Tour de Fat is coming to Portland on August 18. New Belgium will be giving a custom bike to one chosen person for the title of their car. Information sent over from Bryan @ New Belgium Beer: We're looking for one dedicated person to hand over their car, title and keys to the Tour de […]
From OPB: Bend, Portland Named Best Places To Live By Ethan Lindsey BEND, OR 2007-07-10 Oregonians have complained for years about the influx of Californians moving to the Beaver state. Now, if Outside Magazine has any pull, the state could see even more immigrants from across the country. Outside named Bend and Portland the two […]
I-205 and bike culture don't mesh in most of our minds until now. I'm glad we live in a city that does these type of community and sustainable events. Make sure to register now if you want to participate. A Party on Pedals Win a free Trek Lime bike on July 13 Friday, July 13 […]
Good move SE Belmont!
SATURDAY, JULY 7 The PSU MIM Sustainability Group Presents A FREE SHOWING OF…. “Architecture to Zucchini: The People, Companies and Organizations Pioneering Sustainability” – Time: 6:30pm on Saturday, July 7 – Location: Fifth Avenue Cinema (510 SW Hall St.) – Program length: 60 minutes – Networking with sustainability students! This movie is an exploration of […]
From BizJournal by way of Fast Magazine: The list names 30 urban centers across the world that are shaping the future. Portland was named a green leader because, with 125 projects and counting, the city has the most structures certified by the U.S. Green Building Council, the magazine reports. Local companies credited for contributing to […]
Update: 2009 Portland Farmers Market: Video, Pictures &Ãƒâ€š Updates Yes- it's that time of year! Portland Farmers Market: Saturday at PSU – 8:30 am — 2:00 pm Wednesday Downtown – 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Thursday Eastbank – 3:30 pm – 7:30 pm click here for Directions click here to search for projected product avaliability by […]
American Lung Association: Air Pollution Facts & Air Quality Info -Cleanest U.S. Cities for Ozone Air Pollution: There are many NW areas on here including Bellingham, Eugene, Boise, and yes- Portland/Vancouver
OMSI Science Pub on Monday, April 30 – Mount St. Helens at BridgePort Brew Pub (Monday, April 30, 2007) – Upcoming: When: Monday, April 30Presentation begins at 7:00pm and will last around 1.5 to 2 hours. Come early if you want to order food and drinks! Where: bridgeport brewpub + bakery, 1313 NW Marshall, Portland, […]
Commissioner researching plastic bag ban – News: “Portland could be the second city in the country to put a ban on the use of plastic bags. Inspired by the bag ban that was passed in late March in San Francisco, the first city in the country to put an actual ban on plastic bags, Portland […]
Burgerville burger No. 1 – Portland Business Journal:: “The Food Network awarded its first ever Better Burger award to Burgerville, the Vancouver-based chain of restaurants. The Food Network, a lifestyle cable network, said it selected Burgerville for its sustainable business practices, including the use of local ingredients and its commitment to purchasing wind-driven electrical power.” […]
TriMet ups fares as part of 2008 budget – Portland Business Journal: “TriMet unveiled a $741 million budget for 2008 that will add a nickel to fares to offset inflation. The budget covers both operations and capital projects such as the I-205/Portland Mall MAX Light Rail extension.” A nickel is not so bad for a […]
“The Portland State University chapter of Net Impact is hosting a presentation by New York Times best-selling author, entrepreneur, and Net Impact founder Mark Albion. Tag line: “Come hear one of the most dedicated social entrepreneurs talk about environmentally and socially sustainable leadership in the business world.” For more on Sustainability– BioPipeline.info
Well, this is me recycling my many cans and bottles at the local SE Fred Meyer “Can Do” Machine and “One Stop” Machine. Many were not accepted due to the machines' problems, but I did get about $7.70 from what did go through. For more on Beer–BeerPipeline.com
WorldChanging: Tools, Models and Ideas for Building a Bright Green Future: Worldchanging Tour: “These events are going to be a blast. We hope you'll make them even better. You can help by spreading the word, telling friends and colleagues, and posting announcements on your websites and appropriate lists. Also, please help us identify groups in […]
So, I am writing about these subjects here at BioPipeline.info – Please take a look as Portland is on many of the forefronts of making this a better planet, and I am proud to say I live in a place like that – BioPipeline.info
Pictures from the Rose City Roller bouts on September 30th, 2006. Taken by Paul for the PDX PIPELINE Click to Enlarge
This is Ray Shock cheering for the Guns N Rollers. They did not win, but all of the people who participated in these events are winners (aren't we sweet?). Really, if you went to these games, it was amazing, and these women are putting incredible effort into it. If you haven't gone- why not? You […]
On our way to the coast, we filled up on 99.9% biodiesel in my friend's Volkswagon Jetta. I'm converted. I have an older Toyota Camry–which is a great car–but I have to buy g-a-s (if I write the word, they seem to thing that we want that advertising her, and it could not be further […]
We will be there…you should too… This picture was taken at Stark Naked Pizza on SE Stark, PDX, Portland, OR. We always have fun at these events, and this is the final of the season.
On my way out of the PDX to the coast, I stopped at the Plaid Pantry and saw this wonderful Pabst Blue Ribbon truck…now I show you…my fellow beer drinkers.
Oregon's University Of Portland Features Sustainability In “Eat Local Challenge” Dinner – (Medford Article): “Portland, Oregon – An 'Eat Local Challenge' event will be prepared by Bon Appetit and served on the University of Portland campus Tuesday, Oct. 3. The special meal, open to the public, will be served from 5-7 p.m. in The Commons […]
The Portland Mercury | Blogtown, PDX | PDC Weighs in on Biodiesel: “PDC Weighs in on Biodiesel Posted by Scott Moore at 11:37 AM The Portland Development Commission has just released its report on the availability of local crops that can be used for biodiesel production. This is important because, as I'm sure you well […]
Biodiesel mandate: a drop in the barrel (East County News) 8/1/06: “Portland adopts renewable fuel standards PDF Document, 24kb Category: Commissioner Randy Leonard”