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BREAKING NEWS – Obama Administration Halts Dakota Access Pipeline

From Democracy Now: On Sunday the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers denied the Dakota Access pipeline company a permit to drill underneath the Missouri River—officially halting construction of the $3.8 billion oil pipeline that has faced months of resistance from the Standing Rock Sioux in North Dakota and members of more than 200 Indigenous nations (More...)

Proposed No Crude by Rail Resolution Presented to Eugene City Council

Last night before the Eugene City Council a dedicated team of activists read aloud the entire proposed No Crude by Rail Resolution for the Council’s consideration during the Public Testimony segment of its meeting.  Several others sang and/or spoke in support of the resolution and drew connections with Eugene’s Climate Recovery Ordinance and the wider (More...)

No LNG Salem Rally at Dept of State Lands – We’re Not Backing Down!

  On Monday, Nov. 14th, 350EUG volunteers stood with about 200 citizens in the rain at our Oregon Capitol in Salem for for four hours. We were surrounded by our statewide NoLNG coalition friends with the rally being led by native First Nation Peoples from southern Oregon. We held space, chanted, Grannies sang, speakers spoke, (More...)

Hundreds Turn Out for No DAPL Protest

Eugene was among dozens of cities nationwide turning out hundreds of people, young and old, in a day of Solidarity for the No North Dakota Access Pipeline water protectors. They protested outside of and flowed through Wells Fargo, Bank of America, and marched through the streets in the pouring rain. Tell President Obama to Say (More...)