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Power Past Coal

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Power Past Coal is an ever-growing alliance of health, environmental, businesses, clean-energy, faith and community groups working to stop coal export off the West Coast. There are over 100 organizations that are part of the coalition.

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Thursday
Jun
4
2015
Thursday, June 4, 2015 from 6:30-9pm
6:30-9pm
There are a number of upcoming opportunities to raise our voices opposing oil and coal proposals and in favor of a clean energy future. If we can speak truth to power at the upcoming public hearings, we can beat destructive fossil fuel projects back. Our united people powered voice has led to recent victories in the Pacific Northwest -- stopping two propane proposals on the Columbia River and four coal export projects throughout the region. But we can’t do this without you! Attend a public forum to learn how to stop Big Oil and Dirty Coal companies from turning our region into a fossil fuel hub. At the forum, panelists will provide details about what’s at stake, how to protect our region from fossil fuel threats, and how you can take action at public hearings to stop these toxic proposals. WHAT: Portland Fossil Fuel Projects Forum WHEN: Thursday, June 4, 2015 at 7:00 PM (doors open at 6:30 PM for refreshments) WHERE: Central Lutheran Church 1820 NE 21st Ave, Portland, OR 97212 RSVP today to join local community leaders for an open dialogue about coal and oil projects in the Pacific Northwest. It’s up to us make sure that Washington’s Governor Inslee and decision-makers do all they can to prevent a massive increase in fossil fuel development and transportation across our region. The event is free and open to the public, but please arrive early for refreshments, seating, and to visit partnering organizations. As always, please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions!
Monday
Apr
28
2014
Monday, April 28, 2014 from 7-10pm
7-10pm
Momenta, a documentary about coal export, is back by popular demand! We’re at a critical time in the coal export fight and we need everyone to see this film before Governor Kitzhaber and the Department of State Lands issue their permit decision for Ambre Energy’s Morrow Pacific coal export project. So, mark your calendars, invite friends and join us for a great night of film and prizes from sponsors like Snocru, Polar and Sierra Nevada! Momenta captures stories from the mines of Montana and Wyoming to the ports threatened by Big Coal. Through stunning footage of the American west and unique stories about coal export, the climate and our clean energy future, Momenta proves its place amongst the top documentaries of 2014. The film is narrated by world-renowned climber, Conrad Anker, and features environmentalist Bill McKibben and professional snowboarder Jeremy Jones. The film also has a few of your hometown favorites from the coal export campaign, like Riverkeeper’s Executive Director Brett VandenHeuvel and Jasmine Zimmer-Stucky. “Momenta is about you, me, everyone who lives here, loves it and cares about what happens to our planet,” says Eric Wallis, the Portland-based producer of Momenta. “We set out making this film to demonstrate the overwhelming unpopularity of coal export and crossroads of the American west: old innovation vs. new. We want it to be a step towards winning the campaign against coal export.” $10 suggested donation at the door, includes raffle ticket for great outdoor gear. No one turned away for lack of funds.
Thursday
Apr
17
2014
Thursday, April 17, 2014 from 8am-10pm
8am-10pm
Venue:
@
KBOO Radio
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Wednesday
Sep
25
2013
Wednesday, September 25, 2013 from 4-8pm
4-8pm
We have a critical opportunity to stop coal export. A coal export terminal in Longview threatens the health, public safety, and economic vitality of our communities. The Environmental Impact Statement must consider a broad scope of impacts. Please RSVP http://www.powerpastcoal.org/spokane-scoping/?cid=168