Solar panels pictured here are part of the "Black Cap" project in Lake County that was sited on land not suitable for agricultural or other uses.

Solar panels pictured here are part of the "Black Cap" project in Lake County that was sited on land not suitable for agricultural or other uses.

Courtesy Lake County Resources Initiative

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Climate change activists have a lot to celebrate this week. The Keystone oil pipeline was cancelled. Closer to home, a bipartisan bill to move Oregon’s energy grid to 100% renewable energy is on a trajectory toward Gov. Kate Brown’s desk. We get more details from Rep. Khanh Pham, D-Portland, and Allie Rosenbluth, campaigns director for Rogue Climate, a climate action group based in Southern Oregon.

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