|Dec 6||Wed|| |
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Come learn about the Oregon Legislature’s upcoming Short Session and chat about some of the work our volunteers (that could be you!) do:
You can be a part of this important effort. If you are new to lobbying, no worries—we offer trainings!RSVP Here
Join members of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde in person for an evening of storytelling in many forms including family stories, Ikanum (creation stories), contemporary stories, and readings. This is a unique and first-time public event. No recordings will be allowed by the Confederated Tribes. Please save this date and attend this important event to learn from and honor those who created a culture over thousands of years and created an environment that sustained itself using Traditional Ecological Knowledge.
Co-sponsors: Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde, Marys Peak Group Sierra Club, Spring Creek Project, Corvallis-Benton County Public Library, Corvallis Sustainability Coalition, OSU School of Language, Culture and Society
Since there is no registration for this event, seating will be available until every seat is filled. For further info, contact Dave Eckert: email@example.com
Rumble #11 will focus on Controversial Solutions of Climate Change. A number of these fossil fuel stand-ins are projected for our region’s near future. The panel will focus on projects that are promoted by the fossil fuel and financial industries: biomass, renewable diesel, hydrogen and carbon offsets.
Rumble On The River Community Forums bring together expert voices to lay out the potential hazards of having 90% of Oregon’s fuel stored within city limits. The CEI—Critical Energy Infrastructure—Hub, a 6-mile stretch of aging tank farms, stands on a seismic liquefaction zone. The predicted event of a Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake has the potential for a Deepwater Horizon level spill right here on Portland’s riverfront. The CEI Hub poses serious health, safety, cultural, social justice, economic and environmental risks to every Portland neighborhood and the entire Northwest region. Zenith Energy stores and transports oil through the CEI Hub. Rumble topics include urban forests, shade equity, the heat dome phenomenon, Columbia & Willamette River ecosystems, floodplain resilience and salmon restoration.
Alex Budd - Organizer with Pacific Northwest Forest Climate Alliance
Barbara Bernstein - Audio/video documentarian, media gadfly, host of KBOO Radio’s Locus Focus
Barbara Haya - Research Fellow at the University of California, Berkeley, Goldman School of Public Policy where she directs the Berkeley Carbon Trading Project
Melanie Plaut - Retired OB-Gyn with Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility
Rita Vaughan Frost - Forest Advocate with the Natural Resources Defense Council’s Nature Program
|Dec 19||Tue|| |
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
The Oregon Chapter Sierra Club's Forest Team meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month, from 5pm-6:30pm.
The Forest Team supports the forest-related work of the Chapter's Conservation and Legislative Committees. Join us to help address important issues related to forests, including forests and climate change, State Forests, Oregon Forest Practices Act, federal forest management policy, forests and wildfire, Oregon timber and severance taxes, woody biomass, and more.
To join or for more information, please contact Carol at Illinoisvalley@oregon.sierraclub.org.
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