Last Friday, the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency announced that it won’t be requiring additional environmental review for Puget Sound Energy’s Tacoma LNG facility—essentially giving this toxic fracked gas project the green light to pollute our air, our water and climate.

In response, Puyallup Chairman Bill Sterud said: “Today, we call on Governor Inslee and the Washington Department of Ecology to initiate a supplemental review… we demand a legitimate review that honors the Tribe’s legal rights to consultation, that evaluates the many changes to the project, and that fairly weighs the science of methane leaks from fracked gas infrastructure.”

Will you stand with Puyallup and urge Governor Inslee to initiate a supplemental review? With local permitting agencies giving this toxic project a pass, it’s now up to Gov. Inslee to take a stand for treaty rights and our healthy climate future.

Will you stand with the Puyallup Tribe and call Gov. Inslee today? Call info and sample script here.

In solidarity,

Stacey Oaks, 350 Seattle

Photo: Dan Villa

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