Almost five years ago, southern Oregonians came together to start planning the community art project that launched Rogue Climate. Little did we know how our climate movement would grow over the next few years. THANK YOU for being a part of it.
As 2017 comes to an end, please consider making an end of year donation to Rogue Climate.
You can make a one time donation by clicking HERE, or by sending a check to PO Box 1980, Phoenix OR 97535. If you make a monthly donation of $10 or more, we will also send you a Rogue Climate T-Shirt in the new year!Read more
For years, communities across Oregon have been asking Senator Merkley to stand with us in opposing the Jordan Cove fracked gas pipeline and export terminal. Youth rallied outside of his office, veterans held him accountable at the climate talks in Bonn, and people like you made hundreds of calls, asked him tough questions at town halls, and let Sen. Merkley know that we support a transition to clean energy jobs for all of Oregon, not backwards steps like Jordan Cove.
Last week, all that work paid off. Senator Merkley issued an official statement taking a stand in opposition to the Pacific Connector Fracked Gas Pipeline and the Jordan Cove LNG Export terminal! In his guest opinion in the Mail Tribune, he said:Read more
Standing up to Jordan Cove will determine whether or not Governor Brown is the climate champion our state needs. Despite the new federal administration, we can stop this pipeline again if Governor Brown and her state agencies deny vital permits that Pembina needs to start building.
After two funerals, the Methane Monster Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas export terminal and evil sibling Pacific Connector Zombie Pipeline have been re-animated by Donald Trump and Canadian energy giant Pembina Corporation.
“Methane Monster” by Dom at Arctodesign.com
This Halloween, we have a sneak preview of one of the scariest fossil fuel projects in the world. Here are the top ten scariest facts about the Jordan Cove LNG export terminal and Pacific Connector fracked gas pipeline.Read more
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October 26th, 2017
More than 400 landowners, conservation organizations, indigenous tribes, youth, business owners, state agencies and concerned community members have filed as intervenors this month in order to stand up against the proposed Pacific Connector Pipeline and LNG export terminal.Read more