The Political Voice for the Environment
November 07, 2013 - Northwestern Washington’s Whatcom County had four seats up for grab on their seven member county council, members who will eventually vote on permits for the largest coal export terminal proposed for the West Coast.
October 02, 2013 - Seattle - Washington Conservation Voters, the political voice for the environment, today awarded State Senator Kevin Ranker (D-40) its highest honor by naming him the 2013 “Legislator of the Year.” Senator Ranker was bestowed this award for his outstanding leadership during and following the 2013 Legislative Session.
October 01, 2013 - Speaking at a late September rally to oppose the construction of a coal export terminal in this western Washington city, Dawson Dunning, a fifth generation Montana cattle rancher, called Longview the “most important city in Montana.”
September 18, 2013 - St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church pastor Kathleen Patton said she’s never thought of herself an environmental activist. But there she stood Tuesday, speaking in front of hundreds of environmentalists at an anti-coal rally and, later that evening, in front of thousands of people during a public hearing about the coal terminal proposed for Longview.
September 17, 2013 - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Washington State Department of Ecology will conduct separate reviews of proposals to expand state coal exports – not the joint reviews that had been planned, both agencies announced Friday.