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Sewers shut off, water aquifers dry as Mosier deals with oil train derailment aftermath
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FRA Launches Website for States and Municipalities to Request Rail Bridge Inspection Reports (plenty are in bad shape!)
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"Climatologists say Syria is a grim preview of what could be in store for the larger Middle East, the Mediterranean and other parts of the world. The drought, they maintain, was exacerbated by climate change. The Fertile Crescent—the birthplace of agriculture some 12,000 years ago—is drying out. Syria's drought has destroyed crops, killed livestock and displaced as many as 1.5 million Syrian farmers. In the process, it touched off the social turmoil that burst into civil war, according to a study published in March in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA."

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China is seeking to tap the flood of cheap natural gas coming from the interior of North America by converting it to methanol at three huge refineries in Washington and Oregon.
The processing plants, collectively called Northwest Innovation Works, have received little attention despite their head-snapping impact:
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NEW Scoping comment period deadline
March 4, 2016, 5 pm
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Hearing Added and Deadline Extended for Tacoma Methanol Plant
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Hundreds Turned Away at Tacoma Methanol Scoping Hearing
http://cleanharbor.blogspot.com/2016/01/hundreds-turned-away-at-tacoma-methanol.html
China is seeking to tap the flood of cheap natural gas coming from the interior of North America by converting it to methanol at three huge refineries in Washington and Oregon.

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“They are protecting their own culture and their children’s children, but they are also protecting everyone else,” said Beth Brownfield, a Bellingham resident whose church has made common cause with the Lummi.

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“They are protecting their own culture and their children’s children, but they are also protecting everyone else,” said Beth Brownfield, a Bellingham resident whose church has made common cause with the Lummi.
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Northwest Tribes unite against giant coal, oil projects
Lummi hereditary chief Bill James, on the
beach at Cherry Point, says saving it is to preserve “the tribe’s very
way of life.” It’s the site of an ancient Lummi village. (Alan
Berner/The Seattle Times) Northwest Tribes unite against giant coal, oil proj...
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