March for Science – Oregon Locations

The March for Science is a world-wide movement to call attention to the profound impact that science has on our health, economy and society. It is a time where people congregate to pledge their support for science and to advocate more science-based actions in the political system. This event will be hosted in Washington D.C alongside 425+ marches nationally and internationally on April 22, Earth Day. We have compiled a list of state-wide locations in Oregon where you can join a movement near you.

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People’s Climate Movement and March – Oregon Locations

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U.S. Supreme Court passes on hearing oil industry challenge against Oregon’s clean-fuels momentum

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Oregon Environmental Council: Andrea Durbin to transition to City of Portland leadership

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New report: Oregon fails on diesel

This month, Oregon’s cross-agency team of experts made it very clear: None of our current efforts to reduce diesel pollution have worked, or will work, to meet our state’s goals for protecting human and environmental health. “Diesel emissions impacts to human health and the environment are not being adequately addressed by the DEQ [Department of Environmental Quality] or through Toxics Reduction Strategy planning.” This matter-of-fact statement, and details about Orego
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