Why we resist

At the risk of speaking for others, without explicit agency to do so, I submit for you to consider this articulate Sightline article. Eric dePlace has done a great job describing what is at risk on the Port of Tacoma if the Port Board is allowed to continue to build a portfolio of fossil fuel investments. Not just the LNG plant, not just a methanol plant, but a full-on portfolio of fossil fuel projects.

Their thinking goes something like “it’s a brownfield, anyway, so….” and “money!!!”

I stand with the Salish Sea, in the absolute belief that healing can happen, if we build a different relationship with the Salish Sea. Go follow those guys and make a contribution if you feel led. They are doing good work. 

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