One coast: our home.

Calling all Coast Watchers. For everyone who works, plays and lives on this coast: let’s stand together and stop dangerous oil cargo from threatening our livelihoods and our communities.

By taking the pledge, you are
signing up to join a cross-border, Canada-US citizen’s lobby.
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Take action for a healthy ocean
and thriving coastal communities.

Neither orca whales nor oil spills recognize international boundaries. For communities throughout the Salish Sea, to the Great Bear Rainforest and along the Alaska Panhandle — our issues are interconnected.  Whether we’re protecting orca whales or lobbying to ensure marine traffic is properly regulated, we thrive when we join forces. 

One coast: our home.

Calling all Coast Watchers. For everyone who works, plays and lives on this coast: let’s stand together and stop dangerous oil cargo from threatening our livelihoods and our communities.
Neither orca whales nor oil spills recognize international boundaries. For communities throughout the Salish Sea, to the Great Bear Rainforest and along the Alaska Panhandle — our issues are interconnected.  Whether we’re protecting orca whales or lobbying to ensure marine traffic is properly regulated, we thrive when we join forces. 

Take action for a healthy ocean
and thriving coastal communities.

One Coast is a transboundary campaign between civil society organizations, Indigenous Peoples and concerned citizens. We’re joining forces to keep our coast oil-spill free, and to stand with communities already affected by marine shipping disasters. One more spill is one too many: take the One Coast pledge.

A TICKING TIME BOMB

You’ve probably heard of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tankers project. But there is another threat to the Pacific Coast, from smaller vessels known as ATBs: articulated tug barges.

These rivergoing vessels are being used to transport refined petroleum products, diesel, and gas through the archipelagos of the Salish Sea and across the heavy seas of Hecate Strait to Alaska.

It’s only a matter of time before another tragedy occurs. Act now.

NO PLACE LIKE HOME

The Pacific Coast is so unique and special: home to orca whales, abundant marine life, and rare species found nowhere else on Earth, the economy of this place is intimately tied with the sea. Tourism, fishing, + adventure guiding economies all rely on a clean coast.

Work on the coast feeds our families, but shipping should be safe: join One Coast.

A WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY

Our movement is strong. There is a broad consensus that ATBs do not belong in the Inside Passage and the Salish Sea.

Like the co-pilot on the Nathan E. Stewart, our regulators appear to be asleep at the wheel.

If we all work together, we can stop another disaster in the making. Are you in?

A TICKING TIME BOMB

You’ve probably heard of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tankers project. But there is another threat to the Pacific Coast, not from tankers but from smaller vessels known as ATBs: articulated tug barges.

These rivergoing vessels are being used to tranport heavy oils , diesel, and tar sands bitumen through the archipelagos of the Salish Sea and across the heavy seas of Hecate Straight to Alaska.

It’s only a matter of time before another tragedy occurs. Act now.

NO PLACE LIKE HOME

The Pacific Coast is so unique and special: home to orca whales, abundant marine life, and rare species found nowhere else on Earth, the economy of this place is intimately tied with the sea. Tourism, fishing, + adventure guiding economies all rely on a clean coast.

Work on the coast feeds our families, but shipping should be safe: join One Coast.

A WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY

Our movement is strong. There is a broad consensus that ATBs do not belong in the Inside Passage and the Salish Sea.

Like the pilot on the Nathan E. Stewart, our regulators appear to be asleep at the wheel.

If we all work together, we can stop another disaster in the making. Are you in?