We Need You! New Hearing on Climate Action.

In Climate Change, Event by OLCVstaff

Help us get the legislative session started off strong: join us in testifying for climate action! A special weekend hearing has been scheduled for Saturday, February 8th, so people who can’t attend hearings during the work-week can make their voices heard. Don’t miss this critical opportunity to speak for climate action!

The legislative session officially starts this Monday. With only 35 days to pass a bold climate action plan, we must take every opportunity to show legislators that we mean business. We won’t settle for anything but a strong, equitable climate bill. We hope you’ll join us in testifying next Saturday! 

Climate Hearing
Date: Saturday, February 8th, 2020
Time: 10am
Location: Oregon State Capitol (900 Court St. NE, Salem, OR, 97301)
RSVP here!

Big Oil representatives are already in the Capitol, trying to weaken or kill the bill. Our grassroots movement has been fighting for cap-and-invest for over a decade. We won’t rest until the bill is as strong as possible—no loopholes for industry; no weakened emission goals.

If we want a strong climate bill that benefits all Oregonians, we need to show up and testify! Sharing testimony is quick and easy, and we’ll help you through the process. Will we see you at the Capitol on February 8th? 

And, if you want to get even more involved, join us for Oregon’s Climate Emergency Rally on February 11th. We’ll take to the Capitol steps and rally for a better climate future. Click here to RSVP and find our more about our biggest climate event of the year!

The next generation is depending on us to do something while we still can. Every voice makes a difference. We’re running out of time, and we need everyone who cares about Oregon’s future to show up—testify, rally, write to legislators, share your views on social media. Throughout the legislative session, we’ll keep you posted on more ways to take action.

As Oregonians, we know better than any fossil fuel company what our state needs. Let’s show them how strong we can be when we all stand together.