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

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

Reposted from KBOO.fm

NW fossil fuel corridor & climate change: citizens fight back against proposed gas export terminals

A pond full of fossil fuel muck, oil probably, surrounded by a fence. There is a tank farm in the distance. All of it is under a clear blue sky.
Photo: KBOO.fm

Program: Wednesday Talk Radio— Stream Here
Air date: Wed, 02/04/2015
Short Description: Activists from around the region discuss their efforts to shut down controversial projects
Continuing our coverage of accelerating climate change and the Fossil Fuel industries’ attempt to transform the West Coast of the U.S. and Canada into a massive export colony for the global economy.


Guests will include:

Pembina Propane terminal in Portland:
Daphne Wysham, Center for a Sustainable Economy
Bob Sallinger, Conservation Director, Audubon of Portland (not yet confirmed)
Mike Stanton, President, ILWU (not yet confirmed)

Jordan Cove Liquified Natural Gas terminal in Coos Bay & Pacific Connector Pipeline:
Francis Eatherington, Conservation Director, Cascadia Wildlands

Warrenton LNG terminal/ Oregon LNG:
Laurie Caplan, Co-chair, Columbia Pacific Common Sense

See also previous shows on the “Methane Time Bomb“and the Pembina Propane Terminal.

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