Dear Friend,

RSVP to the Coal to Clean 101 phone call to learn more about our exciting new campaign!

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By now you know that one third of Oregon’s power still comes from coal, mostly from out-of-state coal plants. You also know that Sierra Club and our partners are campaigning for Oregon to transition from dirty coal to clean renewable energy by 2025. 
 
You may still have many questions: Where is Oregon’s coal power coming from? Is my utility company burning coal? How can we bring more clean energy online?  How does this fit within the bigger picture of Oregon leading on climate action? How can I help? 

You’re in luck, we've got some answers! This Wednesday we are having a short presentation over the phone about the campaign to end Oregon’s coal use and transition our state to clean, renewable energy like wind and solar. The phone call will feature several speakers, including State Senator Michael Dembrow and youth climate activist Eli Gorby, and a Q & A. 

Click here to RSVP and let us know that you’ll be joining the call to learn more about our campaign to transition Oregon from coal to clean energy by 2025.

Details:

WHO: Sierra Club activists, coalition partners, community members, and YOU!
WHAT: Coal to Clean Energy 101: A presentation over the phone about the campaign to transition Oregon from dirty coal to clean renewable energy
WHERE: Over the phone!  From any phone dial 1-866-501-6174 then enter code 300-6792-1892#
WHEN: Wednesday February 25, 7 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Speakers include:

  • Laura Stevens, Sierra Club Beyond Coal Organizing Representative,
  • State Senator Michael Dembrow, District 23 – Portland; Chair, Senate Workforce Committee; Sponsor of the coal to clean energy bill,
  • Eli Gorby, Climate Activist, 7th Grade Student
  • Dave Matthews, Climate Organizer, Oregon League of Conservation Voters
Please RSVP if you can join us on this phone call to learn more about the effort to transition Oregon from coal to clean energy by 2025.

Sincerely,

Laura Stevens
Sierra Club

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