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3-31
Ex-mine inspector defends his objectivity in flood trial
3-31
The warriors: Deadly Dust
3-31
First metal mine to take advantage of a federal rule loosening restrictions on mountaintop coal extraction
3-31
DEP holds hearing on Greenbrier co-gen plant
3-31
Mountaintop mining ads are shameful (letters to the editor are great tools--use them! Fox is an OVEC board member)
3-31
AEP CEO says coal will have key energy role
3-31
Sempra Drops Coal Power Projects in Nevada and Idaho Due toStrong Opposition
3-31
Coal-Powered Jets
3-31
Louv Story: An interview with Richard Louv about the need to get kids out into nature   -  What's Louv Got To Do With It?
3-31
Surveillance, Infiltration, and Harassment of Environmental Organizations, Part I    -    Surveillance, Infiltration, and Harassment of Environmental Organizations, Part II
3-31
Pollution Knows No Borders
3-31
Activist raises questions about fill  -  PPL sued over coal ash spill; Spill caused health risks, decreased property values, plaintiffs, say
3-31
RWE Plans 1 Bln Euro Clean-Coal Power Plant  (There is nor never can be "clean" coal--it's dirty when you blast mountains and bury streams to mine it, dirty when you wash it for market, dirty when you haul it, dirty when you burn it, dirty when you dispose of the ash and it sure dirties up politics.)
3-31
 
Coal Converts (see above note)
3-31
Ten U.S. Cities Best Prepared for an Oil Crisis
3-31
Cheney Energy Task Force
3-31
Climate Change Big Threat to East Asia
3-31
Tuvalu is drowning; How will the world handle a flood of "climate refugees"?
3-31
Carbon Emissions Market Comes of Age
3-31
Antarctic air is warming faster than rest of world
3-31
Scotland backing tidal energy
3-30
Massey mine was cited in days before fatal fire
3-30
All Talk, No Action on Mine Safety
3-30
Sago survivor recalls 'fragments' from ordeal    -  Sago survivor mystified by escape from tragedy
3-30
Investigators hope to talk to McCloy
3-30
Plant won't make bricks; Meeting tonight on Greenbrier power facility
3-30
Site for first 'clean coal' power plant sought  (There is nor never can be "clean" coal--it's dirty when you blast mountains and bury streams to mine it, dirty when you wash it for market, dirty when you haul it, dirty when you burn it, dirty when you dispose of the ash and it sure dirties up politics.)
3-30
Coal, timber extraction affecting many in state (letters to the editor are great tools--use them!) Its about time to protect interests of the citizenry
3-30
PA seeks tougher-than-federal mercury limits for power plants
3-30
Snail Slows Down Pace of New Zealand Coal Mine
3-30
Automakers Use New Technology to Beef Up Muscle, Not Mileage
3-30
China's energy needs drive uranium search
3-30
Microgeneration initiative launched
3-30
ALTERNATIVE POWER: Michigan sets sights on ethanol to become an energy hotbed   -  Brazil hopes to build on its ethanol success
3-30
It comes down to the age-old question: What's the point of rules if they're not enforced?
3-30
Bush is ignoring the impact of climate change
3-29
2005 Hottest Year on Record
3-29
Spadaro points out mining violations
3-29
Black Diamonds: Tragic Mountains
3-29
State regulators missed inspections at Aracoma; Electrical problems found after fatal fire in Logan mine
3-29
Sago: Investigation continues   -  Sago survivor expected to go home on Thursday   -  First McCloy interview to air on Today show
3-29
Clean water: Kentucky's state, local officials team up to fight mine water in the Big Sandy
3-29
My daddy was a miner
3-29
Continuing growth seen in W.Va. tourism industry  -  Fayetteville garners praise from magazine
3-29
Idaho moratorium on power plants gathers steam   -  Coal's losing cause  -  House sets new 25 percent goal for renewable fuels
3-29
Peak oil, coal, and bizarre optimism
3-29
 
Audubon review supports wind farm
3-29
Nuclear energy not sustainable says leading institute
3-29
US may migrate to renewable energy
3-29
Surge given to micropower industries
3-29
Biofuels would be disaster for Florida  -  Capitalism Sans Risk
3-29
Blow for Britain's fight against climate change as emissions target is missed  -  Blair Wants New Technology to Fight Global Warming   -  Hot air but no action  -  Businesses to feel the heat over greenhouse gas cuts   -  Blair talks of climate change revolution  - Anger over missed climate change target  - A dose of cold reality on climate change
3-29
Politicians will answer to God
3-29
Energy company backs greenhouse gas curbs
3-29
Razor-thin birds wash up on shore
3-29
Was Confusion Over Global Warming a Con Job? Disinformation Campaign Attempted to Create the Impression Scientists Were Broadly Divided
3-28
Mountaintop mining hearing canceled; broader hearing April 4
3-28
Sunshine: Clouded government?
