Take Action

100% Electric! BYD Bus

Decision coming soon! Tell TriMet you want clean electric buses

TriMet is at a critical decision point on the path to zero emission electric buses, and wants to hear from you.

This Saturday: Rise for Climate!

This Saturday, September 8, is a day for us to bring our collective power to the forefront.

The Northwest won't give in to federal inaction on climate

In Oregon and Washington, we still have a clean power plan.

Tell Puget Sound Energy: let's keep it clean--support I-1631

We don't have a minute to lose in taking action on climate in Washington—and we need our energy utilities to stand with us for clean air and a stable climate.

TriMet buses in the sun

Tell TriMet: Time to expand and electrify transit

If you live in the greater Portland area, your voice is needed to tell TriMet that you support frequent, affordable, zero emission transit service, prioritizing the communities that need it most. 

Make a call today for fossil-free energy!

Clean energy is ready to move forward in the Washington State Legislature—let's help make sure it does!

Rally at Oregon Capitol

One step closer to limiting climate pollution in Oregon

On Oregon's birthday, State House and Senate Committees both advance the Clean Energy Jobs bill. 

Let's get real: the state of the union is up to us.

Progress, fortunately, isn’t just about the performance of the federal government. In Washington, our legislature has big opportunities for climate leadership right now.

People power. For the win.

Governor Inslee's decision today to shut down plans for a massive new oil terminal is a massive win for the people of the Northwest standing up against the fossil fuel industry.

Oregon Capitol

Time to make climate history in Oregon

With the Clean Energy Jobs bill, we have a huge opportunity for Oregon to take a bold step in the fight against climate change. 

People power. For the win.

Governor Inslee's decision today to shut down plans for a massive new oil terminal is a massive win for the people of the Northwest standing up against the fossil fuel industry.

Read More