Our latest action alerts, blog posts, and media highlights
Today, over 125 people on land and 50 people on water gathered at the “No Methanol Land and Water Action Community Camp-Out” opposing the proposed fracked-gas-to-methanol refinery in Kalama, WA.
Even the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has concerns with the U.S. Department of Energy’s proposal to reclassify high-level radioactive waste as low-level radioactive waste in Hanford’s C Farm Tanks.
Pacific Veterinary Products, a Hood River-based dog supplement company, generously offered to donate one percent of sales to Columbia Riverkeeper.
U.S. Congressman Mike Simpson is publicly questioning whether the four Lower Snake River dams should remain. The influential Idaho legislator’s questions could lead to serious discussions about whether and how to remove Snake River dams.
You did it! Today Governor Inslee announced opposition to two fracked gas projects in Washington state: NW Innovation Works’ Kalama, WA, methanol refinery and the Tacoma, WA, LNG facility.
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today denied the Jordan Cove LNG project and Pacific Connector fracked gas pipeline by rejecting their application for a Clean Water Act permit.
Fracked gas or stable climate? Fracking, pipelines, and methanol refineries contribute to climate change.
Today OPB broke a huge story about the Northwest Innovation Works proposal to build the world’s largest gas-to-methanol refinery in Kalama, WA.
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.
Fossil fuel companies are pushing projects to establish liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, pipelines, and fracked gas-to-methanol refineries in the Pacific Northwest.