Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Coal-Exports-Caravan-Tour-in-US-27MZIFVC4H1J.htmlConceptually similarCoal Exports Caravan Tour in USGP04W7ACompleted★★★★Coal Exports Caravan Tour in USGP04W7BCompleted★★★★Coal Exports Caravan Tour in USGP04W6WCompleted★★★★Coal Exports Caravan Tour in USGP04W97Completed★★★★Coal Exports Caravan Tour in USGP04W87Completed★★★★Coal Exports Caravan Tour in USGP04W86Completed★★★★Coal Exports Caravan Tour in USGP04W78Completed★★★★Coal Exports Caravan Tour in USGP04W8FCompleted★★★★Coal Exports Caravan Tour in USGP04W8HCompleted★★★★View AllGP04W79Coal Exports Caravan Tour in USActivists hold a "#stopcoalexports" banner at the Port of Morrow. There is a proposal to expand shipments of Powder River Basin coal to the Port of Morrow. Greenpeace is working with residents and coalition partners to defeat proposals to export Powder River Basin coal from Columbia River ports. Coal companies are spending millions trying to build export facilities in the Pacific Northwest.Locations:North America-United States of America-Washington (state)Date:7 Aug, 2012Credit:© Greenpeace / Mitchell WenkusMaximum size:5058px X 3372pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Activists-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Coal-Day-Grass-KWCI (GPI)-Non-renewable energy-Outdoors-Rivers-Small group of people-TreesShoot:Coal Exports Caravan Tour in USGreenpeace activists protest coal exports while on tour in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana, US. Coal exports create a threat to sites in the areas, including the Hood River and the Columbia River Gorge. Coal companies are spending millions trying to build export facilities in the Pacific Northwest. These coal export terminals would not only harm the health of the people living near them, but also exasperate climate change.