3-28
Mine safety task force to hear from vendors
3-28
Kentucky AG warns of legal action if water sullied by Consol Energy
3-28
Kentucky legislators serious about experimental energy project (Sure, they count their contributions from coal companies and say yeah, let's throw another billion-dollar subsidy at the industry)   Ky. proposes incentives to snare power plant; Tax breaks could entice FutureGen   -  Make joint bid for $1B power plant
3-28
Western Maryland coal mine changes hands
3-28
Ethanol and coal
3-28
Coal-based jet fuel poised for next step
3-28
Couple teaches about history of coal mining
3-28
Christian Science Monitor book review -- When a mountain disappears into thin air
3-28
Hiking/Camping News: Missing Mountains Collection Now Available
3-28
Edison Moves to Reopen Big Desert Power Plant
3-28
Japanese coal plant plan scrapped over emissions fears
3-28
China coal mines close to capacity, further imports likely
3-28
Big Oil's Big Windfall
3-28
Mission Accomplished for OPEC and Big Oil
3-28
As prices surge, oil giants turn sludge into gold   -  Riding High on a Tide of Oil
3-28
Reduce global warming, right here   -  Global warming: Your chance to change the climate
3-28
Climate change means that business as usual is dead
3-28
NOAA accused of hiding truth about global warming
3-28
Chytrid Fungus, Toxic Fundamentalism, and the Mass Extinction of Frogs and Freedoms
3-28
Christian report urges low consumption, non-nuclear energy strategy
3-28
Despite obstacles, South Dakota wants more wind plants  -  Merging new power with old system proves costly
3-28
Making us future-proof the evolving role of horticulture
3-28
Norway focuses on renewable electricity
3-28
"Complete Solar Roof" Offers Power and Heat
3-27
Cradle to grave: Tracking coal's journey through Appalachia
3-27
Time Cover Story--Earth at Tipping Point  -  Be worried, be very worried: The climate is crashing, and global warming is to blame  -  Poll: Americans See a Climate Problem  -  Feeling The Heat  -  Seeing the problem, not the solution  - The most dangerous WMD of them all
3-27
How to Seize the Initiative
3-27
Mountaintop mining hearing planned
3-27
Rip-off: Synfuel "Alternative" Fuel
3-27
Major steps forward in Kentucky
3-27
Mine No. 4 on Campbells Creek
3-27
Report finds aquifer pumping harmful
3-27
NYC Libraries Censor IndyKids Newspaper  -  IndyKids: "A Free Paper for Free Kids"   -  MTR featured in banned IndyKids
3-27
Clean-coal effort off to slow start (That's because there is nor never can be "clean" coal--it's dirty when you blast mountains and bury streams to mine it, dirty when you wash it for market, dirty when you haul it, dirty when you burn it, dirty when you dispose of the ash and it sure dirties up politics.)
3-27
Canadian strip mine foes blast proposal
3-27
Wind power cant deliver promise   -  Wasting the wind   -  Part of solution for warmer world might be in S.D.   -   Wind power 'ahead of predictions'
3-27
The politics of power: Ethanol more on the minds of lawmakers
3-27
Vague Law and Hard Lobbying Add Up to Billions for Big Oil
3-27
The oil in your oatmeal: A lot of fossil fuel goes into producing, packaging and shipping our breakfast
3-27
One dead, 14 missing in China colliery gas blow-out
3-27
Corporations the real 'eco-terrorists
3-27
Mount Hood meltdown  -  When glaciers melt  - In Bolivia, World's Highest Ski Resort Melting Away
3-27
WMO Sees Link Between Global Warming and Hurricanes
3-27
Melting Ice Sheets Could Spur Oceans' Rise - Study   -   Global Warming Might Sink America's Coasts
3-27
Nuclear safeguard stalled
3-27
They actually read the law 
3-27
EU Leaders Seek Stronger Renewable Energy Targets
3-27
Britain Eyes Commercially Viable Clean Energy
3-27
Turn your home into a mini power station    Micropower sector expects review fillip
3-27
 
 
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3-26
Federal judge blocks expansion of Massey mine
3-26
Rebuttal: Patty Sebok addresses Blankenship's outrageous quotes in Daily Mail's March 13, 2006 article, "'Do-nothing' session irks Blankenship."
