Global Movements Begin at Home


Sign Petition to Deny Pacific Connector & Jordan Cove

Solidarity with the No Dakota Access Pipeline movement includes stopping pipeline and LNG projects here at home. If you haven’t already, please sign the petition to urge Oregon’s Department of State Lands (DSL) & Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to deny permits for the Pacific Connector gas pipeline and the Jordan Cove LNG export project. (More...)

Update from Break Free Arrestee – Deb McGee

On May 13-15, 2016 350 Eugene was part of a four-state regional call to Break Free From Fossil Fuels! This was part of a global coordinated series of events designed to confront the fossil fuel industry’s destructive behavior. After weeks of training for roles and developing our affinity group, we headed to Anacortes, Washington, home (More...)

Activists Arrested in Solidarity Pipeline Shutdown Need Our Help

  FROM CLIMATE DIRECT ACTION FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: PIPELINE VALVE TURNERS, SUPPORT TEAM AND DOCUMENTARY FILM CREW RELEASED FROM JAIL – October 13th: After shutting down five major crude oil pipelines that carry Canadian tar sands into the United States, activists hold firm to their conviction that shutting these pipelines down is necessary and that (More...)

BREAKING NEWS: 5 PNW 350 and Climate Disobedience Activists Shutdown 5 Tar Sands Pipelines

From 350 Seattle: Today, five activists have successfully shut down every pipeline that transports tar sands oil to the United States. The activists include 350 Seattle members Emily Johnston and Michael Foster, Seattle Raging Granny Annette Klapstein, 350 Corvallis co-founder Leonard Higgins and the Climate Disobedience Center’s Ken Ward. Acting in solidarity with the Standing (More...)

Sign the NoLNG Petition Ahead of Key Deadlines

  Sign the NoLNG Petition! Across the state, our coalition is ramping up our efforts to stop the Pacific Connector Pipeline. In November, two of our state agencies will make important decisions about the future of the Pacific Connector Pipeline and Jordan Cove Energy Project. The Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) will decide on Nov. (More...)