Rising Tide Takes on Fossil Fuel Transport

tar sands megaload 13th November

Rising Tide Disrupts Coal Luncheon

On the heels of shutting down the Port of Vancouver to protest the illegal approval of a massive oil terminal, today Portland Rising Tide disrupted a Millennium Bulk Terminals presentation and luncheon with Portland’s Maritime Commerce Club.

40 activists with Portland Rising Tide entered the Doubletree Hotel in the Lloyd District and disrupted a Millennium Bulk Terminals presentation on their proposed 50-million ton coal export facility in Longview, WA. Millennium Bulk Terminals, owned by Ambre Energy and Arch Coal, was presenting to the Maritime Commerce Club.

Rising Tide Monitors and Protests US-95’s Largest OmegaLoad

On Sunday night, November 10 … Wild Idaho Rising Tide (WIRT) monitored and protested the heaviest and longest megaload of tar sands extraction equipment to recently traverse U.S. Highway 95 and Interstate 90 in Idaho …. another megaload builder of the largest industrial project on Earth!