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Climate Strike: we were all kids once—let’s show up for them

We CAN act together to slow climate change and mitigate the harms we and others will face...we MUST take the reins of responsibility and do everything we can to leave behind our reliance on fossil fuels...and, by taking action together, we WILL accelerate our transition to an equitable clean energy future.

The next generation of climate activists is rising in Oregon

Next-generation science curriculum standards are just one reason why Oregon young people are ready for—in fact are demanding—climate leadership. They're stepping up, and won't be stepping back. 

Thursday: join the Youth Climate Day in Olympia!

Today’s teenagers have no other future than one shaped by climate change. That’s why young people may be the most keenly motivated to demand bold climate action now. Let’s fight together for climate justice. Join our Day of Action in Olympia, on April 11.

We're the ones writing this story

Given the choice between optimism and pessimism these days, it can be hard to land on optimism, especially concerning our climate and the effect we are having on it. But, remember, we are the ones writing our own story—we can steer our plotline as it unfolds towards the future.

Clean air for all communities… Let’s HEAL Washington!

When it comes to environmental pollution, protection should not depend on complexion.

States unfreeze climate action

With federal action stagnated (or in reverse), governors and state legislators are finding opportunities to advance climate action.

What WE can win, together

Yes on 1631 labor leader Steve Garey on why so many people have dedicated themselves to shaping and working for I-1631. And now that the finish line is in sight, what it is that we hope to win together.

Mordor, Schmordor

With less than a week before election day, it's time for Washington climate advocates to make sure we have done all we can to win on I-1631.

A City’s Climate Action Plan: Interview with Milwaukie Mayor Gamba

The city is working to become entirely equitable, delightfully livable, and completely sustainable. 

Initiative endorsements in Oregon: Be a climate voter!

The deadline to register or update your address is October 16. Ballots are due November 6!

Thursday: join the Youth Climate Day in Olympia!

Today’s teenagers have no other future than one shaped by climate change. That’s why young people may be the most keenly motivated to demand bold climate action now. Let’s fight together for climate justice. Join our Day of Action in Olympia, on April 11.

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We're the ones writing this story

Given the choice between optimism and pessimism these days, it can be hard to land on optimism, especially concerning our climate and the effect we are having on it. But, remember, we are the ones writing our own story—we can steer our plotline as it unfolds towards the future.

Read More

What WE can win, together

Yes on 1631 labor leader Steve Garey on why so many people have dedicated themselves to shaping and working for I-1631. And now that the finish line is in sight, what it is that we hope to win together.

Read More