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Uploaded on Feb 15, 2012
Ships, Spills, and Cetaceans: Why You Should Care About Coal Export from Washington's Coast by Matt Krogh and Lindsay Taylor, North Sound Baykeeper Team, Bellingham, WA Learn about the proposal to build North America's largest coal export facility, the Gateway Pacific Terminal, in the North Puget Sound. If built, this terminal would mean more than 1,000 transits of gigantic Cape and Panamax bulk carrier ships through our Straits and the Salish Sea every year. These waters are home to a wide variety of unique and endangered marine wildlife species, including orcas, salmon, and the Cherry Point herring that spawn in the Cherry Point Aquatic Reserve - all of which will be put at risk. www.re-sources.org www.powerpastcoal.org Taped at Orca Network's Ways of Whales Workshop, Jan. 28, 2012.