One day after the State of Oregon denied another key permit for Jordan Cove LNG, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission votes 2-1 to delay approval process! FEBRUARY 20, 2020 | … Continue reading FERC Votes 2-1 to Not Move Fracked Gas Pipeline Forward!
Blog: Jordan Cove LNG knocked to its knees
by Francis Eatherington, Cascadia Wildlands Umpqua Regional Advisor Last week, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) denied the Jordan Cove Project. We were shocked as FERC is known as … Continue reading Blog: Jordan Cove LNG knocked to its knees
FERC Denies Jordan Cove LNG Permit! Major Victory for Oregon
Friday, March 11, 2016: The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) laid out a major victory today for Oregon communities, wildlife, waterways, and wildlands, when they DENIED the plans to construct … Continue reading FERC Denies Jordan Cove LNG Permit! Major Victory for Oregon
Kate Brown and Green Agendas
Eugene Weekly by Camilla Mortensen While her previous position as Oregon’s secretary of state typically did not put her in the environmental spotlight, Oregon’s new Governor Kate Brown is … Continue reading Kate Brown and Green Agendas
Living in the Age of Returns and Firsts
By Maya Rommwatt, Communications and Development Intern On February 13th, comments are due to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on the Jordan Cove LNG project. The potentially catastrophic project … Continue reading Living in the Age of Returns and Firsts
A Trip to Washington DC
By Francis Eatherington During the week of June 16, representatives of Cascadia Wildlands, Oregon Wild, and KS Wild traveled to Washington DC to discuss two bills, one from Senator Wyden … Continue reading A Trip to Washington DC
Ninkasi T-shirt: Art Imitates Life But Also Inspires Action
By Bob Ferris Our new collaborative T-shirt design with Ninkasi speaks symbolically and literally for rivers (at right). For instance, the river flowing out of us on the shirt and … Continue reading Ninkasi T-shirt: Art Imitates Life But Also Inspires Action
The Pteropod in the Coal Mind
By Bob Ferris The below video link from a Seattle Times article is important. VIDEO LINK Now you might not have heard of pteropods before, but you … Continue reading The Pteropod in the Coal Mind
Interior Department: The Need for a Gumption Pill
By Bob Ferris gump•tion [guhmp-shuhn] noun Informal. 1. initiative; aggressiveness; resourcefulness: With his gumption he'll make a success of himself. 2. courage; spunk; guts: It takes gumption to quit … Continue reading Interior Department: The Need for a Gumption Pill
Putting the Cap on Coal Trains?
By Camilla Mortensen Eugene Weekly April 4, 2013 Bad news for coal is good news for clean energy advocates and conservationists: Not only has the Port of Coos … Continue reading Putting the Cap on Coal Trains?