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Minnesota Judge Allows Climate Necessity Defense In Upcoming “Valve-turner” Trial

Press Release – Shutitdowntoday: Bagley, Minnesota – October 17, 2017  In a precedent-setting ruling, a judge in Clearwater County, Minnesota has allowed defendants facing criminal charges for shutting down two Enbridge tar sands pipelines to present a “necessity defense” at their upcoming jury trial.  That will permit the defense to call scientists and other expert witnesses, and (More...)

File as an Intervenor on the Jordan Cove Project today!

Whether you are a landowner along the proposed route, or a concerned resident who loves hiking in the National Forests, or a business owner who is concerned about impacts, we all have a stake in ensuring the Pacific Connector pipeline/Jordan Cove projects do not get built. Anyone who meets the following criteria can intervene: 1) (More...)

Michael Foster, Valve Turner, Heads to Trial Monday, Oct 2 in North Dakota

September 27, from Jay O’Hara – Climate Disobedience Action Fund: Michael Foster knew what he had to do last October when he turned the valve that shut off the Keystone pipeline in North Dakota: “Stop the poison.” Next Monday, October 2nd, Michael will head to trial in Cavalier, North Dakota to make exactly that point: that (More...)

BREAKING – Key Permit Denied for Longview Coal Terminal Project

From the Dept of Ecology – State of Washington LONGVIEW, WASH. – The Washington Department of Ecology has denied a water quality permit sought by Millennium Bulk Terminals to construct and operate the largest coal export terminal in North America. (Note from 350 Eugene: This denial is a huge victory and a tribute to all (More...)

No LNG – Comments Needed re: Coos Bay Dredging Project

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District (Corps) intends to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to analyze the potential environmental effects of approving the Oregon International Port of Coos Bay’s (OIPCB) proposed Coos Bay Channel Modification Project. The OIPCB proposes to widen and deepen the Coos Bay Federal Navigation Project from the ocean (More...)