The Seattle Times: Opponents square off over Washington’s coal-fired plant

Feb 19, 2011 | In the News, State Press Clips

The state of Washington has only one coal-burning power plant, owned and operated by a Canadian company and located in Centralia, WA. Although negotiations are in the works to transition to cleaner energy sources over the next 15 years, this time frame can be reduced to secure healthier futures for our children and our planet. Environmental advocacy organizations, including Earth Ministry and Washington Interfaith Power & Light, have been speaking out about the need for cleaner source transitioning to happen now, not later.

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The Seattle Times February 15, 2011

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