Nick Engelfried

Nick Engelfried is a freelance writer and progressive activist with a special penchant for environmental and energy issues. A proud member of Oregon’s increasingly large and vibrant youth climate movement, Nick graduated from Pacific University in 2009, and now spends the majority of his time facilitating college campus involvement in the big issues that will determine the course of Oregon's energy future. Nick’s current priority projects include fighting to protect our state from liquefied natural gas development, and to transition Oregon away from its unhealthy reliance on coal-generated electricity.

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Aug. 23, 2011Why is Wyden Siding with Industrial Polluters?
Jul. 11, 2011Protecting Oregon's Clean Economy from Coal Exports
Jun. 09, 2011Is Millennium Bulk Logistics a Good Neighbor for Oregon?
Jun. 03, 2011Saving Oregon’s Solar Industry
Jun. 01, 2011Beyer, Burdick, Edwards, and a Bunch of Other Democrats Fail to Stand Up for Progressive Values on HB 2700
May. 05, 2011Will Lee Beyer, Chris Edwards, and Ginny Burdick Stand Up for Democratic Values Next Week?
Apr. 25, 2011Defending the Clean Air Act from Congress
Apr. 17, 2011Building a Movement for Green Jobs and Justice
Feb. 21, 2011Calling Progressive Representatives: Please Defeat HB 2700
Feb. 02, 2011LNG Fast-Track Bills Threaten Landowners, Salmon, and the Climate
Jan. 14, 2011Clatsop County Withdraws Permit for Misguided LNG Project
Nov. 19, 2010Public Utilities Commission Bombs on Boardman Coal Plant Decision
Nov. 11, 2010Close the Boardman Coal 2011?
Oct. 24, 2010Merkley Criticizes Tar Sands Oil Pipeline
Oct. 07, 2010Actually, PGE Did Break the Law (And What You Can Do About It)
Oct. 03, 2010From Portland to Medford, Oregon Speaks Out Against Boardman Coal Plant Pollution
Sep. 26, 2010In Corvallis, a Community Takes Steps to Move Beyond Fossil Fuels
Aug. 28, 2010PGE Tries to Fool Oregonians, Holds Columbia Gorge Hostage
Aug. 17, 2010Giving the Push for Clean Energy an Artistic Spin
Jul. 23, 2010One Sure Path to Clean Energy (and Clean Tech Jobs) in Oregon
Jul. 07, 2010Palomar LNG Pipeline Indefinitely Delayed
Jun. 25, 2010Boardman Coal Plant the Hot Topic at Public Hearing
Jun. 21, 2010PGE's Coal Plant Plan Meets Reality
Jun. 11, 2010Wyden and Merkley Stand Up for Climate Science
May. 31, 2010Now is the Time to Move Oregon Beyond Coal
May. 27, 2010No Rest for No-LNG Activists: Organizers Target NW Natural Gas
May. 21, 2010Clatsop County Election a Defeat for LNG
May. 07, 2010Grassroots Organizing and the Defeat of Bradwood LNG

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