With over 700 water protectors arrested this year and the pipeline moving into the final stages of completion, it is critical to do all we can to try to prevent this travesty from occurring. Water … Read more
After a year and a half of hard work, the National Restructure Working Group has released a proposed draft for a new national US structure and is now soliciting chapter feedback. The new structure, lovingly … Read more
On July 12th, scores of climate justice activists turned out on Hawthorne Street to pressure Chase, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo to stop funding tar sands pipeline projects, especially Line 3. Indigenous activists spoke at a rally prior to the march which also featured music by XR activist, Wendy Emerson.
On Wednesday, January 20th, around 200 people turned out at Irving Park for the Inaugurate Justice Rally and March. Prior to the event there was a car caravan that left PCC Cascade with messages about … Read more
After two years of unprecedented wildfire seasons, insurers are pulling out of parts of California and southern Oregon—sending “non-renewal” letters to thousands of homeowners, raising rates, or not writing policies at all in some areas … Read more
If we are to take Donald Trump at his word, it seems that he has no intention of letting mail-in ballots be fully counted…or perhaps ceding power at all. He is doing everything possible at … Read more
Tar sands are one of the dirtiest, most carbon-intensive forms of energy on our planet. Chase is the number one bank funding fossil fuel and tar sands projects. And Liberty Mutual is the major player … Read more