Join us for a Statewide Day of Action

In the unprecedented world facing us, what’s the most powerful statement you can make? It’s showing up to say I care about protecting people, defending clean air and water, and giving our kids a better life. On Saturday, Nov. 4th, we all need to show up. Check it out.

Oregonians have been organizing for years. On November 4th, people across the state gather to show our legislators we can’t wait any longer for a strong, equitable climate policy in Oregon.

If you’ve been looking for an excuse to get together with friends, enjoy a beverage and talk about shared values, then look no farther. Join Oregon Environmental Council, founding members of the Renew Oregon coalition, for a statewide day of action.

Details

When: Saturday, November 4th, 12:00 – 2:00 PM
What: Clean Energy Jobs – Day of Action
Where: (Bend, Corvallis, Eugene, Pendleton, PortlandSalem) 

How: RSVP to attend an event or house party in your community.

Invite your friends and colleagues to be a part of the exciting ways we are working towards real solutions for our state’s economy and climate. It’s an opportunity to get together and support the Clean Energy Jobs Campaign.

State leadership on climate and clean energy is needed now more than ever before. Let’s take action together on November 4th and show the legislature that Oregon is ready for Clean Energy Jobs. Together, we can make Oregon a climate and clean energy leader.

Now is the time to act.

RSVP

Please contact Sonny Mehta, Sonny@reneworegon.org, for any questions.


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