Stop the Threat to Orcas from Dirty Coal

Progress: 80%
Progress: 80%
Alerts Taken: 60133     Goal: 75000

Right now, the Northwest's orcas and salmon are facing a massive new threat.

Currently there are proposals to send as much as 150 million tons of coal each year on trains, barges, and supertankers through the Pacific Northwest to foreign markets.

These activities would spew toxic coal pollution and diesel emissions that would contaminate the Northwest waterways that orcas and salmon depend on.

Thanks to pressure from people like you, three of the originally six proposed coal export terminals in the Pacific Northwest are now either paused or completely off the table!

But we still need to stop the fastest moving coal export terminal proposed for the shoreline of the Columbia River in Longview, Washington, and keep up momentum to end all proposed terminals.

Please edit and send a message to federal and state agencies urging them to stop the coal export terminal at Longview and all remaining proposed terminals.


*Required fields

If you take action and have not already registered, you will receive periodic updates and communications from National Wildlife Federation and National Wildlife Federation Action Fund.


Dear [Decision Maker],*

[Your Name]
[Your Address]
[City, State ZIP]

* The italicized content will be filled in automatically.