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Columbia Riverkeeper and allies filed a federal lawsuit because the Trump administration’s agencies violated the Clean Water Act, the Endangered Species Act, and the National Environmental Policy Act when reviewing Kalama Methanol.
Let’s come together and share our voices, combining our strengths to let industry know that we don’t want any more expansions of oil terminals.
“The market has spoken—there is no demand for a new fracked gas-fired power plant, and the current climate crisis makes clear that we cannot afford to have one forced on us.
Forgotten Toxic Waste Dump on the Columbia: November 20, 2019, 7 p.m. (doors 6 p.m.), Hood River, OR.
Check out CNN's latest climate feature
"How a dead whale gave new life to the debate over dams in the Pacific Northwest" including an interview with Columbia Riverkeeper:
“The City made the right decision. The community is rightly alarmed by Zenith’s push to add another toxic substance—MDI—to an already-dangerous oil train operation.” - Erin Saylor, staff attorney for Columbia Riverkeeper.
Chelan County Public Utility District (PUD), reports that the Rocky Reach Dam spilled over 300 gallons of hydraulic oil into the Columbia River.
Brings together a diversity of voices including opponents of fracked gas projects, who believe that we need to transition swiftly to renewable energy solutions, and proponents who see what they call “natural” gas as a bridge fuel to the future.