From Policy to Action: A Conversation About Climate Change

Climate change is a complicated issue and it’s often hard to track what is going on at the policy level and how each of us can be part of the solution.

On March 8, 2023, we had some questions for leading NW climate advocates Gregg Small and Meredith Connolly from Climate Solutions. Watch the video replay and hear straightforward information on what you can do to reduce your climate impact.

Gregg Small
Executive Director

Gregg brings nearly 30 years of experience working on climate, environmental, and public policy issues, including 25 as an Executive Director. At Climate Solutions, Gregg oversees a staff of more than two dozen policy experts, campaigners, innovators, and researchers across Washington and Oregon, providing strategic direction for one of the most effective regional climate and clean economy organizations in the nation. Under his leadership, Climate Solutions and our many allies have successfully passed some of the best climate policies in the United States.

Meredith Connolly
Oregon Director

Meredith brings over a decade of climate policy experience to her work accelerating Oregon’s transition to a clean energy economy. She advocates for innovative and equitable policy solutions to reduce pollution and create clean energy jobs across the state. Currently, Meredith leads a team diligently working to electrify everything from cars, trucks, and buses to homes and buildings, and power it all with 100% clean electricity.

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Lake Oswego City Council Candidate Forum

The Lake Oswego Sustainability Network (LOSN), LO for LOve, and Respond to Racism in Lake Oswego held a virtual (Zoom webinar) candidate forum on October 17th. We wanted to give our community an opportunity to meet the Lake Oswego City Council candidates and to hear their thoughts on a variety of topics related to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), social justice, and sustainability.

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