December 7, 2013– On Sunday night, December 1, we stopped the tar sands megaload from leaving the Port of Umatilla when two people locked down to the truck as fifty others rallied nearby. We are going to continue to take action over the coming weeks. If you are able...Read More
Saturday we drew the line. On July 27th, some 800 people came together from across the region including Vancouver (WA), the Tri-Cities, Astoria, Eugene, Bellingham, Vancouver (BC), Seattle, Portland and Hood River to demonstrate our unity in opposition to the oil, coal and gas...Read More
More than 163,000 public comments have flooded the environmental review of the Millennium coal export terminal proposed for Longview, Wash. That’s the number of letters, emails, and statements read aloud at public meetings as of Friday. It exceeds the 125,000 comments agencies...Read More
Rising Tide is an international, all-volunteer, grassroots network of groups and individuals who organize locally, promote community-based solutions to the climate crisis and take direct action to confront the root causes of climate change.
There are a wide variety of ways to connect with our work and become involved with the movement to address the climate crisis. The include workshops, volunteering, participating in actions and joining the collective.