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November 9, 2011, Ed Sullivan, Bill Kabeiseman, Carrie Richter and Jennifer Bragar presented materials to the Euclid Society about climate change policy and efforts to reduce green house gas emissions throughout Oregon.  The following is a list of resources if you are interested in digging deeper into this topic area.  We will post Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition’s White Paper, “Adapting to Climate Change on the Oregon Coast” as soon as it is published.

The City of Portland Bureaus of Development Services and Sustainable Development proposed a series of incentives for the development of green energy technologies or “green bundle” within the City back in July of 2009.  This “green bundle” was part of a number of other technical amendments to the City Zoning Code known as RICAP 5.  The green amendments included exempting eco-roofs from design review, setting standards for the location of water cisterns and wind turbines and exempting roof-mounted solar panels from design review in non-historic areas. 

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