More than 250 community leaders joined the movement to protect our oceans by signing up to become “Voices for Our Oceans.”

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Jessie Kochaver
Climate Associate, Environment Oregon

Climbing at Smith Rock. Swimming in snow-melt in Wallowa Lake. Wading through tide pools in Ecola. Some of my favorite places to get outside and recharge are in Oregon’s state parks. I'd like to be able to get to these beautiful places with clean transportation. 

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Morgan Folger
Director, Destination: Zero Carbon

In order to address climate change, the shipping industry must dramatically reduce global warming emissions by electrifying their trucking fleets.

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Mary Katherine Moore
Content Creator

Fewer than 6,000 gray wolves remain in the contiguous United States, but last year the Trump administration stripped the species of its endangered species protections. Now states are free to enact laws that allow the killing of up to 90% of their gray wolf population. 

President Biden delivers a major conservation win, a thrill to all who worked on this

The annual Energy Efficiency Day is here. Read more about what’s in store for this years celebration and learn what you can do to take part

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Mary Katherine Moore
Content Creator

After 10 long days in a chrysalis, monarch butterflies break free, ready to spread their wings and take their first triumphant flight. But the world they fly into is increasingly toxic and unwelcoming.

Find the perfect public land for your weekend activities

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Mary Katherine Moore
Content Creator

A new law shifts the costs of single-use plastics back to their producers.

We need to stop the monarch's rapid descent toward extinction