How Eugene can reduce its (our) carbon emissions

The City of Eugenes latest effort to Engage me — this time a survey about its Climate Action Plan, years in the making but achieving only 40% of its essential goal — asks, <As the City Council reviews these additional policy options to mitigate carbon, is there any specific feedback you would like to provide?> […]

Quads: affordable living, open to all Eugeneans

13th&Olive is an orange-and-pink intrusion at the southern edge of downtown that most Eugeneans love to hate. Its three massive (for Eugene), garishly colored buildings loom over the street, with no setbacks or (on Willamette Street, its most prominent face) street trees to soften the blow. Nor does it have any street-level retail to invite […]