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It’s Countdown Time to September 13 Oral Arguments: 21 Youth Plaintiffs vs. Federal Govt & Fossil Fuel Industry

U.S. District Court Judge Ann Aiken will hear oral arguments on September 13 in Eugene in the case involving 21 youths plaintiffs against the federal government and fossil fuel industry. Watch this interview between Our Children’s Trust Executive Director, Julia Olson, and 350 Eugene’s, Megan Kemple, concerning this landmark case. Video by Don Ewing. Click (More...)

Coos County Commissioners Hear Loud and Clear – NO LNG!

    Over 50 advocates from all over the state, including 15 from 350 Eugene, descended upon Coquille, OR, on Tuesday, August 16 to testify before the Coos County Board of Commissioners regarding the Pacific Connector Pipeline (PCP) and Jordan Cove LNG projects. Coos County Commissioners are hoping to create “work around” so they can (More...)

A World at War – by Bill McKibben

From Bill McKibben – in the New Republic – 8/15/16: “We’re under attack from climate change—and our only hope is to mobilize like we did in WWII. It’s not that global warming is like a world war. It is a world war. And we are losing. Sometimes I write a piece I think worth sharing. (More...)

Eugene Officially Adopts Science-Based Greenhouse Reductions!

Great news! On Wednesday, July 27, the Eugene City Council voted 7-0 to adopt a new community-wide greenhouse gas reduction target to reduce emissions 7.6% annually.  The target is based on the best available science and consistent with achieving 350 parts per million of CO₂ in the atmosphere. Thank you to the Eugene City Council, (More...)

No LNG Action – Hearing on the South Coast – Tuesday, August 16

Let’s head to Coquille, Oregon (near Coos Bay) next Tuesday, August 16th, to join the statewide No LNG Exports Coalition to stop the Pacific Connector / Jordan Cove projects! Coos County Commissioners will be considering a “work around” so they can site the Pacific Connector Pipeline & Jordan Cove LNG terminal in a tsunami & (More...)