Opponents of a proposed Puget Sound terminal that would ship millions of tons of coal to Asia called for a broader environmental impact statement October 27 considering impacts from Montana strip mines to Chinese smoke stacks. Over 1,800 people attended the first of a series of seven scoping meetings on the Gateway Pacific Terminal. The terminal, the largest of five proposed in the Northwest, would ship up to 48 MMT annually, and if all five go online, domestic coal exports would more than double.