A Faster Transition To Cleaner Energy

 

MISSION STATEMENT

Our mission is to bring communities in Southern Oregon together to support practical solutions to climate change that will result in cleaner energy, sustainable jobs, and a healthy environment.  We promote community conversations and engage people through creative art projects and educational events, making our voices heard on local, state, and national policies. 

Rogue Climate is a grassroots organization that brings communities in Southern Oregon together to support practical solutions to climate change that will result in cleaner energy, sustainable jobs, and a healthy environment.  We promote community conversations and engage people through creative art projects and educational events, making our voices heard on local, state, and national policies. 

With young people leading the way, our goal is to speed up the Rogue Valley's transition to cleaner energy and energy efficiency. By transitioning to cleaner energy we can create jobs, save money, address climate change, protect our air and water, and improve the quality of life here in the Rogue Valley. 


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    Thank you for a great year in 2015!  With your help, we made great progress in 2015 in building a grassroots movement in the Rogue Valley and beyond for climate action and a faster transition to cleaner energy and energy efficiency. I’m writing to ask for your support to expand on that work in 2016.  
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    Take Action TODAY (Thurs. Dec 3) to stop LNG

    Lease the Bottom of Coos Bay for a Private Pipeline? No Way! The Department of State Lands extended the deadline for some permits (see below), but not for this part! The Jordan Cove Energy Project is proposing to lease the bottom of Coos Bay for a massive fossil fuel pipeline that would feed the proposed export terminal that hopes to ship fracked gas from the United States and Canada overseas. The bottom of Coos Bay - in this case Haynes Inlet - is an area that is managed by the Department of State Lands and owned by all Oregonians. Jordan Cove is one of the largest projects proposed in Oregon's history, and would dredge, drill and fill through 400 different waterways. This highly unusual and controversial proposal would lease an easement on public land for the benefit of a private Canadian company, at the expense of oysters, fishing, recreation and other values that Oregonians rely on. Take Action: Please let the Department of State Lands that there are better uses for Coos Bay than exporting gas!
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