3-26
W .Va. sets standard for 527s
3-26
LAST IN EDUCATION, FIRST IN EXPLOSIVES
3-26
Kanawha Co. judge upholds state takeover of Mingo Co. schools  -  Court rules on BOE suit
3-26
Technology gives courtroom flair  -  Fayette County church ruined by 01 flood revived
3-26
China: Mine flood death toll rises to 23
3-26
Activists: Cleaner power plants shouldn't hit consumers
3-26
City commits to big cut in greenhouse gas emissions
3-26
Glaciers vanish in before-and-after photos
3-26
Ad Council breaks ground with spots warning of warming 
3-26
How ExxonMobil Funds the Climate Change Skeptics
3-26
Exxon Valdez: Still a shock  -  State-of-art failure in Alaskan pipeline
3-26
Chernobyl 20 years on
3-26
The G-8 And Energy (In)Secutity   -  Energy security moves to centre stage in global politics
3-26
Homes to become mini power stations  -  Turn your home into a mini power station
3-26
On the Ethanol Bandwagon, Big Names and Big Risks
3-26
Developers taking steps to harness Illinois' wind-energy potential
3-26
California is now the most energy efficient U.S. state
3-26
Within a decade, every car sold in the United states should be able to run on flexible fuel
3-25
Scientists issue dramatic polar ice warning  -  Global warming trend on course to submerge coasts, researchers say
3-25
Blair Mountain hearing delayed
3-25
Spadaro to testify on mine violations in flood trial
3-25
Taylor County residents worried over longwall mining (scroll to 3/24 entry)
3-25
Most Americans Urge for Energy Conservation
3-25
Abandoned Mine Lands Fund: Rahall Slams Bushs Funding Cuts for Conservation Programs
3-25
Interior Secretary Nominee Mined Industries for Campaign Cash
3-25
Sago Fined for Safety Violations. So What?
3-25
Kentucky mine-safety laws win final approval   -  Kentucky Tightens Mine Safety Regulations
3-25
Proposed settlement releases Peabody from penalty for damages to resources
3-25
Nevada coal power plant project on hold   -  D.R. contracts for coal-fired plants sidestep environmental issues
3-25
Freeze on coal plants is sensible
3-25
Support Indigenous Peoples vs. Coal Mines / Venezuela
3-25
19 die in colliery flooding
3-25
Fighting global warming can be frustrating, reporter finds
3-25
U.S. States in CO2 Pact Eye Trees, Methane at Dumps
3-25
Climate change is in the air
3-25
US oil majors seen lagging in handling CO2 risk
3-25
Wind Energy Demand Booming: Cost Dropping
3-25
Going Solar in Colorado
3-25
UK power debate reaches crossroads
3-24
Little time to avoid big thaw, scientists warn  -  Earth's warming likely irreversible, scientists say  -  Report: Warming to raise the oceans
3-24
Industry whistleblower to testify in flood trial; Jurors to be absent during proceeding
3-24
Manchin Touts Coal Liquefaction Plan To President  -  Bush Touts Coal use for energy independence  - The USAF Finds Oil in a Coal Field  -  'Plan for Victory' : Bush defends war on terror
3-24
Power to the people by subsidy for 'clean' coal and other tricks
3-24
Ky. lawmakers move toward bid for $1 billion power plant project  - Bill would help state compete for power plant  - Bid to lure clean-generator project gets boost
3-24
United States of Appalachia author to speak  -  Shattering stereotypes: Appalachia is vanguard of American heritage
3-24
Delegate Barker reflects on legislative session
3-24
Berea forum to share ideas on living green
3-24
West Virginia wind helps light Liberty
3-25
A break in the smog
3-24
Fill 'er up with gasohol, biodiesel, E85 ...
3-24
Post-Peak - The Change Starts with Us
3-24
International Coal Group Announces Acquisition of Maryland Surface Mine
3-24
Fines? What fines?
3-24
Peabody's use of N-aquifer water threatens its existence  - Environmental group says coal company harming Navajo-Hopi aquifer
3-24
Navajo Nation homes to use solar power
3-24
MicroTurbines for Renewable Energy Generation
3-24
'Glacial earthquakes' warn of global warming
3-24
Elizabeth Kolbert's Field Notes from a Catastrophe Takes Us Down Into the Trenches of Global Warming Research
3-23
Global warming ads try to get you to take action now   -   View the ads  - What You Can Do
3-23
New Source Rebuke  -   Humpty loses a round: Court rejects interpretation of Clean Air Act
3-23
Mine safety task force met twice without public notice
3-23
Delegate Barker reflects on legislative session
3-23
Co-Gen plant to partner with transportation institute
3-23
Writer found his tale on Lost Mountain
3-23
Documentary explains issues of burning coal, air quality
3-23
Kentucky budget would take miner funds
3-23
US: Did a Group Financed by Exxon Prompt IRS to Audit Greenpeace?
