All Campaigns

Campaign | Energy

100% Renewable Energy

We all know that burning oil, gas, and coal has polluted our air, water, and land for decades - and now it's changing the climate even faster than scientist feared it would. We know we can have healthier communities right now and a livable future for ourselves and generations to come. But to get there, we must transform the way we produce and consume energy. That's got to start with a commitment to 100% clean, renewable energy. 

Campaign | Higher Ed

Affordable Higher Education

A college degree is practically a necessity these days, not only for the individual student, but for the economic and social health of the country. But as states cut budgets, and grant aid has diminished, students are relying on loans to pay for college.

Campaign | Hunger

Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness

It’s hard to believe, but Oregon has the highest rate of child food insecurity in the country, with nearly 30% of children with limited or uncertain access to adequate food. What’s more is that the number of families in need is on the rise. Right now 138,000 people in Lane County are eligible for food assistance, up from 124,000 people last year. Food banks are struggling to keep up.

Campaign | Energy

Defend Our Rivers - Stop the Pipeline

We're working to defend our rivers by stopping a dirty fossil fuel pipeline that threatens nearly 400 beautiful Oregon rivers and streams, including the Rogue and Umpqua.

Don't Get Ripped Off

Help for student consumers

Campaign | Democracy

Get Big Money Out of Politics

Get Big Money out of Politics

Campaign | Energy

Go Solar, Oregon

It’s time to repower Oregon with clean, renewable solar energy.

Campaign | Health Care

Make Health Care Work for Oregon

It is time for health insurers to focus on cutting waste and saving money through prevention. But the truth is, too many of them are just raising rates and making consumers foot the bill. 

Campaign | Textbooks

Make Textbooks Affordable

Every student knows that textbook prices are outrageous! Many books cost over $200 a piece and end up worth pennies by the end of the semester, often thanks to unnecessary new editions and pass-codes that expire. It's time for publishers to stop charging ridiculous prices and start taking advantage of today's technology to offer students a better deal. Our campaign is working to increase the use of "open textbooks," which are free online, free to share, and affordable in print -- the ideal publishing model to make textbooks affordable.

Campaign | Textbooks

Make Textbooks Affordable

Everyone knows that textbooks prices are outrageous. With student debt skyrocketing, young people can't afford to spend $1200 on books and supplies every year. Together, we can change that.

Make Textbooks Affordable

Everyone knows that textbooks prices are outrageous. With student debt skyrocketing, young people can't afford to spend $1200 on books and supplies every year. Together, we can change that.

New Voters Project

The New Voters Project is a non-partisan effort that engages, educates, and inspires young voters to be active participants in the political process. As the history of our successes demonstrate, our peer-to-peer organizing model achieves measurable increases in voter registration and voter turnout rates while building the next generation of civic leaders. Over the past 35 years, we have helped to register more than 1.9 million young people and made millions of get-out-the-vote reminders. 


New Voters Project

The New Voters Project: Use Your Vote. Raise Our Voice.

Campaign | Foods, Sustainability

No Bees, No Food

We rely on bees to pollinate our food. Yet we’re allowing the use of bee-killing pesticides to drive them toward extinction. How does that make any sense?We're calling on the EPA to ban these toxic pesticides.


Protect Crater Lake

Logging companies want to clearcut thousands of acres of forest around Crater Lake. OSPIRG is calling on President Obama to protect Crater Lake and block reckless logging proposals.

Campaign | Parks

Protect Crater Lake

​Protect Crater Lake

Campaign | Water

Protect Our Rivers

Protect our Rivers: This fall, OSPIRG is working to protect Oregon’s waterways by restoring Clean Water Act protections to more than half of our state’s streams and thousands of acres of wetlands.

Stop Global Warming


Campaign | Foods, Public Health

Stop the Overuse of Antibiotics

 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that at least 23,000 Americans die every year from antibiotic-resistant bacteria, and warns that the widespread overuse of antibiotics on factory farms is putting our health at risk. We're calling on the top restaurant chains to commit to serving meat raised without anitbiotics. 

Campaign | Hunger

Zero Hunger

America produces more than enough food for everyone. The hard work and ingenuity of people growing our food delivers plenty. We should save the food and resources that would otherwise be wasted and get it to the people who need it.