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The Thin Green Line Is People: Documenting Pacific Northwest Fossil Fuel Resistance
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Activist Oral Histories
Lectures by Experts on the Climate Crisis
Tribal- and NGO-produced Videos: 
  • Tacoma Residents Fight Fracked Gas Terminal
     
  • The People vs. Kinder Morgan, Part
  • “Stop the Pacific Connector Pipeline and Jordan Cove LNG Export Terminal,” Video created by Purcell Productions LLC for Klamath Tribes and Rogue Climate
  • “The Children’s Climate Crusade”: Bill Moyers Interviews Prof. Mary Wood, Philip H. Knight Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the University of Oregon Environmenal and Natural Resources Law Center
  • “Withdrawing Consent from Catastrophe”: “Valve Turner” Emily Johnston speaks at the Northlake Unitarian Universalist Church, Kirkland, Washington, May 21, 2017
  • “Mosier Fire Chief Jim Appleton speaks out on transporting oil by rail and the potential catastrophe had the June 3 [2016]oil train derailment in Mosier happened on a typically windy Columbia Gorge day.”
  • “Fossil Fuels Future in the Pacific Northwest, Dave Delk interviews Dan Serres, Conservation Director of Columbia Riverkeeper. Dan describes the demise of most fossil fuel projects in the Pacific Northwest as well as the current state of those that remain” – March 14, 2014.

  • “Protecting the Future of the Pacific Northwest” with a focus on impacts to the Salish Sea and San Juan Islands
  • KATU coverage of the Portland St. John’s Bridge kayaktivist and Greenpeace blockade of Shell’s Fennica icebreaker
  • “Battling the Death Star, Seattle ‘kayaktivists’ slow arctic bound oil rig as fight goes on,” Democracy Now, May 16, 2015,