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Save the Date: The 2012 Portland Mayoral Environmental Debate
February 22, 2012
In 2010, Environment Oregon, the Oregon Environmental Council, the Oregon League of Conservation Voters, and the Oregon Chapter of the Sierra Club co-hosted a gubernatorial debate with then candidates Allen Alley, Bill Bradbury, and John Kitzhaber. The event was a success with almost 1000 folks turning out and hundreds more watching the debate online (streamed live on OEC's website.)
This year, we are excited to partner with the Oregon Environmental Council and the Oregon Chapter of the Sierra Club to co-host a mayoral debate on Portland's top environmental priorities.
Candidates will be asked to explain their visions and plans on issues that range from climate change and clean energy, toxics and public health, to open space and access to wildlife, environmental equity, and air and water quality.
Mayoral Environmental Debate
6:30pm to 8:00pm, Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Doors open at 5:30pm. The debate begins at 6:30pm sharp.
Benson High School
546 Northeast 12th Avenue Portland
We strongly encourage you to walk, bike, or take public transit.
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TICKETS: Admission is free of charge but reservations must be made in advance here:www.oregon.sierraclub.org/debate
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Protection of remaining intact wilderness for its intrinsic value to all living inhabitants is as noble and worthy a goal as any development could possibly be. That's why we support organizations such as OLCV and our political representatives who work hard to protect Oregon's natural legacy.
Bob Del Gizzi and Michele Dickson (pictured above with canine companion Zeus)