Summer Heat – Join Us on the River – July 27th!

Pacific Northwest Says NO to fossil fuel exports!

The Pacific Northwest is under attack.  We will fight back: defending what we love, and our climate future.  Big coal, oil, and gas plan to transform the NW coastline from Oregon up to Alaska into a vast fossil fuel corridor with over 15 export terminals proposed.

On July 27th folks from throughout the Northwest will come together joining national Summer Heat actions for a fun and family-friendly action, combining fights to stop energy extraction, export and infrastructure development. We wanna demonstrate what it’ll look like if fossil fuel corporations try to imperil the climate by moving fossil fuels down the Columbia.

Sign up and register to attend, ideally with a kayak or sail boat though we need you on the land as well!  Sign up to attend, spread the word on social media and start talking about regional carpools!

What: NW Says NO to fossil fuel export
Where: Columbia River, Vancouver Landing (West of 100 Columbia Street, Vancouver, WA)
When: Main action: July 27th, workshops from 10:00-12:30, speakers from around the region from 12:30-1:30 and then an action at 1:30! Facebook
Why: If they can’t ship it, then they can’t sell it. And that means it says in the ground.

Lead up Events:

  • July 10th – 6:30-8:30 – Rising Tide Orientation and Plug-In for Summer Heat – Laughing Horse Books (12 NE 10th Ave, Portland, OR) – Facebook
  • July 17th – 7:30-9:00 – Bill McKibben – Gaiser Hall, Clark College (1933 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver, WA) – Get tickets here: http://pnw-summerheat.eventbrite.com/
  • July 23rd – 6:30-8:30 – Fossil Fuel Export Forum – Leaven Community Center (5431 NE 20th Ave, Portland, OR) – Facebook

This will be a big, bold and beautiful day and we need you to make this historic event a success. We need help with everything from food preparation, banner painting, to driving boats, parking, graphic design and spreading the word. Sign up here to let us know you are coming and to get involved.

Organized by: Portland Rising Tide and 350 Portland

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