3-23
No More Mercury Campaign
3-23
Nevada sues US Energy Dept over nuclear waste plan
3-23
Chernobyl disaster linked to higher rate of infant mortality in Britain
3-23
Carbon cloud over a green fuel
3-23
Climate change to create African 'water refugees' - scientists   - Global Warming Will Make Water Crisis Intolerable
3-23
Hot topic gets warm support
3-23
Its getting hot in here
3-23
2050 WHAT WILL OUR FUTURE LOOK LIKE?
3-23
Renewable energy a job generator in Germany
3-23
About 50 countries implement plans on renewable energy development
3-23
IT man invents solar kettle
3-22
Mine wars author Blizzard to speak at Cultural Center
3-22
Overhaul of mine rules clears Kentucky House panel
3-22
Old fuel could mean brighter future for area
3-22
Black Mesa coal mine harming aquifer  -  Water key to dispute over tribes' economic future
3-22
Idaho House passes coal-plant moratorium
3-22
Statue of Liberty to go all 'green' power
3-22
UK power debate asks is small beautiful?
3-22
Town taps technology to curb carbon emissions
3-22
German Renewable Energy Jobs May Double by 2020, Gabriel Says
3-22
Ontario to pay premium for solar power   -  Ontario Renewable Energy Policy Breakthrough Hailed   -  Ontario first to subsidize solar electric power
3-22
Suzuki to Ontario: No more nukes
3-22
Ceres signs 'milestone' 2.7m fuel cell deal
3-22
Northeast US clean air pact gets renewed push
3-22
Inuit See Signs In Arctic Thaw; String of Warm Winters Alarms 'Sentries for the Rest of the World'
3-22
Study Says U.S. Companies Lag on Global Warming
3-22
Global warming could melt your portfolio
3-22
Seattle cools down global warming
3-22
Mother Nature to pack a meaner punch in future
3-22
Climate change a threat to Amazon rainforest, warns WWF
3-22
Investor spending on environmental research soars
3-22
At Interior, another secretary of commercialism?
3-21
Manchin, DEP appeal privilege ruling
3-21
TV ads depict mining fiction
3-21
Coal miner Massey disputes shareholder's criticism
3-21
EKU Hosts Brunner Photography Exhibit: 'Mining Appalachia'
3-21
Proposed Mackenzie Valley pipeline spurs Arctic coal gasification mega-plan
3-21
Ethanol industry might not be ready for peak demand
3-21
Oil gushes into Arctic Ocean from BP pipeline
3-21
Clean Coal for Connecticut? (No matter how much of the taxpayers' money you throw at propping up the coal industry, there will never be "clean" coal. Coal's dirty when you mine it, dirty when you haul it, dirty when you burn, dirty when you dispose of the ash and it sure dirties up politics!)
3-21
New Global Warming Legislation Outlined by Feinstein
3-21
Study Links "Smog" to Arctic Warming
3-21
Governor's Plan Divides Oil Firms
3-21
Climate link to African malaria
3-21
Treading on thin ice
3-21
Changing Climate Threatening Development
3-21
Alternative energy inspires new power generation
3-21
Hydrogen Fuel Adherents see 2020 as Key Year
3-21
Iowa's winds carry potential for economic impact
3-21
Wind power may get stronger in state
3-21
Israel solar dish returns first results
3-21
Russia, US Push Nuclear Power at G8 Energy Meet
3-20
A Huntington possum made it through
3-20
Mining practices banned in the past (scroll down; letters to the editot are great tools--use them)
3-20
Union's agenda is to prevent future tragedies
3-20
A Breath of Fresh Air
3-20
Coal technology is a matter of national security (breathable air, potable water, healthy children and sane energy and foreign affairs policies are matters of national security)-   Military's push to turn coal into fuel picking up speed
3-20
Sen. Jay Rockefeller hosted a re-election fundraiser for Sen. Robert C. Byrd  (scroll down)
3-20
Illinois Coal Mining Making Comeback
3-20
From Teapot Dome to Gale Norton
3-20
Senate Panel to OK ANWR Drilling Bill by Mid-May
3-20
Oil Spill Raises Concerns on Pipeline Maintenance
