Columbia Riverkeeper is regularly featured in national and regional media, because we work on important climate and clean water issues.
A plan to build a natural gas–fueled petrochemical plant in Kalama, Washington, ran into a new legal hurdle last week, as a coalition of environmental groups raised new objections to its construction.
Recent press highlights:
"State agencies and advocates have been alarmed by federal environmental policy rollbacks that continue unabated by the global coronavirus pandemic."
“The [fossil fuel corporations] clearly misjudged how fiercely we will protect this place" -Brett VandenHeuvel
Columbia Riverkeeper's work on important climate and clean water issues is regularly featured in the news.
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