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Steve Buckstein interviewed about his commentary, Oregon’s Budget Transformation

| June 1, 2012
We sat down with Senior Policy Analyst, Steve Buckstein, to talk about government trying to do efficiently that which it shouldn't be doing at all. ... read more

Rural Freedom Project- Juniper Entrepreneur

| May 15, 2012
Gerard Joseph Lebreque talks with Cascade Policy Institute about his struggles with regulations on juniper and his life in rural Oregon. SEE THE VIDEO. read more

Todd Wynn testifies before the Oregon Senate on the proposed plastic bag ban

| March 9, 2011
Todd Wynn presents the Oregon Senate with information from Cascade Policy Institute and the Beacon Hill Institute on the financial and job related impacts of ... read more

Todd Hosts Bill Post Part 2 (VIDEO)

| February 28, 2011
Click here for part 1 Todd Wynn fills in for Bill Post on Feb 7th, 2011. Guests from this second hour include: John Audley from ... read more

Todd Wynn on Bill Post Hour 1 (VIDEO)

| February 25, 2011
Click here for Part 2 Todd Wynn fills in for Bill Post on Feb 7th, 2011. Guests from this first hour include: Christina Martin – ... read more

Todd debates the bag ban on Populations TV

| February 18, 2011
Todd and Gus Gates of the Surfrider Foundation debate the plastic bag ban on Populations TV. A special thanks to Jim Winkle and Populations TV read more

Todd on Populations

| July 1, 2010
Todd Wynn on Population’s Check out Todd Wynn discussing the BP oil spill, energy policy, and climate change on Populations TV. Special thanks to Populations. ... read more

Todd on Sustainability Today TV

| June 16, 2010
Watch Todd Wynn discuss renewable energy, wind power, and other environmental topics on Sustainable Today TV. Special thanks to Sustainable Today for the video!   read more

Cascade Report: Think Twice Why Wind Power Mandates Are Wrong for the Northwest

| June 8, 2010
Cascade Report: Think Twice Why Wind Power Mandates Are Wrong for the Northwest by Todd Wynn and Eric Lowe New report by Todd Wynn and ... read more

NEW REPORT – Economic Freedom: A No Regrets Strategy for Reducing Global Energy Consumption

| April 14, 2010
Economic Freedom: A No Regrets Strategy for Reducing Global Energy Consumption A new report from Todd Wynn of Cascade Policy Institute Summary: This empirical study ... read more

Karma Neutral: We do good deeds, so you don’t have to!

| February 24, 2009
If they can do it with carbon, why can’t we do it with karma? read more

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The PUC Is Right: Some Conservation Projects No Longer Make Sense

The Energy Trust of Oregon (ETO) is a nonprofit organization funded by taxes imposed on utility ratepayers. Most of the ... read more

There’s a Sucker Born Every Minute

Last month, Oregon’s first commercial “wave energy” project near Reedsport was officially abandoned. The lead developer, New Jersey-based Ocean Power ... read more

Green Data Center Bill Is Just More “Greenwashing”

By William Newell In February, the Oregon Legislature passed House Bill 4126. This bill would allow utilities to purchase renewable ... read more

Energy-Efficiency Myths of Commuter Rail

Advocates of rail transit tend to argue that we need trains because they are more energy-efficient than buses or cars. ... read more

Portland’s Renewable Energy Pipe Dream

By William Newell Since 2001 the City of Portland has aimed to obtain all of its electricity from renewable sources. ... read more

Federal Relief Aid Is the New Entitlement

Recently, the governors of New York and New Jersey sent a joint letter to Congressional leaders expressing their outrage that ... read more

“Pacific Coast Collaborative” Sends Kitzhaber Back to the Future

Last week Governor John Kitzhaber joined with other political leaders in the Pacific Coast Collaborative to call for a carbon ... read more

Wind Energy Can’t Stand Alone

A new Cascade Policy Institute–Reason Foundation study finds that wind energy is not suited to be the lone or primary ... read more

Sustainability Center Finally Euthanized

Reckless spending is such a way of life in Oregon politics that it is truly noteworthy when a wasteful project ... read more

Power Buoys or Expensive Anchors?

Commercial wave power soon may be coming to the Oregon coast. Last month, a New Jersey-based company, Ocean Power Technologies ... read more