On Indigenous Peoples’ Day, Yakama Nation, supported by Lummi Nation, called for the removal of John Day, The Dalles, and Bonneville dams. In doing so, the tribes announced a bold vision: a Columbia River teeming with salmon, a restored Celilo Falls, and a Pacific Northwest powered by clean energy.
Zenith Energy proposes new construction that could increase dangerous tar sands shipments down the Columbia River and through Portland. The company wants to build new pipes and leave existing pipes available to pump more heavy crude.
Youth activists are demanding climate justice and an end to fossil fuels. Hear what these activists have to say to Washington’s climate leaders about a proposal for the world’s largest fracked gas-to-methanol refinery in Kalama, WA.
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Portland and Astoria, this is your chance to see the awarding-winning films “Dammed to Extinction” and “A Healing Journey.” Hear about the struggle to protect and restore salmon and the unique orcas that depend on them.
For five years, SW Washington community members organized strong opposition to the world’s largest fracked gas-to-methanol refinery. This fall, volunteers gathered on Mondays at the Washington Department of Ecology to call on leaders to deny the project.
Nichols Natural Area Planting Party: October 19, 2019, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m., Hood River, OR. Help replant the site with native species to restore the Nichols Natural Area into thriving and vibrant riparian habitat.
Forgotten Toxic Waste Dump on the Columbia: November 20, 2019, 7 p.m. (doors 6 p.m.), Hood River, OR. Sense of Place talk with Lauren Goldberg, Columbia Riverkeeper; Rebeccah Winnier, Northwest Fish Hogs and Yakama Nation Tribal Member; and Laura Klasner Shira, Yakama Nation Fisheries Program.
PROTECT OUR CLIMATE: Join us in urging the Washington Department of Ecology to reject the Kalama refinery.