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Over 30 community organizations representing tens of thousands of people from across the Northwest urged the Washington Department of Ecology and Governor Jay Inslee to deny the world’s largest fracked gas-to-methanol refinery, proposed in Kalama, Washington.read more
Press Release: Community Members Urge Washington to Reject Kalama Methanol Refinery In Virtual Hearing
Out of the dozens of people who testified, the vast majority of people hammered on the proposed refinery’s enormous potential carbon pollution impact, over 4.6 million tons of greenhouse gas pollution each year—making it one of Washington’s largest sources of climate pollution if built.read more
The gas industry wants to build the world’s largest fracked gas-to-methanol refinery in Kalama, WA. You can weigh in and help stop this climate-busting polluter.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.