Victory: WA Denies Kalama Methanol Refinery January 27, 2021

Last week the Washington state Dept. of Ecology denied permits for a proposal to build the world’s largest fracked gas-to-methanol refinery along the shores of the Columbia River in Kalama, on the ancestral lands of the Cowlitz People. Washington PSR worked with coalition partners to oppose this dangerous project, bringing the health voice through op-eds, lawsuits, emails, and protests.

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PSR National Welcomes Our Spring 2024 Cohort of Next Generation Climate and Health Ambassadors 

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