OSPIRGOregon Student Public Interest Research Group
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The good news is that the Clean Cars program will cut global warming pollution, help clean the air in the Rogue Valley and cut our dependence on oil," said OSPIRG clean energy advocate and analysis author Jeremiah Baumann.
At the University of Oregon, OSPIRG received nearly $400,000 in a three-year period.
The OSPIRG packaging initiative in Oregon, which was defeated last November, would have eliminated more than half the items carried in supermarkets there, he says.
Our report shows that advanced clean car technologies are ready to roll," said OSPIRG energy associate Isaac Silverman.
said Jesse O'Brien, health care advocate at the Oregon-based OSPIRG nonprofit consumer group.
Still, the university is taking a risk providing health insurance to students, said Jesse O'Brien, health care advocate at the Oregon consumer group OSPIRG.
Wednesday in Room 115 at Lawrence Hall, University of Oregon campus; Environment Oregon will sponsor community meeting to discuss solar issues in Oregon; speakers to include Eugene Mayor Kitty Piercy, Justin Daily of Advanced Energy Systems, Casey Scofield of OSPIRG Students and Charlie Fisher of Environment Oregon.
Paul Dart and Lane County Commissioner Pete Sorenson on health effects of radio-frequency radiation and local cell tower regulations; sponsored by the Lane Student Chapter of OSPIRG and the Lane Peace Center.
1 most-visited section" of OSPIRG's website, said OSPIRG executive director David Rosenfeld.
Hunger Banquet - Zack Wright of the OSPIRG chapter at Lane Community College will host an educational fundraiser Thursday to raise awareness about how people's beliefs and local policies contribute to the hunger problem; 6 p.
Peter DeFazio will join OSPIRG student leaders from the University of Oregon, Lane Community College and Southern Oregon University at a rally at noon Friday at the Erb Memorial Union, 1228 University St.
A few weeks ago I got involved with OSPIRG, the public interest group at the University of Oregon.