Save the Date! March 8:
What: People's Hearing & Rally
Where: Pioneer Square
When: 3/8/14 12PM - 2PM.
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We need the Governor to act now.
We need a real commitment to keep dirty coal out of Oregon. Call Governor Kitzhaber’s citizen representative office TODAY and urge him to stop coal exports: (503) 378-4582.
News update: glass half empty, glass half full...DEQ requires 401 water certification before Ambre energy can proceed, but issues 3 permits Click here to learn more.
What can you do to help? Write a letter to the editor! Contact email@example.com for more information.
Are you, or do you know, an Oregon business leader? Would your company oppose coal exports? Join over 100 Oregon businesses in taking a stand against this project
Are you an Oregon health care professional? Are you opposed to coal exports? Join over 500 Oregon health care professionals in taking a stand against this project.
|Vancouver Oil Terminal||(ended)||December 18, 2013|
|MILLENNIUM Bulk Terminals-Longview EIS Environmental Impact Statements||(ended)||November 18, 2013|
Oregon LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas)
October 29th in Vancouver was a very important scoping hearing on the Vancouver Oil Terminal! (Oil is a fossil fuel, too.)
There is news about that very successful hearing that you can look at here.
Australian company Ambre Energy wants to export 44 million tons of coal through Longview, which could bring 16 coal trains a day through the Columbia River Gorge , Portland, and Southwest Washington. Between dangerous coal dust, diesel and carbon pollution, and mile and a half long trains cutting through our neighborhoods – this is bad news. We need your help to stop Big Coal from moving forward with this dirty and dangerous proposal. Attending the upcoming hearing on October 9th is the best way to do that.
It is believed that Ambre Energy has been unable to submit supporting information needed for a planned Nov 1, 2013 decision by the Oregon Land Board on the Morrow Pacific Coal Terminal permit requirements, and will therefore accept a delay on the decision until approximately April 1, 2014. This will provide an extra opportunity for us to convince the Oregon Land Board that there can not be a convincing argument made that this project will not terribly damage Oregon lands.