Will you join these youth activists and fight for a stable climate?
Climate Youth Activists Speak Out Against Kalama Methanol
By Kate Murphy, Community Organizer
Youth activists took a stand during the Global Climate Strike, demanding climate justice and an end to fossil fuels. I wanted to hear their thoughts on the proposal for the world’s largest fracked gas-to-methanol refinery in Kalama, WA. So what did these activists have to say to Washington’s climate leaders?
The Washington Department of Ecology should deny the dirty, dangerous Kalama fracked gas-to-methanol refinery.
Why do you care about climate change and how the Kalama methanol refinery would impact our future? Hear what people who support a clean-energy future had to say.
Climate Youth Activists Speak Out Against Kalama Methanol:
Dylan Haviv, age 10:
Cambria Keely, age 17:
Caroline Ceravolo, age 15:
After five years, the time has come for Washington state to reject this dirty fossil fuel project. Join us in urging the Washington Department of Ecology to deny the world’s largest fracked-gas-to-methanol refinery, proposed in Kalama, WA.
Will you join these youth activists and fight for a stable climate? Take action today!
- Share their stories on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube).
- Join youth activists like Dylan. Act now! Sign the petition, sending your thoughts in real-time to Ecology.
- Call Ecology at 360-407-6969 and leave a short, friendly message:
“I am counting on Ecology to deny the Kalama methanol refinery. The project threatens Kalama, the Columbia, and the entire state because of its climate-changing pollution. The methanol company continues to make misleading claims about the refinery’s purpose and impacts. Ecology should reject the refinery, which would use more fracked gas than all of Washington’s other industries combined and produce millions of tons of greenhouse gas pollution every year!”