It should go without saying that clean water is foundational to every aspect of our lives. But the reality is that there are far too many people in Oregon who struggle to have their water needs met every day. For some it’s poor water quality, for others, it’s lack of access to water, unaffordable water costs, or diminished natural resources.
These water justice challenges are highlighted in a new report that builds on our work in the Oregon Water Futures Collaborative and expands the base of evidence demonstrating how frontline communities are impacted by Oregon’s water challenges. Click the four arrows in the bottom right corner below to ...
Oregon Water Futures Project takes learnings to legislators and wins new funding for equitable water access
An interview with Eugene-Springfield NAACP Executive Director, Eric Richardson, on environmental justice, climate advocacy and where Oregon is headed. #BlackHistoryMonth
An interview with Dr. Alaí Reyes-Santos on our collaborative work to elevate community voices in Oregon water policy.
A new partnership to elevate community voices in water policy and define water justice with Oregonians on the frontlines of our water challenges.
Where it comes from, health impacts, and who is working to solve these problems.
Learning what toxics issues are top of mind for Oregon communities.
How a natural infrastructure test case in Medford helped kick off a more sustainable approach to water management
The latest from ATNI’s tribal water initiative features tribal youth and leaders sharing their vision for the future of our waters
OEC testifies that access to water is an environmental health and justice issue here in Oregon.