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  • June 11
  • September 17
  • November 9
    Our latest newsletter detailing CAFOs, industrial stormwater permits, our clinic class, and events!
  • August 13
    Our latest newsletter detailing opposition to mining near Mount St. Helens, another summer of the “Tomorrow’s Advocates” program, information about upcoming events, and welcoming our new legal fellow.
  • April 25
    Our April newsletter detailing the Resolution Copper mine in Arizona, a Clean Water Act lawsuit against Cooke Aquaculture for their Puget Sound Net Pen collapse, and the end of another year of the Earthrise Clinic.
  • December 12
    Please consider a year end gift to Earthrise.
  • December 7
    Our November newsletter detailing, stormwater pollution in Massachusetts and Oregon, government accountability and FOIA litigation, staff changes, and an alumni spotlight.
  • March 19
    GEI Participates in Bag it Forward at New Seasons Mountain Park; HB2007 Diesel Bill Hearing on Tuesday, March 19th; Thank You for Your Support on Lewis & Clark’s Day of Giving!
  • February 28
    Thank You for Joining Us at Tomorrow’s Energy System (photos and reflection); Green Energy Institute Testifies to Promote the Successful Implementation of PURPA in Oregon
  • January 31
    Tomorrow’s Energy System upcoming conference; Renewable Energy Projects Have Generated More than $120 Million in Tax Revenues for Rural Oregon Counties in Past Four Years, GEI Study Finds; Identifying Barriers to Small Renewable Energy Development
  • December 31
    Thank you for supporting our work in 2018. We have a line up of exciting work in 2019 and we hope you’ll join us: upcoming energy conference, three-year fossil fuel financing research project, continued partnership with Multnomah County, and more!
  • November 30
    Read a letter from GEI director and professor of law, Melissa Powers, as she reflects on 2018 and where we are heading in 2019. 
  • October 31
    GEI Receives $180,000 Grant for Project to Prevent New Fossil Fuel Investment and Infrastructure Development; GEI Submits Comments on EPA’s Proposed Vehicle Rollbacks; GEI Director Melissa Powers Online and on the Air Discusses the Administration’s Stance on Climate, Comprehensive Decarbonization Strategy, and Juliana v United States
  • September 30
    GEI Welcomes Our New Energy Law Fellow, Greg Hibbard; Multnomah County Board of Commissioners and the Portland City Council Adopt Resolutions on Clean Diesel Construction; 31st Annual Environmental Law Distinguished Visitor Lecture, “The Roots of Environmental Injustice and the Limits of Environmental Law,” with Professor Sarah Krakoff; Evaluating the Progress of Cities with 100% Renewable Energy Targets
  • August 31
    GEI Director Melissa Powers Teaches at Kangwon National University in South Korea; GEI Invited to Participate in Global Climate Action Summit Event; Deconstructing Diesel: A Diesel Reduction Roadmap for the Portland Metro Area
  • July 31
    GEI Director Melissa Powers on the Impact of the SCOTUS Swap: Kennedy for Kavanaugh; Updates from the Carbon Policy Office at the Joint Interim Committee on Carbon Reduction Meeting
  • June 30
    Thanks for joining us for Swamp Ethics; Updates from SB 978, Utility Reform Process; Notes from the Joint Interim Committee on Carbon Reduction Meeting
  • May 31
    Join Us on May 30th for an Ethical Examination of Trump’s Cabinet Members; “Environmental Law Under Trump” Symposium on April 6 Illuminated Impact of Trump Administration Policies and Rollbacks; Pedal Pursuit a Big Success (and a Ton of Fun!)
  • May 1
    Footnotes is the Lewis & Clark History Department’s annual newsletter.  It covers the major developments in the department during the academic year and highlights the various activities and accomplishments of our students and faculty.
  • April 30

    Thank You to LC Giving Day Contributors; Deconstructing Diesel Happy Hour a Success; Welcome to Our New Deputy Director; Updates from the March Meeting of the Oregon Environmental Quality Commission; and Reforming Oregon’s Electricity Regulatory Framework Blog Post on Recent Oregon Public Utility Commission Meeting

  • March 31

    The Chronicle Magazine Features GEI in Headline Story: Renewable Hope; GEI Participates in U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar in Your Community Challenge; Deconstructing Diesel Happy Hour on March 21, 5:00-7:30 PM; and  Charged Debate Blog Sheds Light on Renewables Regulation in the Trump Administration

  • May 9
    Read about Earthrise’s success protecting salmon from lethally hot temperatures in Oregon, our brief to the US Supreme Court regarding Waters of the United States, our legal fellow Ryan Shannon landing a job at Center for Biological Diversity and watch our new video on Zombie Permits, and getting a Forest Service fire break project dropped in southern California.
  • November 21
    Rising Issues #14–Can you believe it’s been 20 years since PEAC was created? Earthrise Law Center is still going strong and looking forward to the next 20 years of training law students and protecting the environment. Read about the history of Earthrise in our recent newsletter, and ponder what the next 20 years will be like.
  • March 17
    Read about our case to protect California Condors from Lead Ammunition, Dan Rohlf’s successful defense against a SLAPP Suit on Mt. Hood and Snow Basin Timber Sale was cancelled!
  • November 30
    Read about our exciting win against EPA regarding Ballast Water; Earthrise wins precedent setting case in Jackson County against GE Crops; Staff Growth; Save the Date for the 20 Year Anniversary Party; Year End Giving!
  • Pileated woodpecker
    August 3
    Read about our victories in the Snow Basin Timber Sale and Buffalo River cases.
  • Santa Clara River
    April 3
    Earthrise settled a major case against Magic Mountain theme park in California. Read, and hear, all about it in our recent newsletter! 
  • Aerial pesticide spraying in Wallowa Whitman National Forest
    December 5
    Breaking News on Buffalo River Case, Earthrise Hires new Attorney, Support Earthrise and its long fought cases
  • Aubrey Baldwin
    August 22
    Big Public Lands Wins and Farewell to Aubrey Baldwin
  • May 30
    Spring Newsletter: Update on Chesapeake Bay TMDL Case, Alumni Highlight, Craig Johnston runs the Boston Marathon and Staff Transitions.

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  • Parents eNewsletter

    Being fast-tracked so that we can begin communications with this audience, this is a concerted effort to use BBNC to send an email newsletter on a monthly basis. (David)

    1. 29 Mar: Design presented to IA.
    2. 22 Mar: Reviewed design with Amy/Joe.
    3. 8 Mar: Discussed sketchs with Amy.
    4. 1 Mar: Met with Angela, Amy and Joe regarding the project.
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