Op-Ed: Transition to clean energy in Oregon homes will prevail, despite fossil fuel industry’s tactics

by Bethany Cotton and Aya Cockram
Originally published on Oregon Capital Chronicle.com, October 24, 2023

Four years ago, local governments began taking on climate battles that state and federal leaders refused to touch, and to everyone’s surprise, they started winning. In just a few years, more than 100 cities across the nation overcame fierce gas industry opposition to pass local policies that ensure new homes are built to run on clean energy.

Op-ed: Hope for Action Beyond Climate Deferral

By Dylan Plummer, CW Grassroots OrganizerOriginally published in The Register-Guard, Nov. 28, 2020. In Eugene, the home of the tree-hugger, a new kind of climate denial is taking shape — climate … Continue reading Op-ed: Hope for Action Beyond Climate Deferral