A Reason to Dance: Portland Adopts A Peak Oil Strategy!

March 7, 2007 at 2:45 pm 3 comments

Aw yeah

I love the city of Portland, Oregon. Today, the City Council adopted a resolution to cut our oil use by 50%, among other great steps towards powering down our energy use.

Expect a lot more attention to be paid to carpooling, purchase efficiencies, relocalizing, and general lifestyle changes for the new world outlook. It is a great day for Portland and other municipalities throughout the USA.

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Entry filed under: Around Portland, Carpooling, Happy News.

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  • 1. peakoilboy  |  March 7, 2007 at 2:54 pm

    I’m so fucking happy I’m leaving a comment for myself about it.

    Randy 1: Are you happy?
    Randy 2: You bet your ASS I am!
    Randy 1: This is a lot of hard work paying off, eh?
    Randy 2: Yes, but it’s just the beginning!
    Randy 1: Do you plan on having many more conversations with yourself?
    Randy 3: Of course he does!
    Randy 1: How did you get out?
    Randy 2: I thought we had killed that one off.
    Randy 3: You will never be rid of me. Never.

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  • 3. Jeremy  |  March 16, 2007 at 8:17 pm

    Yeah, but the sound of thinking “now what” is echoing in my head.

    Reply

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