Why we testified against the LNG plant in the Tideflats, a fall event announcement, and more in August
We’re hosting a Port Commission debate, pushing against oil expansion in the Port, and more in July
A lot has happened in Tacoma since our last newsletter. We held one of our most successful fundraisers ever at the Foss Waterway Seaport on April 13 (we’re still crunching numbers and will let everyone know exactly how successful it was soon!).
Tacoma has repaired itself despite decades of damage from harsh industry practices, but there are still many environmental wounds we need to heal.
We’ve submitted comments on projects that would have impacts on endangered salmon, and laid out some of the key state legislation we’re keeping an eye on.
There’s an whole lot going on in Tacoma, so here’s a quick rundown of where issues we’ve all been working on in the last few months stand:
This year, the Southern Residents captured our attention like never before. Read More...
Read CHB's open letter to the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency stating our opposition to the proposed LNG facility in Tacoma.
As the weather gets colder, the environmental action in Tacoma is heating up. October is possibly the busiest month of 2018, and what happens will determine the impact of the pause on fossil fuels in Tacoma, the LNG facility, the future of the Tideflats, and the Ruston Way waterfront.