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Tell the EPA to ban the use of methylene chloride and NMP in commercial and consumer paint strippers. Let’s protect workers and consumers from these harmful chemicals and switch to safer alternatives.
Please call your state senator today and encourage them to support the Clean Electricity and Coal Transition Bill (SB 1547-B).
Portland, OregonWar Against the People: Israel, the Palestinians and Global Pacification
A presentation by Israeli peace and human rights activist Jeff Halper.
Add your name to an open letter to the nation’s governors asking them to continue to support and advance the Clean Power Plan.
Salem, OregonMake Your Voice Heard in Salem with OPHA’s 2016 Capitol Visit Day
Join the Oregon Public Health Association for their 2016 Capitol Visit Day. You’ll learn about public health related bills that the legislature is working on and how those bills are faring.
Portland, OregonBuilding Oregon's Climate Movement
Know Your City and Renew Oregon are hosting a community dialogue with speakers who organize in very different communities for a clean Oregon future.
Portland, OregonStand Up to Big Oil in Multnomah County
On January 21st, we can take a stand in Multnomah County to protect our communities and our climate by participating in the public hearing and vote to oppose oil trains and the Tesoro-Savage project.
Portland, OregonShut Down Guantanamo, Stop Inspiring Terrorism Visibility Action
Join Portlanders in an upcoming visibility action calling to close down the prison camp in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, exactly 14 years to the day after it opened.
Ridgefield, Spokane Valley, WashingtonPublic Hearings on Proposed Tesoro Savage Crude Oil Terminal
Members of the public can comment on the draft environmental impact statement for the proposed Tesoro Savage (aka Vancouver Energy) crude oil terminal.
Portland, OregonRoad through Paris: Portland March for Climate Justice
December 12th, the day after the UN Paris Climate Talks end, people all across the world are taking to the streets to make sure the people, not the politicians, have the last word.
The deadline for comments on two risky oil-by-train facilities is Monday, November 30th.