More than 40 cities have enacted bans on new gas infrastructure, but in the Pacific Northwest one company is trying a new tactic to head off climate policy. By Nick … Continue reading Oregon Utility Using Greenwashing and ‘Renewable Natural Gas’ To Push Back on Potential Gas Bans
by Dylan Plummer, CW Grassroots OrganizerOriginally published in The Register-Guard, April 24, 2021. Less than a month into spring, I received a red flag warning alert. A warm easterly wind … Continue reading Op-Ed: It’s DeFazio’s Time to Shine on Climate
For Immediate Release April 21, 2021 Contact: Bethany Cotton, Conservation Director Cascadia Wildlands; email, 503.327.4923 Oregon’s Recovering Gray Wolf Population Grows, Expands Westward Good News Tempered by 2020 Premature Removal … Continue reading 2020 Oregon Wolf Numbers Are In!
For Immediate Release April 14, 2021 Contacts:Nick Cady, Legal Director, Cascadia Wildlands; email, 314.482.3746Noah Greenwald, Endangered Species Director, Center for Biological Diversity; email, 503.484.7495 Environmental … Continue reading Lawsuit Filed Challenging Ongoing Post-Fire Clearcutting in Santiam State Forest East of Salem
For Immediate ReleaseApril 13, 2021 Contacts:Bethany Cotton, Conservation Director, Cascadia Wildlands; email, 503.327.4923Tim Ingalsbee, Executive Director, Firefighters United for Safety Ethics and Ecology (FUSEE); email, 541.338.7671 Conservationists Call on Biden … Continue reading A Call on Secretaries Haaland and Vilsack to Rein in Reckless Post-Fire Roadside Logging in Oregon
Cascadia Wildlands condemns hate targeting the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community in all of its forms. Like so many, we are appalled by the recent murders in Atlanta … Continue reading Condemning Hate Crimes Against the AAPI Community
by Dylan Plummer, CW Grassroots OrganizerOriginally published in The Register-Guard, March 27, 2021. Pacific Northwest forests are crisscrossed with roads — enough logging roads alone to circle the planet 13 times. … Continue reading Op-Ed: The Slippery Slope of Hazard-Tree Logging