Coast Range Radio

Coast Range Radio is a program of the Coast Range Association bringing the groundbreaking research and agenda of CRA to local low-powered radio stations across Western Oregon. CRA has worked with KEPW LP 97.3 FM Peace Works Community Radio in Eugene, Oregon to produce this program. Listen and learn about CRA’s work on our Financial Forestry agenda and other topics as we bring experts and community leaders into the studio.

A Better World is Possible

How a Green New Deal Would Transform Oregon

Discussion with Chuck Willer, Executive Director of the Coast Range Association, following up on past discussion on the economics of a Green New Deal. In this interview we outline how the implementation of a Green New Deal will impact the people of Oregon. We discuss the exciting opportunities a Green New Deal offers as we prepare for and imagine a transformation to a just economy and society.

Interview with Organizers at 350 Eugene & Recordings from Eugene Climate Strikes

An interview with three organizers with the very active local climate group, 350 Eugene. Linda Perrine, Dan Mulholland, and Michael Carrigan discuss the many different campaigns they work on through 350 Eugene. We discuss climate action at the Federal level with the GND and Michael’s work on the Planet Vs. Pentagon campaign, the State level with Dan’s work on the Cap the Gases campaign, Linda’s local county and city work with the Eugene Climate Action Plan 2.0, and at the individual level with the Eugene Carbon Free Challenge.

Economics in the Era of Climate Crisis

In this episode, we are speaking with Chuck Willer, Executive Director and Principal Researcher for the Coast Range Association. We will be discussing economics, the Climate Crisis, the Green New Deal, and the power of re-imagining our economic and social systems to make a better world is possible.

The Coast Range Association is leading the effort to bring a Green New Deal to Oregon’s forests.

Your support today will make that work possible.

A Better World is Possible

New Work: Our Vision for a New Forestry for Western Oregon