More climate change cases are coming

More climate change cases are coming

More climate change cases are coming by Allison Milionis | June 21, 2021 In May, climate activists and concerned citizens around the globe cheered when a Dutch court ruled that Royal Dutch Shell must reduce its carbon emissions by 45% by 2030 from 2019 levels. This is...
Closing the Gap

Closing the Gap

Closing the Gap by Noah Tobias | June 14, 2021 How Crag internships bring younger advocates into the environmental movement. For Courtney Johnson’s first task as a Crag intern, she had no clue where to start. “Ralph gave me something like, writing a motion for...
Eelgrass: Protecting Oregon’s Underwater Meadows

Eelgrass: Protecting Oregon’s Underwater Meadows

Eelgrass: protecting Oregon’s underwater meadows by Noah Tobias | June 10, 2021 Earlier this year, the Biden administration released a preliminary report addressing the president’s commitment to protect 30% of U.S. lands and ocean territories by 2030. The...
PNW wildfires are now a year-round event

PNW wildfires are now a year-round event

PNW wildfires are now a year-round event by Allison Milionis | May 6, 2021 Spring in the Pacific Northwest means longer, brighter days with ample rain and pleasant temperatures. This April, however, proved to be drastically different with only .39” rain in the...
Light ahead for our environmental justice work

Light ahead for our environmental justice work

Light ahead for our environmental justice work by Allison Milionis | Apr 29, 2021 Nearly 30 years ago, President Clinton signed an executive order directing federal agencies to “identify and address” adverse environmental impacts from federal projects on vulnerable...