October 2019 – PNW News

Pipeline protestors block trains at Port of Vancouver

In westbound oil trains, worries focus on the next big spill

Letters to the editor for Oct. 10

Green clout: You made me Governor, Inslee tells conservation voters

Refineries push back against Washington crude-by-rail law; IMO 2020 cited

B.C. government to study proposal to build LNG ship-refuelling facility

B.C. government joins LNG bunkering push

Seattle taxes oil heating, postpones action on natural gas

FERC postpones Jordan Cove LNG EIS decision

Microsoft pledges climate action even as it helps Big Oil drill faster

A deep dive on what Spokane candidates had to say about climate change

In Our View: State on right side of pipeline expansion issue

Refineries push back against Washington crude-by-rail law; IMO 2020 cited

LISTEN IN: NEW AUDIO DOCUMENTARY ‘HOLDING THE THIN GREEN LINE’
The project explains the stakes if some of the largest fossil fuel projects in the Northwest come to pass.

Department of Ecology says more information needed before a decision on proposed Kalama methanol plant

Kalama methanol plant decision delayed

SHOULD NORTHWEST CITIES BAN FRACKED GAS IN NEW BUILDINGS?

Guest View: Standing for indigenous rights

Environment groups score court win over refinery project