Our latest action alerts, blog posts, and media highlights
“The Kalama Lateral Pipeline would create a three-mile-long scar across Cowlitz County. It’s wrong to place the interests of fossil fuel corporations above those of private landowners” -Jasmine Zimmer-Stucky, Senior Organizer with Columbia Riverkeeper.
“Oil pollution from dams must stop. People rely on clean water and healthy salmon runs. It’s past time for the public utility districts to protect clean water in the Columbia Basin” -Brett VandenHeuvel, Executive Director for Columbia Riverkeeper.
We are excited to announce our newest team member Sandy Wright, Development Director. Shortly before joining Riverkeeper, Sandy visited the headwaters of the Columbia and beyond.
We share our deepest condolences on the passing of Jake Jacob—a good friend, visionary, and fierce advocate for the Columbia.
Portland Clean Energy Initiative ensures that large retail corporations making over $1 billion a year pay their fair share on the revenues they make here in Portland.
Fact: 42% of Longview’s youth live within 1.5 miles of the proposed anhydrous ammonia facility.
Read a snapshot of how Columbia Riverkeeper is defending your victory over coal export.
The Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology) wants your input on a proposed cleanup plan for the Millennium coal terminal site—the former Reynolds Aluminum Smelter.
FOIA Lawsuit: U.S. Dept. of Energy Withholding Info about Financial Aid for Proposed Petrochemical Plant
"For over eight months, the Department of Energy has refused to turn over this public information. NWIW’s refinery would consume more fracked gas than every gas-fired power plant in Washington State combined and rank among the state’s leading causes of greenhouse gas pollution.
"Today’s settlement is an important victory for people that eat locally caught fish and rely on Oregon rivers for drinking water and recreation.