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“Today represents a remarkable shift from the oil train terminal fiasco. Vancouver’s Port Commission sent a very clear signal that Vancouver will not accept any form of bulk fossil fuel terminal.
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June Member Spotlight: Carlos Marroquin
Swim Guide makes it easy to find clean water and a nice, accessible swimming hole. Columbia Riverkeeper tracks water quality trends on Columbia River beaches and adds more beaches to our database every year. We all have the right to swim and enjoy the river without worrying about getting sick.
The Trump administration's attempt to cut corners with nuclear waste undermines effective, long-term cleanup at the Hanford Nuclear Site. People in the Pacific Northwest value clean water and strong salmon runs. This decision flies in the face of sound science and judgment.
Rejecting donations from the fossil fuel industry is the new litmus test of politicians. But Representative DeBolt is literally on the payroll of a fossil fuel corporation.
“Oregonians value farms and strong salmon runs.