Our latest action alerts, blog posts, and media highlights
This week, the Cowlitz County Superior Court ruled against Columbia Riverkeeper’s challenge to the Washington Department of Natural Resources’ (DNR) decision to sell a popular public recreation area for planned industrial development at Austin Point.
Fracked gas or stable climate? Fracking, pipelines, and methanol refineries contribute to climate change.
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
Judge stays federal case on Millennium Bulk Terminals project until state court lawsuit is resolved
Oregon's legislature ignored your calls to place a 'time-out' on new mega-dairies in Oregon and another bill to limit their unsustainable use of threatened groundwater.
“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.