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Public Health, Environmental Groups Slam Federal Government’s Latest Proposed Cleanup Plan for Hanford Nuclear Site
“The federal government’s proposed cleanup plan reads more like a wait-and-see approach. Relying on signs and fences to keep the public and the Columbia River safe for thousands of years is unacceptable,” -Dan Serres, Conservation Director at Columbia Riverkeeper.
Tell the U.S. Department of Energy that its insufficient Hanford cleanup plan for 4.5 square miles along the Columbia River will endanger people, salmon, and the environment for thousands of years.
We are confident that this project cannot withstand a real, thorough review. We know this proposal would be a massive generator of climate changing pollution.
This fall, over 100 volunteers helped plant trees, spread mulch, and pull weeds at the Nichols Natural Area.
Columbia Riverkeeper is proud to be one of 150 Portland nonprofits featured in Willamette Week’s Give!Guide.
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.