Changes in fossil fuel transport – maps of the Pacific Northwest

Repost from The Seattle Times
[Editor: Regarding CUMULATIVE IMPACTS, we in the San Francisco Bay Area need to learn from the Pacific Northwest.  Their maps are excellent – check out this great resource.  Who among us can work on this?  It seems to me that the Bay Area Air Quality Management District should be held responsible to prepare maps like this as soon as possible.  – RS]

Fossil fuels and spill risk: A changing landscape

By Seattle Times staff  |  April 19, 2014

Washington has long been a fossil fuel depot. But changes in how and where we get our oil — and the addition of proposals to export coal — are increasing the risk of spills and major accidents. Here is how fossil fuel distribution is changing.

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fossil fuels and spill risk-A changing landscape(pacificnorthwest)
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