Deadly Crossing – Neglected bridges and exploding oil trains/ Cascadia Weekly, Lee First, Alex Ramel

cascadia weekly coverWednesday, November 11, 2015  Lee First, Alex Ramel

A survey of 250 oil train bridges across America found that almost half showed signs of considerable deterioration, including missing or crumbling concrete, partially washed-away footings, rotted pilings and badly corroded steel beams, according to a report released this week.[…] Continue reading

Event Announcement: Oil Train Impacts Public Forum, July 9, Bellingham / Facebook post, Coal Stop

oil train blast zone18 mins  June 30, 2015  Dena Jensen

This is a share from Forest Ethics and RE Sources. Check out the list of people on the panel; should be a very interesting and informative evening! Please share and invite those you know.

Whatcom County Residents are invited to the Oil Train Impacts Public Forum, hosted by ForestEthics and RE Sources for Sustainable Communities, will be held at the Bellingham Public Library, 210 Central Avenue on Thursday, July 9, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. The general public is invited to attend this presentation free of charge. Continue reading