Apr 20, 2017

unnamed.jpgWe’re headed into a season of action! This is about all of us. It’s about truth, integrity, people, jobs, and communities. And it’s about the future.

Step up for a massive week of events drawing a line connecting climate science and grassroots action. Let’s demonstrate that the Northwest clean energy revolution is unstoppable! These are powerful opportunities to find commonalities between causes and to set the stage for conversations that help build stronger movements and supercharge the clean energy revolution.

April 22, March for Science on Earth Day
Across the country, people are rising in a powerful action to support climate science, with marches in fourteen cities and towns all over Oregon including PortlandCorvallis, and Newport. It’s a day to celebrate scientists and the role that science plays in our lives every day, by raising our voices and lacing up our marching shoes.

April 26, Discussion on Oregon’s Climate in Portland
The City Club of Portland is hosting an evening discussion to explore Oregon’s recently released Climate Assessment Report. Learn about how we’re doing and where we need to go to address the climate crisis in Oregon.

April 29, Peoples Climate Movement & March
On April 29th, the 100th Day of the Trump Administration, we will be in the streets of PortlandEugene, and other sister marches across the state in solidarity with the big event in Washington D.C. to show the world and our elected leaders that we will resist attacks on our people, our communities, and our planet.

For the Portland march, our friends at OPAL Environmental Justice and partners in the Oregon Just Transition Alliance invite us all to stand with people of color and low-income people and join the movements for racial, social, and economic justice as pathways to climate action.

May 1, May Day
On May 1, we march in Salem in a big bold demonstration of immigrant rights. Please join us to stand with our partners in defending Oregon’s immigrant communities, because all of us, regardless of country of birth, deserve dignity, respect, and a safe and healthy environment.

In the Columbia River Gorge
The Columbia Gorge Climate Action Network is hosting Earth Week events every single day between May 22 and 29.

We know that struggles for justice are inseparable from our fight for climate action. Now is our time to spring into action—for truth, for justice, and for our climate.

We can. We must. We will. TOGETHER.