SACRIFICE ZONES aired as two half hour programs on over 100 radio stations on the national radio public affairs magazine Making Contact in June and October 2017. It is also available on PRX as a one hour program.

SACRIFICE ZONES premiered on June 5 on
KBOO-FM Community Radio, 90.7 Portland; 91.9 Hood River; 104.3 Corvallis
and worldwide at
Some of the other stations that have aired it include:
Coast Community Radio (KMUN 91.9, KCPB 90.9, KTCB 89.5) in Astoria, Oregon
KALW, 91.7 FM, San Francisco
WPPB 88.3 fm “Long Island’s only NPR station”


Interview with Bill McKibben
Locus Focus, KBOO-FM 90.7 Portland, 91.9 Hood River, 104.3 Corvallis,
Monday, May 27 from 10 – 11 am


Juliana v. United States Rally & Hearing

It’s time to stand up for the rights of young people. The Trial of the Century is happening here in Portland. The constitutional youth climate lawsuit, Juliana v. United States, has a hearing at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on June 4, 2019. Be there for a massive movement moment! Facebook event here.

June 4 at 1:30 PM
Director Park, 815 SW Park Ave, Portland


People’s Meeting with Governor Brown

After 15 years of pipeline resistance, on June 11 five community members will have an in-person meeting with Governor Brown to ask her to stand up against this dirty fossil fuel project. While the meeting with the real Governor happens, we’ll host a People’s Meeting outside where we’ll share community testimony against the pipeline. We’ll also be the first to hear the meeting report back from our coalition representatives and learn whether Governor Brown will agree to our demands and finally stand up against the pipeline!

Join us in showing the Governor that our numbers are strong, and we stand in solidarity with those inside the meeting. Facebook event here.

Tuesday, June 11, 10:00AM – 2:00PM
Department Of State Lands
775 Summer St NE, Salem




Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has delivered a potentially fatal blow to the Jordan Cove LNG project and the Pacific Connector fracked gas pipeline which has faced fierce opposition for more than a decade by a grassroots coalition of impacted landowners, anglers, small business owners, tribal members, health professionals, and many more Oregonians and Northern Californians. In today’s action, Oregon DEQ denied the Clean Water Act Section 401 permit because the massive LNG export terminal and pipeline could not demonstrate that they would meet Oregon’s clean water standards. Jordan Cove LNG and the Pacific Connector Pipeline cannot be built without the state permit. With their denial, DEQ released 200 pages of detailed findings about how the project does not meet Oregon’s water quality standards. DEQ notes that “DEQ does not have a reasonable assurance that the construction and authorization of the project will comply with applicable Oregon water quality standards.”

Meanwhile in Washington State, on May 8, Governor Inslee, who originally supported the Tacoma LNG facility and the world’s largest methanol refinery proposed for Kalama, has expressed firm opposition to both these projects and any future fracked gas infrastructure, something project opponents have been demanding from him for years. Now it’s time to let Governor Inslee know he needs to put actions behind his words. Call Governor Inslee: 360-902-4111