Jeanne –

The Northwest is choking on smoke from climate change-fueled wildfires, but that hasn’t stopped the fossil fuel industry from pushing pollution on our communities.

The proposed Kalama methanol refinery would be the world’s largest methanol refinery and one of the biggest polluters in Washington, adding 4.6 million metric tons of climate pollution every year for the next 40 years.

We can stop this toxic fossil fuel project – but only if thousands of Washington residents take action together. That’s why in the coming weeks, we’ll be showing up to virtual public meetings at the Department of Ecology, submitting comments, sending letters to the editor, and getting the word out in our communities.

Will you join us? Here are 3 powerful ways you can take action from home:

1. Attend the No Methanol! Pre-hearing rally and comment workshop
Monday, September 14, 6:00–7:30pm, online. RSVP here.

2. Sign up to give a public comment at the Department of Ecology hearings:
Thursday, September 17, 1:00–5:00pm, online. RSVP here.
Tuesday, September 22, 10:00am and 6:00pm, online. RSVP here.

3. Can’t make those dates? You can still add your voice to help shut this project down: submit an online comment here. Or spread the word: write a letter to an editor and post to social media.

In solidarity,

Jess and Neal, 350 Seattle Keep it in the Ground



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