Climate Events

Aug
12

Climate Action Plan Roll-Out

August 12, 2020

Yaquina estuary during a king tide.\Photo by Rena Olson, with support from Lighthawk.

A plan to make Lincoln County carbon-neutral by 2035 will be presented online on Wednesday, Aug. 12, 7-8:15 p.m.  Sponsored by 350 Oregon Central Coast and Citizens for a Better Lincoln County, the event...

Aug
17

Comment Deadline re: Oil and Gas Policy

August 17, 2020

Oil rigs off Neahkahnie....just kidding, but this is why we need drilling regulations.

The Oregon Coastal Management Program has submitted a request for a program change concerning conservation of oil and gas to the federal Office for Coastal Management.  The department wants to change and...

Aug
25

Webinar on Regenerative Agriculture

August 25, 2020

Dr. Ann Schmierer.

Shoreline Education for Awareness looks inland for the subject of the next webinar in their series, as they host a talk by Ann Schmierer on “Regenerative Agriculture: Growing Soil for a Healthy Planet.  This online presentation takes place on Tuesday, Aug. 25, at 6:30...

Past Events

May
1

Climate Science Webinars

May 1, 2018

Mill Creek entering the Yaquina River at a king tide, previewing flooding due to climate change. | Photo by John Bauer for the Wetlands Conservancy

The Northwest Climate Science Center has announced a new Actionable Climate Science Skills-building Webinar Series. These webinars are designed...

Apr
29

Coastal Issues Forum

April 29, 2018, Lincoln City

Nelscott Beach at Lincoln City during a king tide.\Photo by Lisa Voelker.
Nelscott Beach at Lincoln City during a king tide.\Photo by Lisa Voelker.

Three key coastal concerns—sea level rise, ocean acidification, and the opening of our waters to oil and gas drilling by the Trump administration—will be addressed in a public forum taking place in the auditorium of...

Apr
26

Talk on Oregon Shelf Dynamics

April 26, 2018, Newport

Pacific City shoreline from Cape Kiwanda.\Photo by Sonja Peterson.
Pacific City shoreline from Cape Kiwanda. | Photo by Sonja Peterson.

Oregon State University's Hatfield Marine Science Center (HMSC) is offering a talk on nearshore ocean ecology by Clare Reimers, a professor of ocean ecology and biogeochemistry at OSU. Her topic will be "Benthic Exchange...

Apr
25

Climate Change Dialogue

April 25, 2018, Newport

Newport, Oregon.
Newport, Oregon. | Courtesy from @NewportOregon

Fear, hope, and climate change will be the topic of a public dialogue offered by 350.org on Wednesday, April 25, at 6:30 p.m. in the Newport Public Library (35 N.W. Nye St.).

The subject will be the exciting times we live in, frightening due to...

Apr
22

Plastic Ocean Film Viewing

April 22, 2018, Coos Bay

Kayakers on South Slough.\Photo courtesy of South Slough NERR.
Kayakers on South Slough.\Photo courtesy of South Slough NERR.

South Coast audiences are invited to a viewing of the film “A Plastic Ocean.”  The film will show on Saturday, April 21, and Sunday, April 22, each at 7 p.m. in Cos Bay’s Egyptian Theatre (229 S. Broadway).

The South Slough...

Apr
20

Invasive Algae Seminar

April 20, 2018, Charleston

This skiff - suspected Japanese tsunami debris - was found near Moclips, Washington. | Credit Washington Department of Ecology

The Oregon Institute of Marine Biology's Spring 2018 Seminar Series features a talk by Gayle Hansen, from the Hatfield Marine Science Center. Her seminar is...

Apr
13

Ocean Film Screening

April 13, 2018, Bandon

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Coos County's Shoreline Education for Awareness (SEA) is presenting a film about environmental impacts on our ocean environment with a screening of Ocean Frontiers: The Dawn of a New Era in Ocean Stewardship on Friday, April 13, 6...

Apr
13

Ocean Acidification Seminar

April 13, 2018, Charleston

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The Oregon Institute of Marine Biology's Spring 2018 Seminar Series features a seminar by George Waldbusser, from the College of Earth, Ocean and Atomospheric Sciences at the Oregon State Univeristy. His...

Apr
11

Sea Level Rise Seminar

April 11, 2018

Waite Island in the Siuslaw River at a king tide, previewing the results of sea level rise.\Photo by John Bauer.
Waite Island in the Siuslaw River at a king tide, previewing the results of sea level rise.\Photo by John Bauer.

Learn more about a project to synthesize scientific knowledge concerning sea level rise in the Pacific Northwest by participating in a webinar, offered on Wednesday, April 11,...

Apr
10

Marine Debris Lecture

April 10, 2018, Portland

The Portland Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation hosts monthly chapter meetings. They meet to talk action, conservation, have great conversations with fellow water protectors, and meet new people. Their meetings are free and open to everyone. Whether you're a long-time supporter or just...