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RSVP today to join us in Longview for our next (our last?) coal export hearing! #nocoal

Mon 1:00 PM PDTCowlitz County Expo Center 1900 7th Ave, Longview, WA 98632
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Women of Color Speak Out are in town tonight! Join us!

Thu 6:30 PM PDTFirst Unitarian PortlandPortland, OR
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So lucky to have two special guests from the Lummi Nation in town for the film screening of Our Sacred Obligation -- and just before the big win!!!

Portland Ecofilm Festival added 5 new photos — with Phillip Hillaire and 3 others.

Thanks to our special guests, filmmaker Freddie Lane and Master Carver Jewell James of the Lummi Nation, community partners Oregon Chapter, Sierra Club, Friends of the Columbia Gorge, Power Past Coal, our audience and volunteers at our screening of Our Sacred Obligation this past weekend!

Hooray, thank you Lummi Nation, and thank you Army Corps! We stopped those coal trains!

Today was a big day in the fight to protect our communities from dirty and dangerous coal exports!

Thank the Army Corps today for doing their duty by upholding the Lummi Nation's treaty rights -->

Thank the Army Corps today for doing their duty by upholding treaty rights and honoring the U.S. government’s commitment to those treaties!

How can we build a clean energy economy? Come join us for an inspiring new film!

Join me at this @Tugginc screening of Catching The Sun!

Victory -- we stopped the Otter Creek, Montana coal mine! Another blow to Arch Coal and their plans to export coal through the Pacific Northwest!

Victory! After years of organizing efforts to fight opening a mine at Otter Creek, Arch Coal is suspending its efforts, citing a weak coal market and its own financial constraints.

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Arch Coal suspended its application for a major coal mine in southeastern Montana on Thursday, two months after the industry giant filed for bankruptcy protection.

We did it! #ORLeg passes historic #CoalFreeOR legislation. Off #coal, 50% #cleanenergy. Thank you to our #ORLeg for #ActOnClimate leadership

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Join us Monday February 22nd to celebrate the Thin Green Line!

Mon 6:00 PM PSTWater Resources Education CenterVancouver, WA
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@intel we need you to support Oregon's transition off of coal and onto clean energy

"Since the bill was announced, a group called the Industrial Customers of Northwest Utilities (ICNU) has launched a massive campaign to stall the coal transitio...n legislation. While some of ICNU’s members like Intel, Microsoft and Legacy Health have generally been reliable clean energy champions, the group itself has ties to the coal industry and Koch Industries."

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February 9th - As your reading this, a crucial compromise is making its way through the Oregon legislature: the state could finally transition completely off coal power and double its renewable energy portfolio. Currently, Oregon still gets about 30% of its electricity from coal. This all comes from…
A bill in the legislature would transition Oregon off coal and double our renewable energy. It has broad support from many important stakeholders, and your legislators need to hear from you!
HB 4036 a win-win solution that sets Oregon on a 20-year path to phase out use of coal.
Mon 6:00 PM PSTSeiu LocalPortland, OR
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Oregon Beyond Coal added a new photo.
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"British Columbia, Oregon, and Washington have seen new active proposals for four new coal terminals, three expansions of existing terminals, two new oil pipelines, eleven oil-by-rail facilities, and six new natural gas pipelines.Each of the projects is distinct, but all can be denominated in a common currency: the tons of carbon dioxide emitted if the fossil fuels were burned. Taken together, these plans would be capable of delivering enough fuel to release 822 million metric tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere each year." #beyondoil #beyondcoal…/northwest-fossil-fuel-exports-2/

REPORT: Northwest Coal, Oil, & Gas Projects Would Have Carbon Emissions More than 5 Keystone XLs

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