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Support the 100% Clean Energy for All Bill

Oregon has an exciting opportunity to create good local jobs, reduce pollution, and improve energy resiliency by passing a bill to transition to 100% clean energy. Can you make it to an important hearing on Wednesday, March 17th from 1:00PM to 3:00PM to show your support for the 100% Clean Energy for All Bill?
The Oregon 100% Clean Energy for All Bill (House Bill 2021) will require all of Oregon’s electricity to come from clean energy resources, like wind and solar, by 2040. This bill should include critical labor standards to ensure new jobs in clean energy are well paid and include benefits while also incentivizing community-based projects that increase energy independence, affordability, and disaster resilience across Oregon.
Tune into the meeting here: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/.../2021-03-17.../Agenda
Send testimony to support the bill here: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/.../Testimony/HEE...
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Volunteer Appreciation Celebration

Blue Heron Park

Join together Saturday, May 15 10-11:30 AM for an outside celebration of all the volunteers (including you!) who’ve made a difference in the fire recovery for our community. We're providing coffee, tea, pastries, and fruit!

Fire Relief Volunteer Online Listening Circle

At this guided online event hosted by The Hearth, there will be opportunities for you to share your experiences, hear the experiences of other volunteers, and connect with each other. This is a chance for all of us to acknowledge the pain that all in our community are experiencing, heal together, and appreciate the amazing work of this team of dedicated volunteers.  

Energy Justice Party!

Come together to take action for Energy Justice! With just a few weeks left in Oregon’s Legislative session, it’s time to ramp up the pressure on our legislators to ensure they vote YES for 100% Clean Energy for all and Healthy Homes. During this event, you will learn more about the Oregon Clean Energy Opportunity Campaign, […]

Oregon: Don’t Let Polluters Off the Hook (Comment Writing Workshop)

Oregon’s environmental regulators are establishing new rules to address fossil fuel pollution, calling it the “Climate Protection Program.” The process was launched by Governor Kate Brown's climate executive order in 2020 directing state agencies to slash greenhouse gas emissions. But the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (Oregon DEQ) has issued draft rules that fall far […]