Stand Up. Speak Out. Act.

Upcoming Events and Actions

Wednesday January 10 Capitol 7:30 am
Unveiling the Clean Energy Jobs Bill  

Join 350 Salem OR and Renew Oregon on January 10th to support the Clean Energy Jobs Bill. Show our lawmakers that clean energy and a healthy state is what we want. This hearing is crucial and the more of us that come to show support and people power, the better our chances will be when the legislative session will start in a few weeks.

Meet in the Capitol Rotunda at 7:30 am (yes, am) Wednesday, January 10.  Get buttons and proceed to Hearing Room F in time to get good seats for the 8:00 am hearing. We look forward to seeing you there.

If you cannot make it but still wish to make your voice heard, call your legislator by clicking this link (we have a script ready to make it easy for you to call them).


Thursday January 11, 2018    12-2pm   Capitol   Steps
Gov. Brown Stand Up for Climate: Stop the Pipeline
Rally: Speakers – Skits – Music – Colorful Creative Art

Join 350 Salem OR and allies from around the state in the No LNG Exports Coalition at the Capitol on Thursday, January 11th to ask Governor Brown to stand up for the climate by denying the Pacific Connector fracked gas Pipeline and Jordan Cove LNG Export Terminal!

Revealing the complete climate impacts of the Jordan Cove LNG Terminal & Pipeline. Oil Change International and the No LNG Exports Coalition will release a groundbreaking study on the lifecycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions of the pipeline and export facility.                                                           Asa Wright artFacebook event
rally art by Asa Wright

Monday January 15, 2018 from 11:15 am-4:30 pm 
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day March and Rally.  

Gather at McKay High School, 2440 Lancaster Dr. NE, Salem, for speakers, music and dance. 11:15 am
March on Lancaster Drive beginning at 12:30 pm,
Return to McKay HS to continue the celebration.
350 Salem OR will have a table at McKay HS and we will march together for climate justice.  Please join us.  Many people and organizations from across the Salem community are coming together in solidarity with the theme of this event:
Civil Rights and Social Justice – the Struggle Continues
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 January 23 at 7 pm Lobby 101 945 Columbia St. NE Salem

We’re turning our regular 4th Tuesday meeting (at our new location) into a quick course in advocacy for the Clean Energy Jobs Bill in the 2018 Oregon Legislative Session.  2018 may be a short session, but this bill has a long history and lot of work from legislators, policy analysts, stakeholders and advocates. It’s time to get it passed!  We’ll learn about the bill and how  to communicate with state legislators in meetings with constituent groups, by email and phone, and writing convincing letters to the editor.
—Please come knowing who your state senator and representative are. If you don’t know, you can look them up here:  https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/
—Check out Renew Oregon for more information on the Clean Energy Jobs Bill.  http://www.reneworegon.org/


January 31, 2018 – Save the Date for an exciting LiveStream event from 350.org to launch the Fossil Free Campaign. 

We’ll watch together at a location TBD here in Salem.  Sign up here to get details and updates.   The event will feature US Senator Bernie Sanders, 350.org co-founder Bill McKibben, Rev. Lennox Yearwood from Hip Hop Caucus, Jacqueline Patterson from the NAACP, Cherri Foytlin from BOLD Louisiana, Adriana Voss-Andreae from 350PDX, Varshini Prakash from the Sunrise Movement, Jessica Lorena Rangel from Eyes of a Dreamer, a representative from Sierra Club’s Ready for 100 Campaign and a few other leaders.