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Ashland youth express climate urgency; demand city move forward to transition away from fossil fuels
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, September 14, 2023CONTACTS: Jess Grady-Benson, 541-816-2240, email@example.com Ashland Youth express climate urgency; demand city move forward next steps on transition away from fossil fuels Youth lead climate rally and testify at...
[TALENT, OR] After a year of community organizing and strategizing, Talent Middle and Elementary Schools secured a $1 million dollar grant from the Community Renewable Energy Program (CREP) to install solar panels and backup battery storage. This brings the schools one step closer to becoming a community resilience hub—a place people in their communities can turn to for support in the face of the increasing extreme weather and climate disasters that the Rogue Valley has been experiencing with more frequency in the past few years.
Ashland becomes third Oregon city to commit to developing policy to transition new homes off of fossil fuels
The Ashland City Council unanimously voted to instruct city staff to develop an ordinance that would transition future residential construction off of fossil fuels last night, joining Eugene and Milwaukie in efforts to address climate and air pollution associated with gas. The ordinance will be developed and voted on at a future meeting.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, March 10, 2023 CONTACT: Hannah Sohl, Rogue Climate, Hannah@rogueclimate.org, 541-840-1065Masayo Simon, Rogue Climate, Masayo@rogueclimate.org, 541-852-2883 Ashland Students Leave School to Demand Climate Action Youth lead climate march...