• Cap-and-reduce: Will DEQ step up to the plate?

    by Zach Baker on September 25, 2020

    By no longer allowing industries to spew unlimited amounts of pollution into our air, DEQ's new cap-and-reduce policy can help transition Oregon to cleaner ways of powering our economy and communities.

  • What the hell just happened?

    by Stephanie Noren on September 18, 2020

    An unprecedented use of the word "unprecedented" in describing recent climate impacts. For many across the West Coast, the end of summer has been harrowing with hellish wildfires and living under unchanging grey and smoky skies, or watching the slow march of flood waters rise in the streets. We’re living through extraordinarily complex and challenging times, and continuous news coverage of multiple crises can feel extreme and extractive.

  • Support our fire-impacted neighbors in Southern Oregon

    by Jonathan Lee on September 14, 2020

    Thousands of people in the Rogue Valley have been displaced by wildfires and hundreds of homes, businesses, and community spaces have been destroyed, including the headquarters of our grassroots partner Rogue Climate.

  • It doesn't have to feel like Life on Mars

    by Gregg Small on September 10, 2020

    Our climate movement is more unified than ever, but we're reaching a critical point where we must change a lot of things all at once. Let's do this together.

  • 3 ways to cope with the smoke

    by Jonathan Lee on September 9, 2020

    If you live west of the Cascades in the Pacific Northwest, you likely woke up yesterday to an awful late-summer surprise (if you weren't under wildfire threat already): a blanket of unhealthy wildfire smoke.