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PORTLAND — The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission has released the Tribal Energy Vision for the Columbia River Basin to combat climate change while protecting imperiled salmon and steelhead populations.

“Renewable resources will play a larger role in meeting future electricity needs in the region,” CRITFC Executive Director Aja DeCoteau said in the press release. “Under the right conditions they will reduce greenhouse gases and benefit Columbia River salmon, but without proper integration and siting, they will harm fish and other tribal resources.”

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