Category: News

Public Hearing On Tesoro-Savage Oil Terminal

Here is another chance to say no to 360,000 barrels of oil rolling down through the Columbia Gorge in 4 unit trains per day. It seems crazy anymore to have to  explain why this is a bad idea.   ========================

Road through Paris – Portland March for Climate Justice

December 12th, the day after the UN Paris Climate Talks end, people all across the world are taking to the streets to make sure the people, not the politicians, have the last word. Regardless of what gets decided in Paris,

#StopTPP PDX – Road Through Paris Action

This December, leaders from around the world are decending on Paris to forge new climate agreements that will inevitably be written and supported by the fossil fuel industry. We need system change, not climate change! The Trans-Pacific Partnership is the

2nd Annual International Human Rights Day Solidarity Night

2nd Annual International Human Rights Day Solidarity Night: Rising Up for Self-Determination & Liberation When: Thursday, Dec 10 at 7 PM – 9 PM Where:  Filipino-American Center, 8917 SE Stark St, Portland, OR 97216   International Human Rights Day is

What LNG Means for Oregon: A Visual Representation – Dec 11th

While our policy makers engage in CLIMATE TALKS in Paris, Oregonians will engage in CLIMATE ACTION in Portland. Oregon is threatened by two massive Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) export projects that would radically increase the amount of fossil fuel that

Protect Oregon from LNG! Rally Dec 8th in Salem

The Oregon Department of State Lands (DSL) is currently reviewing multiple applications for the Jordan Cove LNG terminal and Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline.  The applications include requests for easements to build the Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline through Coos Bay.  Because

Portland City Council Passes Fossil Fuel Resolution!

  Portland Passes the Nation’s Strongest Binding Fossil Fuel Policy and Resolution Against Oil Trains!  On Nov. 12, 2015, the City of Portland took the national lead on climate policy by passing a strong resolution to oppose the expansion of

Imperialism, Climate Crisis, and Struggle – An evening with Harsha Walia & Luz Rivera – Nov. 14

Sunday, November 8th, 5 to 7 pm Eliot Chapel – First Unitarian Church 1011 SW 12th Avenue “Climate change is the vicious end result of an international class war that started with slavery and imperialism and is now manifest as


Please give Governor Kate Brown a call and let her know you oppose natural gas exports! Her phone number is 503-378-4582. Portland, OR – Governor Kate Brown made a public declaration of opposition to the transportation of natural gas for

Jordan Cove Resistance Heating Up

Emmalynn Garrett — October 2, 2015 —  Hey Portland! On Wednesday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued its Final Environmental Impact Statement on the Pacific Connector Pipeline and Jordan Cove energy project ignoring requests of elected officials and community