Leslie Carlson

Leslie Carlson is an Oregon native who fled the state in 1989 because it seemed "too small; a state where everyone seemed to know one another or were related by birth or marriage." She came back for precisely the same reason: she valued the deep personal connections that one could forge in Oregon with neighbors, colleagues, politicians and other citizens. "It sounds trite, but I believe that Oregon is a place where ordinary citizens can and do make a difference."


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Oct. 26, 2006Greenspaces: We Need 'Em
Oct. 05, 2006Kids and the City
Sep. 20, 2006Could global warming cost Saxton the election?
Aug. 08, 2006I Gave Up My Car For A Month...
Jul. 19, 2006The UK mulls a carbon tax
Jul. 07, 2006Biking for Girly Girls
May. 03, 2006The carbon neutral life
Dec. 20, 2005Of sidewalks and dieting
Sep. 30, 2005Healthy kids, healthy planet
Sep. 12, 2005I'm A Brand New School Parent
Aug. 16, 2005The Grocery Gauntlet
Jul. 03, 2005Portland and global warming part II
May. 25, 2005Kyoto, here we come
Apr. 17, 2005Don't Oregonize California
Mar. 06, 2005Califoregon, or: How I learned to stop worrying and love climate change
Mar. 03, 2005Joined at the Hip
Feb. 10, 2005What a quaint notion
Jan. 31, 2005The greenest little city in the world
Nov. 16, 2004Acting Locally to Stop Global Warming
Nov. 05, 2004The Elephant in the Room
Oct. 30, 2004Gay Marriage Causes Toenail Fungus, Too
Oct. 20, 2004Feelin' blue about the flu
Oct. 16, 2004Free the T-shirts!
Oct. 14, 2004Vote early, vote often
Oct. 13, 2004Voices inside his head
Sep. 16, 2004A Rat Leaving a Sinking Ship
Jul. 23, 2004Talk is Cheap
Jul. 20, 2004The Nanny Diaries, Portland-style

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