CREDO members have helped stop yet another coal-export terminal in Oregon—Kinder Morgan’s proposed 30-million-ton-per-year terminal at the Port of St. Helens. This is a big win in our fight to stop coal exports and keep global-warming fossil fuels in the ground where they belong. Thousands of CREDO activists helped make this critical victory possible by signing petitions, calling elected officials and participating in “no coal exports” rallies. Grassroots activism has now stopped three of the six terminals proposed in the Pacific Northwest, preventing nearly 50 million tons of dirty coal per year from being shipped to power plants in Asia. We’ll continue our fight to stop the two pending coal-export proposals in Washington and the last remaining proposal in Oregon.