As of August 18, 2017, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will no longer accept proposals for siting permits of fossil fuel projects. The decision comes two days after 20,000 people drove their cars into downtown Washington DC, filled their gasoline tanks with sugar and slashed their tires, effectively disabling them. The streets surrounding the National Mall […]
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Pipe Dreams is a new project to write about the wildest, most far-reaching positive future scenarios we can imagine. This is a challenge to pick up your pen and paper, or dust off your chunky home computer, and have some fun. What is the news article you want to read tomorrow morning that heralds the most […]
A small handful of volunteers brought 350PDX to the Sunday Parkways events in May. Thanks to everyone who helped! At one of the Parkways events, we collected 142 comments of people asking the Public Utility Commission to make sure PGE doesn’t build new gas electricity generation plants (adding to the 10,000 comments people have already submitted!) […]
Since the election, members of 350PDX Southwest team and SW HOPE have been holding periodic vigils in the Multnomah Village area. There were about a dozen of us this past Saturday, November holding signs and banners as well as umbrellas lettered with messages of peace and justice. We had some of the beautiful 350PDX sunflower […]
A 350.org chapter in Missoula, Montana is asking for our help! A federal agency, the Surface Transportation Board, is taking public comments from all Americans on the cumulative environmental impacts of a new 45-mile railroad spur line, the Tongue River Railroad, from the proposed Otter Creek coal mine in southeastern Montana to the main line […]
Oregon has established strong, science-based targets for reducing global warming pollution but we are not on track for meeting those goals. It’s time for Oregon to implement policies that will make us a leader in responding to climate change. Let state government know it’s time for us to meet our environmental goals. Patterned after a […]
Hello! My name is Tay and I’m the new co-editor for the monthly newsletter as well as a support in other projects 🙂
A win! Port of Longview votes to reject a propane gas export terminal on the Columbia River, but Portland moves forward on propane gas exports in the city.