Sustainable and Resilient Remediation
Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) GSR policy document to “…promote, support, and implement more sustainable practices that lessen the overall environmental impacts of investigation and remediation projects.” This policy statement is intended solely as guidance for employees of DEQ. It does not constitute rulemaking by the Environmental Quality Commission.
Executive order directs state agencies to take actions to reduce and regulate greenhouse gases.
Oregon executive order establishing the governor’s disaster management framework which enables the state to make key investments in response and recovery systems, execute emergency policeis and and ensure effective and efficient response and recovery programs during significant emergencies.
Governor’s Policy Office with resources for Energy and Climate Change in Oregon
Oregon Resilience plan to mitigate the threat of earthquakes and other seismic activity, especially along the cascadia subduction zone along Oregon’s coast.
Oregon’s Department of Land Conservation and Resilience Climate Change Resources website, includes reports, planning resources, and links to regional parterns and information.
Oregon’s Office of Emergency Management website, includes resources for planning and management for a range of threats.
S-3515, a bill introduced to Congress by Senator Jeff Merkley (D-Oregon) that provided mandatory funding to the Secretary of Agriculture to carry out hazardous fuels reduction projects on National Forest System land, and for other purposes.