Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) in the Northwest:
Climate change, energy and the movement against new fossil fuel imports
Event Date: 7/7/2009
Tuesday, July 7th 7-9pm at The Sustainable Living Center, 2309 Meridian St., Bellingham (above The RE Store). Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) in the Northwest: Climate change, energy and the movement against new fossil fuel imports. Join Dan Serres, Conservation Director of the Columbia Riverkeeper to screen the film, "Crossroads on the Columbia," and discuss the details of proposed LNG terminals in Washington State.
About the film: Crossroads on the Columbia chronicles a community's response to private energy investment companies' proposals to build controversial Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) receiving terminals on the lower Columbia River near the historic town of Astoria, Oregon. The passion and power of grass roots activism set against the backdrop of the beauty, heritage and history of the Columbia Pacific Region make this a compelling story of America at the crossroads of fossil fuel dependence, renewable energy and decisions over who controls our air, water and economy.
For more information, please contact MonicaLVaughan@gmail.com, (541) 521-1832 or Wendy Steffensen, the North Sound Baykeeper, at firstname.lastname@example.org (360) 733-8307. Sponsored by Sierra Club, Columbia Riverkeeper, 1Sky, Focus the Nation, North Sound Baykeeper, and Pipeline Safety Trust.