The Energy Activist – Fall 2010
Two days that make the Coalition stronger, wiser and better prepared
From Executive Director Sara Patton: When we’re all calculating our carbon footprints and fretting over budgets, why is it important for us to come to Portland Nov. 12-13 for the Coalition’s NW Clean & Affordable Energy Conference and membership meeting? Short answer: these two days make the Coalition stronger, wiser and better prepared to deliver the clean and affordable energy future we all work for.
Also in this issue:
In Idaho, biomass and wind projects move forward
The Idaho Public Utilities Commision has greenlit a biomass project that will take sawmill waste and is currently looking at a proposal for an 80MW wind farm.
New project spotlights Snake River salmon’s ‘one of a kind’ status
Coalition partner Save Our Wild Salmon has begun the “One of a Kind” project to reveal the astonishing story of endangered Snake River salmon and the race to save them.