Our latest action alerts, blog posts, and media highlights
Fossil fuel companies are pushing projects to establish liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, pipelines, and fracked gas-to-methanol refineries in the Pacific Northwest.
Portland Sounds Alarm on Tar Sands Trains
“People rely on clean water and otherwise healthy, locally-caught fish on the Columbia River and other rivers throughout Washington state.
Seeking Climate Organizer to support community members along the Columbia River, working to inform and engage residents in Oregon and Washington on threats from fossil fuel projects.
This newsletter discusses the intertwined fates of salmon and orcas, and the Columbia River that sustains them. The bottom line: We must take action. Now.
The theme of this newsletter is the relationship between salmon and orcas, two creatures that help define the Pacific Northwest.
We need a new deal in the Pacific Northwest, one that honors and restores cultures and ecosystems while setting a course to prosperity in the new green energy economy.
Visit a participating Aveda Salon, and you can treat yourself AND support clean water.
Save the dates: Lummi Totem Journey this June
Columbia Riverkeeper reached a settlement with Chelan County Public Utility District (PUD) to end uncontrolled toxic pollution from the Rock Island and Rocky Reach dams.