Stand Up. Speak Out. Act.

350 Salem OR is a grassroots organization composed of everyday people taking action for a stable climate and sustainable planet. We are a local chapter of the international organization, You are welcome to join us! Volunteers are needed and appreciated.

What we must do to dismantle white supremacy …

There is no just recovery for climate, without addressing the systemic extraction, harm and violence towards Black communities. MORE

Tell DEQ: Stop the expansion of oil trains along the Columbia River!

Now is your chance to tell the Department of Environmental Quality that oil-by-rail shipments should not be increased in the Columbia River Gorge. Learn more about how oil trains endanger communities, harm salmon and threaten clean water. Columbia Riverkeeper makes it easy to submit a comment to the DEQ.

Conservation organizations are working to prevent the daily transport of millions of gallons of explosive crude oil on trains through the Columbia River Gorge.

Jordan Cove LNP is challenged in court.

The Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw and the Cow Creek Band of the Umpqua Tribe of Indians just challenged FERC’s approval of Jordan Cove LNG.

So far that’s 30 impacted landowners, 10 community and environmental organizations, and two Tribes who have filed lawsuits to stop Jordan Cove. Check out the history and stay tuned for breaking information.

Weigh in on how Oregon addresses the climate emergency.

Governor Brown’s new Executive Order directed the Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) and other state agencies to identify actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate climate change impacts. In response, DLCD has detailed current actions and future policy options. DLCD is hosting an online forum to hear feedback on this planning document. You are invited to listen to a short presentation, ask questions and offer feedback.

Thursday, June 11
11 a.m-12:30

Learn more and register.

Handshakes, no. Community, yes.

Social solidarity is just as important as social distancing. In the midst of this pandemic, it’s more important than ever to stay connected. You can make a difference by organizing a Neighborhood Circle!

Join the revolution from your computer.

You can use your shelter-in-place time to check out documentaries about courageous action that is being taken on the front lines of the climate crisis on every continent, or learn how Indigenous people in Latin America view climate change.

Climate Science Basics: just the facts …

The rain doesn’t deter these 350 Salem OR protestors from campaigning for clean energy investments.

Top photo: 350 Salem OR members and others rally for climate-friendly policies at the Oregon State Capitol.