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Our Historic Win for Building Resilience in Oregon

October 10, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The Climate Resilience Package: A Look at Our Historic Wins for Decarbonizing Buildings in Oregon

Join us for an exciting in-person event as part of Sustainable Building Week at the PAE Building “Deckany”! Discover the remarkable achievements we’ve made in decarbonizing buildings in Oregon. Dive deep into the climate resilience package and explore the historic wins we’ve accomplished. Be inspired by the progress we’ve made towards a greener future. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals and learn about the groundbreaking efforts that are shaping our state. Together, we can make a difference!

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Greer Ryan, Clean Buildings Policy Manager, Climate Solutions

Greer is the Clean Buildings Policy Manager for Climate Solutions, a regional nonprofit dedicated to accelerating clean energy solutions to the climate crisis. In this role, she works to advance state policies and regulations to reduce climate pollution in our buildings while making them safe, healthier, and more affordable for all Oregonians. Greer has over a decade of experience working on climate issues, including as a Senior Energy Policy Analyst for the national nonprofit the Center for Biological Diversity, where she co-launched the Energy Justice Program and national “No Shutoffs” Coalition. Greer holds and M.S. in Environmental Science from Indiana University and a B.S. in Molecular Environmental Biology from UC Berkeley. In her free time, she likes going to dog parks with her dog Penguin and trying desperately to make the perfect loaf of sourdough.

Brad Reed, Campaign Director, Building Resilience

Brad Reed is the Campaign Director for Building Resilience, a statewide coalition promoting access for all Oregonians to healthy, affordable, resilient homes and buildings that run on clean electricity. He previously worked at Renew Oregon to support multiple, ground-breaking clean energy policies such as the Oregon Climate Action Plan, Oregon’s Clean Electricity and Coal Transition Act, and Clean Fuels Standard. Prior to his career as a campaign and communication strategist, Brad was an Emmy Award-winning television news producer. He worked in Portland, OR; Charleston, SC; and Boston, MA; over a 10 year career in news.


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October 10, 2023 1:00pm October 10, 2023 3:00pm

151 SW 1st Ave
Portland, 97204 United States

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