Am I the only one who sees the irony of the environmental group Columbia Riverkeeper taking the visiting Bill McKibben, an environmental activist, to view the site of the proposed crude oil terminal in a power boat? ("Oil terminal plan grabs national attention," July 18 Columbian story).
Surely a nonpolluting sailboat could have transported these "environmentalists" without the pollution they generated with their fossil-fuel-burning power boat.
Also, nowhere does the story say how McKibben got from Vermont to Vancouver.
I hope he took Amtrak since it's the least polluting mode for long-distance travel.
The "environmentalists" seem to talk the talk but don't seem to walk the walk.