Category: Propane

Portland City Council Passes Fossil Fuel Resolution!

  Portland Passes the Nation’s Strongest Binding Fossil Fuel Policy and Resolution Against Oil Trains!  On Nov. 12, 2015, the City of Portland took the national lead on climate policy by passing a strong resolution to oppose the expansion of

Mapping the Portlandia Fossil Fuel Corridor

It seems like just about every week Portland is receiving some sort of new award or recognition for sustainability. We certainly built up a legacy of ecological awareness early-on. Tom McCall, our republican governor in the 60’s and 70’s, advocated

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Climate Action Coalition Fights Climate Profiteers, Greenwashing – City Council Greenwashes Fracking

Yesterday, June 24th, the Climate Action Coalition took to the streets and City Hall to call for an end to the destruction of the climate and its open endorsement of the local fossil fuel economy. Although City Council decided to

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Zombie Propane export terminal to get new legs?

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Call, write, email Commissioner Fish; Portlanders have made it clear– We don’t want a Canadian-fracked China-exportin propane terminal in Portland! (503) 823-3589 1221 S.W. 4th, Room 240, Portland OR  97204   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Oregonian/OregonLive  —  Ted Sickinger —  May 22, 2015 A controversial propane

Propane Terminal Decision Goes To City Hall

Opponents of Pembina propane terminal pack PSC hearing

On Tuesday evening (April 7) the Portland Planning and Sustainability Commission voted 6-4 to allow the zoning and code changes necessary to permit the construction of the proposed Pembina propane terminal in North Portland at Port of Portland Terminal 6.

On KBOO: NW Fossil Fuel Corridor & Climate Change– February, 2015

Oil spill behind industrial fencing. Tank farm in the distance.

Reposted from NW fossil fuel corridor & climate change: citizens fight back against proposed gas export terminals Program: Wednesday Talk Radio— Stream HereAir date: Wed, 02/04/2015Short Description: Activists from around the region discuss their efforts to shut down controversial

Hundreds Rally Against Proposed Propane Terminal at Planning and Sustainability Commission Hearing

Rally Against Propane Terminal at Planning and Sustainability Commission hearing

Portland, OR – Tuesday: Hundreds gathered in a rally and packed the Planning and Sustainability Commission public hearing to show their opposition to the controversial propane terminal proposed by Pembina Pipeline Corporation. With standing room only, the Planning and Sustainability

Portland Mayor Hales Must Reject Proposed Propane Terminal

The following is a press release from the Climate Action Coalition: For immediate release: December 17, 2014 Media contact: Dr. Kelly O’Hanley, Climate Action Coalition, 503-880-8844 (cell) Adriana Voss-Andreae, M.D, PhD, 350PDX: 503-329-5302 (cell) Rev. Kate Lore, First Unitarian Church: