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Washington leaders are set to make a consequential choice by 2021. Will the state deny or approve a massive fracked gas-to-methanol refinery in Kalama, WA? Take action and urge Washington to deny Kalama Methanolread more
Press Release: Youth Activists Deliver Letter to Governor Brown, Oregon Department of Energy from 14 Organizations, Demanding Action Against Major Fracked Gas Project
The letter, signed by 14 organizations, was delivered in person by a group of activists from 350PDX and Sunrise Movement PDX during a socially-distanced, masked, COVID-19-safe visibility event with hand-painted banners that read “Gov Brown: no new fracked gas power plant” and “the climate crisis is here.”read more
Columbia Riverkeeper filed a 60-day notice of intent to sue under the Clean Water Act alleging that the developer of the proposed 415-MW Perennial Wind Chaser fracked gas power plant near Umatilla, OR, violated Oregon law when it began construction on a road for the project without having first obtained a key construction stormwater permit.read more
The Pacific Northwest is facing a new wave of fossil fuel projects around fracked gas. At the same time, the West is experiencing increased oil and gas leasing and drilling for fracked gas that will negatively impact western communities.
Fracked gas pollutes air and water, putting the health of our families and the health of the places we live, work and play at risk. Children, elders, people of color and low income community members are disproportionately affected by the impacts of fracking and climate change. Every choice for fossil fuels is a choice against clean energy and healthy communities. New fracked gas infrastructure, like pipelines, export terminals, and powerplants, takes us backward.