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The largest environmental protest in Baltimore, MD, called on political leaders to stop Dominion Power's Cove Point liquefied natural gas export terminal on the Chesapeake Bay.
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Article March 13, 2014

Coast-to-Coast Opposition to Exporting Dirty Energy

Communities nationwide are rejecting fossil fuel export facilities.

Coos Bay, Oregon.
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case May 29, 2013

Protecting Coos Bay Estuary from Massive Dredging Project

A coalition of local residents, grassroots environmental and clean-energy activists, represented by Earthjustice, have asked the Oregon Court of Appeals to put the brakes on an Oregon Department of State Lands’ dredging permit that paves the way for the Port of Coos Bay to export dangerous liquefied natural gas (LNG) or coal and other bulk…

Document May 28, 2013

Coos Bay Petition for Review

Press Release May 28, 2013

Coalition Takes Legal Action Against Massive Dredging Permit in Oregon

Permit for Coos Bay LNG & bulk terminal issued without adequate review

Article July 20, 2012

Will Oregon Follow Doctors’ Orders?

Listening to your doctor’s orders is usually a good idea. If your doctor prescribes you a medication and tells you to attend physical therapy, then you take the medication and you go to physical therapy. Now, imagine if 130 doctors all told you to do the same thing. You’d probably follow their orders, right? Well,…

The cumulative impacts of the proposed coal export terminals would be significant.
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Article May 18, 2012

Conflicts Over Coal Export in Pacific Northwest

With domestic demand for coal waning in the United States, coal companies seek to ship as much coal as possible from Montana and Wyoming’s Powder River Basin to emerging Asian economies. Earthjustice is calling for environmental review of proposed projects.

Article February 3, 2012

Coos Bay, Oregon is Coal Industry’s Latest Target

A new battle has emerged in the fight over proposed coal export terminals in the Pacific Northwest. The Oregon Department of State Lands recently issued a permit allowing the Port of Coos Bay to conduct the largest dredging project in an estuary in state history. The permit allows for dredging of the first 1.75 million…

Press Release January 18, 2012

Coalition Appeals Massive Dredging Permit for Coos Bay that Paves the Way for Export of Liquefied Natural Gas and Coal

Permit opens the door to dirty and dangerous fossil fuel exports in Oregon

Document January 17, 2012

Coos Bay Notice of Appeal