photography

These albums are thanks to the talented volunteer time of many people on the ground documenting the impacts from coal mining, transport, export and burning and the powerful groundswell in the Northwest against exporting a 19th Century fossil fuel.

Paul Anderson, one of the featured photographers also has many more pictures at his Coal and the American West portfolio site.

Our deep thanks to all the great photos from on the ground.  Keep them coming and contact Kimberly (at) climatesolutions.org if you have photos to “donate” (with credit given, of course!) to this cause.

featured gallery: DEIS Testimony in Longview

To download high resolution versions of any photo here please go here.

additional galleries

Coal Trains
Photo by Paul K. Anderson

Photo by Paul K. Anderson
Photo by Paul K. Anderson

Photo by Paul K. Anderson
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The tiny town of Blanchard, Washington (childhood home of Edward R. Murrow) like hundreds of towns, receives no economic benefit but will pay external costs - health issues, excessive noise, safety related costs and delayed emergency response.

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The tiny town of Blanchard, Washington (childhood home of Edward R. Murrow) like hundreds of towns, receives no economic benefit but will pay external costs – health issues, excessive noise, safety related costs and delayed emergency response.
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A paraglider sails over the Chuckanut Range and the commercial oyster beds of Samish Bay as a coal train from the Powder River Basin in Wyoming rounds Pidgeon Point.

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A paraglider sails over the Chuckanut Range and the commercial oyster beds of Samish Bay as a coal train from the Powder River Basin in Wyoming rounds Pidgeon Point.
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Blanchard, Washington at the foot of the Chuckanut Range sits nestled amongst organic farms and dairies. A coal train heads north to the Westshore Coal Terminal just across the border at Roberts Bank, British Columbia.

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Blanchard, Washington at the foot of the Chuckanut Range sits nestled amongst organic farms and dairies. A coal train heads north to the Westshore Coal Terminal just across the border at Roberts Bank, British Columbia.
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