3-20
Oil shale development: Big costs for a small return
3-20
Chilling proof that glacier meltdown is getting faster
3-20
Early Spring Disturbing Life on Northern Rivers
3-20
Dowries Running Dry in Drought-Stricken East Africa
3-20
Hot doom: World waking up to reality but it may already be too late
3-20
Swiss Ski Resort Tries to Cover up Climate Change
3-20
Wisconsin Sets 10 Pct Renewable Power Rule by 2015
3-20
The struggle to find an alternative to petroleum points toward local economies and renewable energy
3-20
Sun shines on solar IPOs
3-20
SIG will place solar cells in earth orbit
3-19
Mining lawsuit returning to federal court
3-19
Rebuttal: Please do come take a look at what Raney's industry is doing to our homeland
3-19
Roane/Calhoun Peace Coalition brings Wall of Remembrance to Spencer, W. Va.  -  Are You Satisfied With Your Purchase?  - New wave of protests marks third anniversary of Iraq invasion  -  Demonstrations Mark Third Anniversary of Iraq Invasion  - Anti-War Rallies Mark Iraq Anniversary
3-19
Pentagon pushes for use of coal as a liquid fuel
3-19
Billions in federal fines unpaid  -  Corporations Stiffing Government on Fines
3-19
Senate backs spending $184 million more on mine safety over 5 years
3-19
Blame employers for influx of undocumented workers
3-19
From the mountaintop (scroll down; letters to the editor are great tools, use them)
3-19
Railroads play coal catch-up  -  Shipping industry dumps iron, coal
3-19
Kentuckian's well deals cost investors millions   -   'Success' wasn't tied to payoffs from wells  -  Robo roared, then toppled
3-19
BLM proposes changes to oil and gas regulations
3-19
28 miners trapped in flooded coal mine in North China
3-19
Cement kiln dust heavily polluted Lake Michigan resort
3-19
Warming up to solar power
3-19
Global warming behind spread of diseases: Scientist
3-18
Court Rejects Bush Administration Plan To Gut Key Clean Air Act Safeguard   -   Plant Operators Must Install Pollution Controls, Court Rules   -  Looser Emission Rules Rejected  -  States win suit to stop new EPA regulations   -  Panel cites EPA's 'Humpty Dumpty' logic, backs lawsuit against Midwest emissions
3-18
Senate OKs budget with Arctic refuge drilling provision  -  U.S. Senate Budget Reignites Arctic Drilling Debate
3-18
Byrd moves toward increased MSHA funding
3-18
Chandler seeks laws to shut mines with history of safety woes
3-18
Ex-Sago foreman pleads innocent
3-18
Dust-up over coal dust   -  Curbing coal dust is under study
3-18
Coal boom: Chinas pollution vile
3-18
Mountaintop Removal: A View From the Skies (scroll down for movie links)
3-18
Arch Coal names new safety officer
3-18
Chernobyl: the legacy
3-18
American, Space-Based Energy Project That Will End OPEC's Stranglehold Within a Decade
3-18
FPL has sunny spot for solar panel project
3-18
Minnows lead majors to greener future
3-18
Objective View On Hydrogen
3-18
Sinking islanders are facing mass evacuation  -  Sea level increase causes concern
3-18
Arctic Ice Isn't Refreezing in the Winter, Satellites Show
3-18
Reality of climate change hits insurers
3-18
No redesign at Interior
3-17
Vigils to feature Wall of Remembrance
3-17
Firm wants new blood on Massey board   -   Investment company wants representation on Massey board
3-17
Ky. AG sues because mountaintop removal blasting has damaged his home
3-17
Sago Mine owner ICG posts $3 million 4th-quarter profit  -  International Coal expects $15.2M in Sago costs
3-17
Ky. bill would ease rules on coal gasification   -   Kentucky competing for $1 billion next-generation power plant
3-17
Flood trial off to slow start; focus still on first witness
3-17
Book shines spotlight on mountaintop destruction
3-17
Mingo property valuations on the rise (Until the next mountaintop- removal-related or coal-dam-related flood...)
