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Bellingham Mayor Pike to oppose coal terminal at Cherry Point

Bellingham Mayor Pike to oppose coal terminal at Cherry Point

In his statement, Pike says the environmental, health and economic costs to the city of Bellingham are too high, and the jobs the project promises to deliver are not enough to make up for those costs.

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Powering past coal in Bellingham

Powering past coal in Bellingham

More than 300 people packed into Mayor Dan Pike's community meeting Wednesday, June 1, to discuss concerns about the environmental and health impacts on the local community if a proposed coal and bulk cargo export terminal goes through at Cherry Point.

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Money blows in to a patch of Oregon known for its unrelenting winds

Money blows in to a patch of Oregon known for its unrelenting winds

In an area otherwise dominated by wheat farms, hundreds of 300-foot wind turbines now generate electricity, revenue and jobs.

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Jobs, schools and savings: A bipartisan solution in Salem

Jobs, schools and savings: A bipartisan solution in Salem

Oregon needs a solution that will put people to work in every corner of our state improving our schools to cut down on energy costs and creating healthy learning environments -- without costing new money that we just don't have.

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Sustainable aviation fuel could bring opportunity to Montana farmers

Sustainable aviation fuel could bring opportunity to Montana farmers

One of the prime sources of renewable jet fuels, called feedstocks, examined in a 10-month study on sustainable aviation fuels was camelina, a crop of increasing interest in north-central Montana.

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