El HIspanic News, October 20, 2018

“The measure would serve to guarantee a continuous space in Portland’s green future for all residents regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, and socio-economic status. At a time in history when Portland’s local values are clashing with those of the national political climate, we must stand up and assert our right to demand a fair and long-lasting future for the health of our city.”

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Gavin Mahaley
Fast Company, October 18, 2018

“[The Initiative] creates visibility for communities and people that have faced a history of disenfranchisement, and puts them first in the conversation around how to create equity while transitioning to a green economy.”

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Gavin Mahaley
Portland Tribune, October 11, 2018

“This November, take a moment to envision a robust network of community-based clean energy projects throughout our city. This necessary source of funding will alleviate the strain of our housing crisis through reduced energy costs and through more living-wage jobs.”

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Gavin Mahaley
Portland Tribune, October 9, 2018

“While the federal government reverses past gains in the fight against climate change, Portland voters have a chance to lead the way by creating the Portland Clean Energy Fund, showing what can be done at a local level. ...One can't understate the significance of the green/brown/black alliance that put this measure on the ballot.”

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Gavin Mahaley
Portland Business Journal, October 3, 2018

“While job growth and incomes in Portland are on the rise, this growth has not been shared equally throughout our city — our African-American, Latino, and Native American households have lower median incomes than white households, and will find new, accessible job and job training opportunities because of the Portland Clean Energy Initiative.”

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Gavin Mahaley