Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Coal-Exports-Protest-in-Oregon-27MZIFVMQ7MS.htmlConceptually similarCoal Exports Protest in OregonGP04ASTCompleted★★★★Coal Exports Protest in OregonGP04ASSCompleted★★★★Coal Exports Protest in OregonGP04AT0Completed★★★★Coal Exports Protest in OregonGP04AT5Completed★★★★Coal Exports Protest in OregonGP04ASUCompleted★★★★Coal Exports Protest in OregonGP04AT8Completed★★★★Coal Exports Protest in OregonGP04AT2Completed★★★★Coal Exports Protest in OregonGP04AT1Completed★★★★Coal Exports Protest in OregonGP04ATBCompleted★★★★View AllGP04ASVCoal Exports Protest in OregonGreenpeace Field Organizer Bethany Cotton paddles ahead of Portlander and avid lover of the outdoors Lori Ann Burd upstream in Bradbury Slough. Both women think the river is for paddlers, sturgeon, salmon and eagles, not Australian coal companies who want to profit by poisoning a public resource. * City: Mayger * State: OregonLocations:Oregon-United States of AmericaDate:26 Oct, 2010Credit:© Adam Mills Elliot / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3908px X 3055pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Activists-Autumn-Climate (campaign title)-Coal-Day-Greenpeace activists-Kayaks-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Rivers-Two peopleShoot:Coal Protest Columbia RiverGreenpeace Semester Students joined with Columbia Riverkeeper and local activists to display banners on the shore of the Columbia River and on the surface as well as a kayak expedition through Bradbury Slough off the main stem of the Columbia River to draw attention to the dangers of Ambre Energy's Morrow Pacific coal export proposal. Thousands of citizens are calling on Oregon Gov. John Kitzahaber to deny Ambre's plan to turn a cherished public resource, the Columbia River Gorge, into a dirty coal chute, and convert Bradbury Slough from important juvenile salmon habitat into a coal barge parking lot.