Category Archives: Oil and Gas

How to Submit Comment on BP Cherry Point Dock EIS

Public Comment Period ends on August 6th!   Draft EIS re BP Cherry Point North Wing dock:   Following is a compilation of references, resources, and information on how, where and what to comment on this draft Environmental Impact Statement. For … Continue reading

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Comment on Proposed EPA Clean Power Plant Rules

Opportunities for Public Comments on Proposed Rules with Climate Impacts: EPA Proposed Clean Power Plant Rule: On June 2, 2014, EPA proposed a commonsense plan to cut carbon pollution from power plants. States, cities and businesses across the country are already taking … Continue reading

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SEA at Oil Refinery Hearing April 30th

SEActivists attended and spoke at the Northwest Clean Air Agency hearing in Mount Vernon on April 30th joining with others to express concern about the increased oil transport to refineries such as the Shell Refinery at Anacortes, Wa. Other news … Continue reading

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Hundreds of Keystone Protesters Arrested Outside of White House

This past weekend hundreds of mainly college students who had marched from Georgetown University protested at the White House against the proposed 1,700 mile crude oil pipeline from the Alberta Tar Sands in Canada across the border to refineries near … Continue reading

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A Letter to Seattle Council on Oil Trains

A Seattle Climate Activist, Linda M attended the City Hall rally and sent the following email to Seattle City Council Members regarding the need to immediately stop oil trains coming through Seattle before an explosion or derailment causes a disaster, … Continue reading

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SEActivists Join Public at Rallies to Voice Opposition to TPP and Keystone Pipeline

At two recent public events, SEActivists joined and supported public demonstrations against the proposed Trans Pacific Partnership Trade Agreement that would restrict the ability of governments to impose labor and environmental restrictions and against the possibility of federal approval of … Continue reading

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