River. Free kayak/canoe "fun race" (i.e. ½ mile on flat water) with […]

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KPOJ Radio Hybrid-1

HUMMERGATE III: Putting the *FU* back in KUFO 101?

Contact CBS RADIO: MEDIA CONTACTS Karen L. Mateo Vice President, Communications ( 212) 846 7638 karen.mateo@cbsradio.com Dana McClintock Senior Vice President, CBS Communications Group (212) 975 1077 dlmcclintock@cbs.com This is KJOJ's Hybrid on display at Friday's 5th Ave Street Fair (aka The Next Big Thing). I encourage you to call or write/email them to thank […]

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JOBS: Do You Like The Environment and Want To Get Paid?

If you like the environment and want a J-O-B so you can get P-A-I-D; here are three possibilities. I do not believe you will be allowed to drive your hummer to the workplace(s). Environmental Building Supplies seeks Professional Sales/Project Manager Community Energy Project seeks Weatherization Workshop Coordinator (pdf) Trimet is hiring a Sustainability Intern(pdf)

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We're All Going To Die (from the heat)

I just saw this over at OPB (is it the hummer?): Megan Ahearn is with Environment Oregon. She says temperatures were actually up over a seven-year period at nearly every Oregon weather station, including Portland. Megan Ahearn: “Between 2000 and 2006, Portland experienced an average temperature of one-point four degrees above normal.”…READ MORE More Portland […]

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Biodiesel in da Hood II

Biodiesel in da Hood II

As I mentioned yesterday (Biodiesel in da hood), more and more Portland people and businesses are using biodiesel–maybe these people will do it. Hey, Willie even came to help us out! So, from Biofuels4Business.com, comes the following information: How is biodiesel a better choice for business? Better for customers. Customers appreciate leaders in business that […]

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Biking the tour route

Portland's Green Machine Marches On – Green Homes!

More Reasons to Love PDX–cool sustainable buildings. More Sustainable Portland Info Saturday, September 15, 2007 Tour: 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Information fair: 4:30pm – 7pm (hosted by Environmental Building Supplies ) Adults: $15 Carfree/Student/Senior: $10 Children under age 14: FREE This self-guided tour welcomes visitors into twenty new and remodeled homes throughout the Portland […]

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BOOM! Portland "Green Machine" Rolls On

There are some Green Events coming up the next two weeks here in PDX and Marjorie Skinner at the Mercury has got the low-down… First up, on Saturday, July 28 11 am-6 pm, Mario's 3.10 at Bridgeport Village is having "Organic Day," with the store's local/sustainable designers Anna Cohen and Ryan Christensen of Sameunderneath. They'll […]

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Portland is the Greenest City in the World!

Ok…we're actually second according to Grist (probably lost a spot due to this hummer). Here is the blurb on PDX and the complete list. I got my eye on you #1 Reykjavik, Iceland–the end is near. More information on Sustainability in Portland. Photo: StuSeeger via Flickr Portland, Oregon, U.S. The City of Roses' approach to […]

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July 7- PDX-based Sustainability Film--"Architecture to Zuchini" at 5th Ave. Cinema - free

July 7- PDX-based Sustainability Film–"Architecture to Zuchini" at 5th Ave. Cinema – free

SATURDAY, JULY 7 The PSU MIM Sustainability Group Presents A FREE SHOWING OF…. “Architecture to Zucchini: The People, Companies and Organizations Pioneering Sustainability” – Time: 6:30pm on Saturday, July 7 – Location: Fifth Avenue Cinema (510 SW Hall St.) – Program length: 60 minutes – Networking with sustainability students! This movie is an exploration of […]

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Portland State- Sustainability Speaker– Thursday, 09 Nov, from 4:45 to 6:00pm, in SBA 190.

“The Portland State University chapter of Net Impact is hosting a presentation by New York Times best-selling author, entrepreneur, and Net Impact founder Mark Albion. Tag line: “Come hear one of the most dedicated social entrepreneurs talk about environmentally and socially sustainable leadership in the business world.” For more on Sustainability– BioPipeline.info

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WorldChanging: Tools, Models and Ideas for Building a Bright Green Future: Worldchanging Tour

WorldChanging: Tools, Models and Ideas for Building a Bright Green Future: Worldchanging Tour: “These events are going to be a blast. We hope you'll make them even better. You can help by spreading the word, telling friends and colleagues, and posting announcements on your websites and appropriate lists. Also, please help us identify groups in […]

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