Kelsey Juliana

Climate Change
8:17 am
Mon September 22, 2014

Eugene Teen Featured On National TV Talk Show

South Eugene High School graduate Kelsey Juliana appeared on the public television show Moyers and Company this week.
Credit Billmoyers.com

Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Eugene Sunday to rally for more action on climate change. This is in solidarity with a Global Climate march focused on the United Nations Climate Summit taking place this week in New York.

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Environment
6:00 am
Mon August 25, 2014

Eugene Teen Walks The Talk On Climate Change

Kelsey Juliana is participating in a walk across the U.S. to raise awareness about climate change.
Credit Rachael McDonald

A teen from Eugene has taken her activism on the road. KLCC’s Rachael McDonald spoke with her by phone as she walks across the U.S. in the Great March for Climate Action.

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Climate Change
11:42 am
Wed June 11, 2014

Oregon Appeals Court Sends Climate Suit Back to Lane County Judge

Judges on the Oregon Court of Appeals.
Credit courts.oregon.gov

A lawsuit brought by two Eugene teens against the state over climate change will get a second hearing in Lane County Circuit Court. The Oregon Court of Appeals Wednesday  ruled the case has merit.

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Climate Change
6:42 am
Wed June 11, 2014

Eugene Teen Continues Work to Combat Climate Change

18-year old Kelsey Juliana will graduate from South Eugene High School Saturday.
Credit Rachael McDonald

The Oregon Court of Appeals is expected to issue its ruling Wednesday in a lawsuit filed by two teens who want the state to do more to prevent climate change. One of the plaintiffs in the case, Kelsey Juliana, is about to graduate from high school. KLCC's Rachael McDonald spoke with her recently about what's next.

I met up with Kelsey Juliana at Amazon Park. As we walked the 18 year old told me her plans.

Juliana: "I will be graduating from South Eugene High School June 14th. And then, I will be leaving mid-July to join the Great March for Climate Action."

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Budget
3:43 pm
Tue April 15, 2014

Tax Day Protestors Urge Elected Officials To Fight Climate Change, Not War

Kelsey Juliana speaks Tuesday in front of the Eugene post office.
Credit Karen Richards

Tuesday, several local activist groups rallied in front of Eugene’s downtown post office to call on Congress to redirect the country’s tax dollars.

The theme of this year’s tax day gathering was “Fight Climate Change, Not War.” As local taxpayers mailed their returns to the IRS, leaders of social and environmental groups took turns speaking and singing. They asked the government to spend less on defense and allocate more for the environment.

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