Coos Commons Protection Council

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Protecting Nature One Community At a Time

He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it. – Martin Luther King

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Rights of Nature

Ecosystems has a fundamental right to thrive, flourish and naturally evolve

Right to climate

Communities have the right to a healthy climate to say NO to non-sustainable energy systems and development

Right to Shelter

Coos County has more than 1,300 homeless men, women and children who are entitled to shelter and receive services with dignity

Right to a Sustainable Economy

Coos County has a right to a healthy sustainable economy that provides for the needs of the present without stealing from future generations

Dignified Solutions

Direct outreach to help marginalized people get the services they need.

Through Direct Democracy We Have the Power to Impact Our Future

Governments only exist by the consent of the governed. Using democracy we can change those laws that violate our fundamental rights to clean air, water and a healthy climate.

The Right to Local Self-Government

We are the decision makers in our own communities.

Happening Now

CCPC applies for FCC permit for non-commercial radio station

On November 9, 2021, Coos Commons Protection Council, filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission for construction permit for new non-commercial educational FM facility for Bandon 88.1, FCC File #0000167441. Members of the public wishing to view...



Coos Commons Protection Council

Jordan Cove Energy Partners’ Canadian owners spent almost $1 million to defeat a local measure for a sustainable energy future that would have halted the proposed LNG export terminal. If built, Jordan Cove and the associated 224 mile pipeline will become the single large greenhouse gas emitter in the entire state of Oregon.

Coos Commons continues to advocate for the rights of nature and is also partnering with Bittin Duggan of Growing Through It to provide direct outreach to the county’s homeless population who find it difficult to access public services.

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Don’t be complicit with a corrupt system

A principal goal of environmental regulatory agencies is to grant permits that enable corporations to legally pollute our air, water and even to destroy whole ecosystems. So it comes as no surprise that the FEIS (Final Environmental Impact Statement) released by the...

Rate of Change – Ken Ward

Rate of Change – Ken Ward

Climate activist and "Valve Turner" Ken Ward discusses his use of the "necessity defense" and its application for activists eager to stem climate change

Lincoln County passes bill of rights for the Siletz Watershed

Lincoln County passes bill of rights for the Siletz Watershed

Tired of being told they can’t say NO to harmful aerial spraying of poisonous herbicides and pesticides the citizens of Lincoln County voted to grant the Siletz Watershed personhood. Since it”s adoption in 2017 no harmful aerial spraying has occured in Lincoln County

Grant Funding for Dignified Solutions

Grant Funding for Dignified Solutions

Coos Commons Protection Council (CCPC) is pleased to announce the Negley Flinn Charitable Foundation has provided $20,000 “to provide dignified services based on compassion, equity and respect to disenfranchised Coos County residents so that they may access individual and community services to meet their basic human needs so that they may live a healthier and more productive lives.”

We won’t stop Jordan Cove unless and until

We won’t stop Jordan Cove unless and until

Hope is a longing for a future condition over which you have no agency. It means you are essentially powerless. - Derrick Jensen In the 56 years since the publication of Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring one thing remains constant to this day. Our existing system of law...

Hope is a longing for a future condition over which you have no agency. It means you are essentially powerless. 

- Derrick Jensen

Exercising our right to local self-government allows us to take matters into our own hands and demonstrates our real power.

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