3-17
Feds to take over Mingo flood cleanup probe   -   Prosecutor: FBI will continue FEMA investigation
3-17
Tracking Technology To Be Reviewed
3-17
Ky. Senate takes up drug testing of coal miners
3-17
Sportsmen Voice Support For Pennsylvania Mercury Rule
3-17
National Coal Corp. Purchases 42-Mile Rail Line from Norfolk-Southern
3-17
Venezuelan indigenous oppose coal project
3-17
April 18: Take Your Child to Nature Day
3-17
Earthjustice Statement on Nomination of Gov. Dirk Kempthorne As Interior Secretary   -   Bush picks governor of Idaho to head Interior   -   Idaho Gov. Kempthorne named to run Interior   -     Saying good riddance to Gale Norton   -   Beyond the Gale
3-17
Blowin in the wind: Tilting with windmills in Highland County
3-17
Hydrogen Fuel Adherents see 2020 as Key Year
3-17
Solar energy's day in the sun
3-17
Solar, Wind Or Nuclear In 2050
3-17
Energy companies chose site for nuke plant; would be one of first ordered in US in 30 years
3-17
Nuclear Reactors Found to Be Leaking Radioactive Water
3-17
G8 ministers push nuclear energy   -  Fossil fuels expected to be basis of energy until 2050: G8 statement   -  Nuclear power takes on new glow   -    Many in Congress Want to Change Nuclear Deal With India
3-17
Early signs: Reports from a warming planet
3-17
Drought May Worsen in US Southwest, Plains -- NOAA
3-17
No Climate For Inaction
3-17
 
Sea Temperature Boosts Storm Force, Says Study  -   The iceman melteth
3-16
Earth faces mass extinction--Do not focus on "clean" coal   -  Warming added as an extinction factor
3-16
DEP right to block Massey silo, board rules   -   Board upholds DEP revocation of Massey coal silo permit
3-16
Attorneys pack court in flood trial  -  Flood Litigation Gets Under Way  - Engineer: Land disturbance increases peak runoff; July 01 flood victims claim coal, timber companies responsible for damage
3-16
Patricia Feeney: Coal sludge disposal is costing us safe, clean water
3-16
Sago lightning questions unanswered
3-16
Sago Mine reopens
3-16
Plan to lure plant still under wraps   -   Dirtier Side Betrays Promise of Clean Coal
3-16
Air Force checking possibilities for making fuel from coal
3-16
Mine safety: Double standard  -  MSHA Alters Presentation of Mine Data
3-16
Coal River Group works to make streams healthy
3-16
Secretary defends Kentucky mining bill  -  Keep increased inspections in mine safety bill
3-16
Safety violations earn J & R Coal $139,300 in fines for mine explosion
3-16
PPL ends fly-ash cleanup phase
3-16
Toxic Coal Ash: Dominican Rep. Seeks $80M for U.S. Dumping
3-16
More Blasting Caps Found In Marshall County
3-16
Coal is king at busiest US rail yard   -  Railroads struggle to deliver coal to utilities
3-16
Indiana had suspended inspections of coal mines
3-16
With Energy-Tax Bonanza, Wyoming Schools Enjoy Windfall
3-16
Poll: 75% of Americans Want More Federal Action on Global Warming
3-16
Europe Tests Carbon Capture at Coal-Fired Power Plant
3-16
Evidence of the warming West is everywhere
3-16
Trash and global warming
3-16
Soya is not the solution to climate change
3-16
Ireland to test first wave energy generator
3-16
New York moving too slowly on wind power
3-16
Solar power projects approved in Nevada
3-15
Massey engineer changed permit map  -  Permit map boundaries changed by Massey engineer
3-15
Flood case gets under way   -  Southern W.Va. flood trial begins
3-15
Sen. Byrd puts hold on Stickler nomination  -  David Dye: MSHA working hard to make mines safer
3-15
Court hears coal severance tax case
3-15
Dirtier Side Betrays Promise of Clean Coal  -   Meanwhile:   Texas town is contender for clean-coal power plant (Our tax money going for a boondoggle, deadly lie)   -  Site near Waco among contenders for $1B energy project
3-15
Company blames lightning for explosion at Sago Mine  -  Lightning linked to previous mine blasts   -  ICG: Lightning caused Sago Mine blast
3-15
Open government
3-15
In Cheshire, plumes of sulfur smoke shroud a community in fear
3-15
Many Utilities Collect for Taxes They Never Pay
3-15
Julian Martin: Prison job joy shows desperation
3-15
"Mining Appalachia" Exhibit Spotlights Brunner Photography
3-15
Norton's sorry legacy
3-15
Idaho committee adopts moratorium on coal power  -  Commissioners support moratorium  -  Lawmakers recommend keeping Idahos mercury limit at zero
3-15
Euro MPs back mercury crackdown
3-15
Kentucky mine operators gear up for a coal revival
3-15
Death toll rises to 21 in N. China coal mine blast
3-15
CO2 levels hit record high - U.N. agency: Greenhouse gas levels hit record in '04
3-15
Wind power important in solving energy problems
3-15
Solar power makes homeowners happy
3-15
Wheeling-Pitt posts $23.4 million loss
3-15
Insurance industry feels the heat of global warming
3-15
Study Offers Preview Of Ice Sheet Melting, Rapid Climate Changes
3-15
NASA Finds Stronger Storms Change Heat And Rainfall Worldwide
3-15
Australia may be face of warming
3-14
Climate change 'irreversible' as Arctic sea ice fails to re-form  -  Sharp rise in CO2 levels recorded  -  Vanishing toads could portend extinction crisis
3-14
Massey coal silo hearing is today   -   Judge says DEP should release internal discussion on coal silo
3-14
Fight to get Logan waterways cleared  (scroll down; letters to the editor are great tools--use them!)
