On Thursday, January 16th, two courageous young women from Eugene will argue their Atmospheric Trust case  before the Oregon’s Court of Appeals.  The case was brought by Crag clients Kelsey Juliana, Olivia Chenaik and their mothers to compel the Oregon State government to create a viable climate recovery plan for reducing carbon dioxide emissions in order to protect Oregon’s natural resources.

Please Show Your Support and Come to the Court Hearing on Kelsey and Olivia’s Climate Change Case at University of Oregon School of Law, January 16!

WHEN: Thursday, January 16, 2014, 8:45 am – 10:00 am (PST). Arguments begin at 9 am. Please arrive early to go through security.

WHERE: University of Oregon School of Law, Room 175, 1515 Agate St., Eugene, OR 97403

WHY: The room holds 250 people.  We need to pack the room and show the court the public cares about this case and supports Oregon youth in seeking urgent climate action. Please join us and many of Oregon’s young people for this short oral argument. Let us know you’re planning to attend: https://www.facebook.com/events/418545851607922/ and invite your friends through Facebook!

To learn more watch  Oregon TRUST, a short film that features Oregon Trust plaintiff Kelsey Juliana.

You can also read the Brief.