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Faith Leaders Oppose Oakland Coal Exports; Voters Agree

Poll Reveals that over 75 percent of Oakland Voters Oppose Export Proposal Oakland, Calif. - Today, leaders from diverse faith communities came together to oppose the proposal to export coal through Oakland, and to call on the Oakland City Council to protect their communities by standing up to out of state coal companies. At the faith leaders rally, which was followed by a prayer vigil, the Sierra Club also released a new poll that found that 76 percent of Oakland voters oppose the coal export proposal. The poll found that 47 percent of Oakland voters have heard about the proposal to transport coal through their city, and these voters are decide...

‘The Tides Are Turning’: Portland Passes Landmark Resolution Against Fossil Fuel Infrastructure

Orginally published on Friday, November 13, 2015 by Common Dreams 'It’s a powerful sign that the the fossil fuel era is beginning to come to an end' by Andrea Germanos, staff writer In what climate activists are celebrating as a "landmark" win, the Portland (Oregon) City Council on Thursday unanimously voted to pass a resolution opposing the expansion of fossil fuel infrastructure in the city and its adjacent waterways. "This is a huge victory for the movement and for climate stability," stated Mia Reback, climate organizer for 350PDX, which joined groups including Rising Tide, Columbia Riverkeep...