Oregon Coast Ocean News – As temperatures rise, oceans are at the forefront of climate change

November 17, 2020Ocean News

All of us at the Coast Range Association send our well wishes as we move through the anticipation of the final months of 2020. This year has been unprecedented in many ways, but we continue to fight for action on climate change, working to ensure our communities and the Oregon Coast are prepared during these times of change. We ask that you forward this newsletter to your friends and family across Oregon. With your help we can build informed and engaged communities that act on behalf of our coast!

Oregon Coast Ocean News – Updates from the Living Ocean

October 12, 2020Ocean News

Our hearts go out to everyone impacted by the recent wildfires. We hope all are getting the support they need and continue to stay healthy and engaged during these difficult times. Oregon Coast Ocean News is here to keep you informed on the most important coastal news and events. We continue to highlight important work and research from our many partners on Oregon’s marine reserves and the current and future impacts of climate change on our coast and communities. We also share many ways to become involved and stay connected to coastal conservation and stewardship.

A Just Transition for Oregon’s Forests

September 15, 2020General, News

This bears repeating, Coast Range forests are some of the best forests in the world, per acre, at storing carbon. In light of this fact, any proposal that takes on the climate crisis in Oregon must include a bold new vision for the private industrial forest estate.

Oregon Coast Ocean News – Ocean Justice and a Blue New Deal

August 7, 2020Ocean News

Oregon Coast Ocean News is here to provide you the most important Oregon Coast and climate stories and events. We continue to highlight important work and research on the impacts of climate change on our coast and communities. We also provide many ways to stay connected to coastal conservation and stewardship.
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Demand the Oregon Global Warming Commission act at the scale and urgency of the climate crisis

July 24, 2020General, News

In March 2020, Governor Brown issued Executive Order (EO) 20-04 requiring state agencies to develop strategies to prevent the most serious, catastrophic impacts of climate change. EO 20-04 calls on agencies to exercise their authority to assist in achieving a reduction in climate change-causing greenhouse gas emissions and address historical injustices by helping impacted and vulnerable communities to adapt to climate change. But are Oregon’s state agencies doing enough?