Stop the Northwest from becoming a conduit for dangerous coal exports

Currently, there are three proposed coal terminals in Washington and Oregon that together would export millions of tons of coal each year through communities in the Pacific Northwest.

Given the devastating impacts to air, water, climate and human health, an Environmental Impact Statement must be prepared for each individual project. The federal agencies involved should also conduct an in-depth, area-wide environmental review that considers the damage caused by mining, shipping and burning the coal, prior to any permits being issued.

Please write to the Army Corps of Engineers and call on them to perform individual Environmental Impact Statements and an in-depth, area-wide EIS for any current or future proposed coal export facility. Your message will be copied to your members of Congress, too, to make sure they stay updated on the fight against coal exports.

Send your letter below and help the Pacific Northwest move past coal!

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