3-14
MSHA to test new communication systems in W.Va. mine
3-14
Buffalo Coal closes W.Va. operations after contract canceled
3-14
Respiratory Protection in Coal Mines
3-14
Pa. DEP working to put out feisty fire
3-14
Power plant shutdown fuels fight between tribes, utility
3-14
37 killed in 3 coal mine blasts
3-14
Green Supporters Join Happy Valley Occupation
3-14
Burst oil pipeline causes 'catastrophe' in Alaska
3-14
Asia feels energy pinch  -  US urged to work with China on energy
3-14
Chernobyl: A poisonous legacy
3-14
Power struggle over miniature wind turbines
3-14
Biodiesel needs economic support
3-14
An energy boom in Silt, Colo., for better and worse   -  Gas drilling fuels concerns
3-14
US Hopes to Reverse Oil Decline by Burying CO2
3-14
Farewell, Gale Norton
3-14
Field Notes from a Catastrophe
3-13
The assault on the public's right to know  -  Secrecy grows more common with war on terror as excuse
3-13
BOOM! Who are the real terrorists?
3-13
Mine safety in citizens hands (scroll down; letters to the editor are great tools, use them)
3-13
Group pushes for more mine-cleanup funds
3-13
AEP spokeswoman touts safety history
3-13
23 Chinese coal miners killed in two blasts
3-13
Upstate New York Farms Begin Raising New Crop: Electricity From Windmills
3-13
Why Interior is such a difficult agency to lead
3-13
Powering up renewables
3-13
Give back power to the people
3-13
As melting glaciers jeopardize low-lying areas, action is needed Polar ice sheets show net loss  -  Glaciers Melting In Montana Park
3-13
Warmer winters lift bug barrier
3-13
Budget cuts threatening satellites that forecast hurricanes, study global warming
3-13
Drought Threat Seen in Europe
3-12
Add to Bush's follies the rape of his own country; The despoilment of the Appalachians is typical of the President's bankrupt environmental policies    -   Teacher brings costs of mining to the surface
3-12
Scientists plead for action to save poles from 'tipping point' disaster   -  Bering Sea animals struggling to survive as waters warming  -  NASA scientist has chilling global warming tale
3-12
W.Va. doubled info restrictions since 9/11
3-12
Massey's Aracoma mine gets dozens of citations
3-12
Gazette reporters win national awards
3-12
Electricity Deregulation: High Cost, Unmet Promises
3-12
Norton Legacy: Drilling, Land Sale Plans  -  Gale Norton Resigns
3-12
Oregon Governor wants state government to run entirely on renewable electricity by 2010
3-12
Wind Energy and Hydrogen Car: Fuel cell breakthrough from remotest Scottish island
3-12
Coalbed methane: Pulling profit from rock
3-12
Pa. hopes mine damage can become boon of cheap water, metals
3-12
Battle over wind power picks up speed
3-12
Solar power a viable alternative
3-12
Sweating It
3-12
Global warming is real, scientists agree - but solutions could prove elusive
3-12
Australia a portal into global warming future
3-12
'The Weather Makers'   -   Greenhouse gases and inaction may be roasting our children's future    
3-12
Chernobyl Remembered
3-12
Shrink Your Ecological Footprint
3-11
U.S. Interior Secretary Norton Resigns  -  Interior Secretary Norton resigning  -  Cabinet Official Norton Resigns  -  Statement of Earthjustice  -  Norton resigns from Interior
3-11
A Most Concrete Urgency: 1200 Coal Plants Headed Our Way
3-11
The Coming Resource Wars
3-11
Money's Going to Talk in 2008 ; 'Entry Fee' for Presidential Race Could Be $100 Million
3-11
Sago Mine might reopen next week  -  W.Va. Mine Where Workers Died to Reopen  -  Feds complete probe on Sago Mine blast
3-11
Truck driver escapes injuries
3-11
Wind farm bills dead
3-11
Don't cave to pressure: Legislators should pull together to protect miners
3-11
Kentucky Senate OKs mine-safety measure  -  Senate mine-safety bill passed; lacks several protections in House measure
3-11
Scientist Says He Stands by Fusion Data
3-11
Filson lecture features Harvard philosopher
3-11
Mirant Gets Fishy Award From Sierra Club
3-11
Drain America First
3-11
Environment Is Victim in Writer's Murder Mystery
3-11
Warning as coal front approaches
3-11
Adobe and solar energy interests rising
3-10
Governor names six to mine technology panel
3-10
