Stand up to fossil fuel interests at an Oregon Climate Action Plan town hall!

In Climate Change, Event by OLCVstaff

We need your help protecting the Oregon Climate Action Plan (OCAP) from the fossil fuel industry! In two weeks, join us for a virtual town hall hosted by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, and speak up in support of a strong climate action plan! Sign up here!

After Governor Brown signed the Oregon Climate Action Plan last March, state agencies have begun making plans to implement it and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. This is great—except, some of these plans are not strong enough, and polluting industries are trying to weaken them even further. The fossil fuel industry will stop at nothing to save themselves, even if it means destroying our planet and putting our communities at risk.

That’s where we come in. We’re going to stop at nothing to hold them accountable. This is a climate crisis—a climate emergency, and we’re seeing the effects firsthand during this intense wildfire season. We have no time to waste! We need to make sure that the Oregon Climate Action Plan is as strong as possible for future generations. Please join one of the Department of Environmental Quality’s virtual town halls and drown out the voices of big polluters!

Oregon Climate Action Plan Town Halls

  • Activist Training – Tuesday, September 29th, Time TBD
  • Town Hall Option #1 – Thursday, October 1st, 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
  • Town Hall Option #2 – Thursday, October 8th, 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
  • Town Hall Option #3 – Wednesday, October 14th, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Sign up for an Oregon Climate Action Plan Town Hall here! 

There are three opportunities to join in, so please sign up for whichever day works best for you! We’ll also be hosting a free activist training to go over details, discuss how to testify, and help you how to show your support with a Zoom background.

Please sign up for a town hall today! Let’s make it clear that the people of Oregon want climate action because our future depends on it. And our future is far more important than the fossil fuel industry’s’ bottom line.