As the fossil fuel industry increases pressure to turn the Pacific Northwest into a fossil fuel hub, a Thin Green Line stands in its way. Now that communities across the region have stopped numerous coal and oil projects, the industry is pushing even harder to build a massive LNG hybrid facility at the Port of Tacoma and the world’s largest methanol refineries in Kalama, WA and Clatskanie, OR.
Our new radio documentary HOLDING THE THIN GREEN LINE:
Brings together a diversity of voices including proponents of natural gas projects, who see it as a bridge fuel to the future, and opponents who believe that we need to transition swiftly to renewable energy solutions.
Provides a voice for climate activists and indigenous leaders waging a battle for environmental, social and climate justice.
The Pacific Northwest now stands at a crossroads. Help us tell the stories of these important community struggles by supporting HOLDING THE THIN GREEN LINE, and help shape the future of our region.
Scenes of holding the Thin Green Line in Kalama, WA and Tacoma, WA