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February 11 -- As a school psychologist serving communities along Oregon's North Coast, my job requires quite a bit of travel around the region. The Sunset Highway takes me from my home in Aloha to work in towns like Jewell, Seaside, Warrenton and Astoria.

I'll be the first to admit that my carbon footprint is not the greatest, but I'm also not alone: nearly one-third of Oregon's greenhouse gas emissions come from transportation. That's why I started to breathe a little easier in 2009 with passage of the Clean Fuels Standard, knowing that Oregon had a plan in place to promote homegrown fuel alternatives. >>View Article

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