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Overwhelming majority of crowd oppose largest proposed crude oil terminal in North America.
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Historic Action Taken By Portland City Council Today to Protect our Health and Climate
The policy opposes all project proposals that would increase crude oil being transported by rail through Portland and Vancouver.
“An unacceptable threat to human health and safety.” That’s how more than 300 medical professionals are describing plans to build out crude oil-by-rail facilities in the Northwest.Source: Sightline
NRC requires proof from Energy Northwest that Hanford nuclear plant is safe from earthquakes Watchdog groups say reactors not licensed for stronger quakes must be shut down, file petition with Nuclear Regulatory Commission to order crack fixed in 32 year old Columbia Generating Station nuclear plant’s reactor vessel
Nearly 300 doctors, nurses and other health professionals called on Washington Governor Jay Inslee and Oregon Governor Kate Brown to deny permits for proposed new and expanded oil-by-rail facilities.
If Pembina brings this project to the Portland City Council for a vote, it will lose the vote in the face of fierce opposition from a powerful coalition working to protect the health of our climate and communities.
Read about our efforts to prevent dangerous oil shipment and storage in our region, shut down the Northwest’s last commercial nuclear power plant, support the transition from coal to clean energy, and much more.
An updated study for Oregon and Washington PSR finds that a recent uranium contract is likely to cost Pacific Northwest ratepayers more than $250 million.