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Entries by Kat Black

Stop the Kalama methanol refinery!

As wildfires exacerbated by the burning of fossil fuels ravage our region, a plan to build the world’s largest fracked gas-to-methanol refinery on the Columbia River carries on. The Kalama methanol refinery would use more fracked gas than all of Washington’s gas-fired power plants combined. This project would be an outright disaster for our climate and […]

Pressure Oregon Department of Forestry to Take Climate Action

Did you know that the Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) oversees 10 million acres of forests that can act as a major carbon sink? The Coast Range and Western Cascade forests have some of the highest potential for carbon storage in the world, and they filter our drinking water too. But industrial forestry is limiting […]

Build a Neighborhood Pod

So we’re in a pandemic, an economic crisis, and we’re required to stay home as much as possible for the foreseeable future. One of the best ways to share support in this moment is to set up a hyper-local support network on your block. This group can be used for a whole range of things – sharing […]

Comment on PCEF Grant Committee’s Draft Guiding Principles

The deadline for this action has passed, but please visit our action page to find current opportunities.  The Portland Clean Energy Fund (PCEF) is a 1% surcharge on billion dollar corporations that will fund local projects to fight climate change while creating a more equitable economy and well paid jobs for underserved frontline communities, such as […]