The Department of Ecology is working on new rules to determine how fossil fuel projects will be evaluated. Coal, oil, and fracked gas wreak havoc on our climate, put our health and safety at risk, and harm low-income communities of color. But together, we can take action to protect our communities and our environment! We want the Department of Ecology to prioritize the health and safety of communities over fossil fuel profits, utilize the best available science, and center the concerns of frontline communities.
New Rules for Fossil Fuels


For years, our partners across the Northwest have stood up to fossil fuel projects in our backyard. Now, we have a BIG opportunity to get ahead of industry by making sure fossil fuel projects are fairly put under the microscope. Join us to learn more about this exciting new campaign! Join us tomorrow evening for the next webinar in the series!

Register here!

Climate Justice is Protecting Community Health Tuesday, March 9th 6:30 – 8pm

Centering Frontline Communities Tuesday, March 23rd 6:30 – 8pm

Register here for one or both of the events! Each event will be unique with a different action for participants to take.

With stronger protections, Ecology and other state agencies will have a clearer picture of the human and climate impacts of these projects. This will create a precedent for striking down fossil fuel projects that pollute our communities. Now is our opportunity to get ahead of industry and  to change the rules of the game. We need to fight for science and for the communities most impacted from fossil fuels to be heard. It’s going to take support from all over the state and we look forward to having you join us!

Join us to learn about how climate, health and justice are connected in this process and what you can do to help!

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