Say No to North America's Largest Coal Export Terminal
Burning coal exports from the Pacific Northwest to Asia could lead to nearly as much global warming pollution as the Keystone XL pipeline. Coal export terminals also threaten to pollute air waterways, sensitive marine ecosystems and violate the sovereignty of local peoples.
Luckily, 3 of 6 proposed terminals have already been stopped following grassroots pressure. And now, even banks like Goldman Sachs are backing out of coal export investments. The Army Corps of Engineers is currently reviewing the environmental impacts of the largest coal export terminal in Cherry Point, WA. Its assessment will have a critical influence on whether the proposed terminal is built.
Tell the Army Corps to assess the coal terminal's full threat to people, the environment and climate in its Environmental Impact Statement.
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