Here’s an article with some history of the League of Women Voters, which will be 99 years old on February 14, 2019. The article also looks to our future as a nonpartisan organization that fosters civic engagement and stands for effective efficient government and equal rights for all. It was published on the “Who.What.Why Blog.” https://whowhatwhy.org/2019/01/07/league-of-women-voters-gets-trump-bump/ Below are some photos and a quote from the article.
This short video on Reducing Our Carbon Footprint is one of a series of videos that are excerpts from longer recordings of forums. We take the most interesting statements from the panel discussions.
What you can learn about reducing your carbon footprint
Find out what you, your city and your business can do to protect our planet. How can we cut carbon emissions and limit the harm to our environment, climate and health? Three speakers talk about what the City of Portland, Oregon businesses and individuals are doing now. Then they discuss their visions for the future. There are many exciting ideas about how our lives will change in the next few decades, if we want to reduce the harm caused by carbon emissions.
Watch the best 20 minutes of this discussion by clicking the arrow below.