Hidden Ties: Big Environmental Changes Backed by Big Industry Senate Urged to Safeguard Species Act
3-10
Flood case to open; Mining, logging runoff at issue
3-10
House bill would allow even larger coal trucks on roads
3-10
Coal miners speak out about Kentucky drug bill
3-10
International Coal Group Repays Emergency Responders
3-10
Retreat mining
3-10
Montana looks to coal gasification
3-10
China coal-to-oil plant to begin work next year
3-10
R. James Woolsey Testimony on Energy Independence 
3-10
China Mine Flood Kills Seven, Injures 3
3-10
Contaminated Fish
3-10
Alaska Oil Spill Exposes 'Gentle Drilling' Problems
3-10
Waste fears at uranium mine
3-10
CO2 Capture Paves Way for Gas Power in Norway
3-10
NREL part of project to boost wind energy  -  U.S., GE partner on offshore wind
3-10
Utility urges efficiency and solar energy
3-10
Searching for an Energy Revolution
3-10
Vermont firm nabs $88 million solar contract
3-10
Say Goodbye to the Polar Ice Sheets
3-10
Race to save New Guinea treasures from global warming
3-9
SC museum to screen mountaintop removal movie - Lots to see on big, small screens
3-9
Student activists meet at NCCU; SURGE focuses on mountaintops
3-9
Surviving the Converging Catastrophes of the Twenty-First Century
3-9
Increases in destructive mining projects due to peak oil?
3-9
Senate panel OKs Stickler as MSHA chief
3-9
$106,000 price tag put on recent Sago fines
3-9
Logan mine widow brings safety message to Capitol
3-9
Coal miners shouldnt be afraid to speak up over safety concerns
3-9
Lynda Ann Ewen: Dilbert cartoon was insulting to all Appalachians
3-9
Heavier Coal Trucks Coming To A Road Near You?  -   Oversized, overweight trucks (scroll down)
3-9
Study doesn't recommend halt to dangerous mining practice
3-9
Underground Odyssey in a West Virginia Coal Mine
3-9
Coal photo exhibit visits Charleston
3-9
Mining the taxpayers
3-9
First wave of coalbed methane drilling draws complaints of fouled water  -  Town gets more than money in energy boom
3-9
China coal mine blast leaves three dead
3-9
California taking power of sun mainstream
3-9
Solar power for the people  -  Solar industry chases a cheaper kilowatt
3-9
Power from the people
3-9
Electrical tree: Energy for free
3-9
Survey respondents favor alternative fuels  -  New Survey Shows Overwhelming Support for Renewable Energy  -  Renewable Energy Trends 2006
3-9
Landfills' Methane Gas Can Become Energy Source
3-9
The War for Clean Energy
3-9
Shell unveils carbon burial plan for North Sea  -  Buried at sea: Shell's plan for greenhouse gases  - Geosequestration is an unproven, costly, potentially dangerous technology
3-9
While the U.S. dallies, climate change sneaks up on us
3-8
The Planet Can't Wait
3-8
Clean Energy Boom Forecast
3-8
More oxygen ordered in mines  -  Emergency Mine Rule to Go Into Effect  -  Mine-safety advocates say new rules are good start, but more needed
3-8
Vote in Senate today on Bush MSHA nominee
3-8
Miners pay for Bush's lax coal regulation
3-8
Survivor of smokestack fire says first minutes were 'pure hell'
3-8
Rancher relates coal bed methane horrors
3-8
Railroads don't keep up with coal demand
3-8
Cold Knob wind farm issue confusing, complex
3-8
New York lawmakers told about advantages to wind farms - Wind Power In NYC
3-8
Global wind energy capacity seen tripling by 2014
3-8
Vietnam coal mine blast kills eight people
3-8
More Than 20, 000 Miners Protest in Mexico
3-8
Greens say "ditch nuclear"  -  Tories focus their energy on solar panels and home generators  -  Don't build nuclear plants, green advisers tell Blair  -  Don't build nuclear plants, Blair told
3-8
Coal-based power plants main source of pollution: Study
3-8
Shell Says It Will Invest $500M in China
3-8
Merrill Lynch cuts Sasol's estimated earnings despite plans to move into China
3-8
Bill for coal-fired plants moratorium draws wide support
3-8
Europe's energy challenge
3-7
Gods creation: Coal industry does not practice good stewardship
3-7
Fire latest in string of AEP accidents
3-7
Move bill to help police coal-shipping business
3-7
The Last Best Drop... 
3-7
Coal can slake China's oil thirst, says Sasol
3-7
Matewan Revisited
3-7
Appointees Guarding The Henhouse
3-7
Global warming evidence grows: UN expert
3-7
States Ask Supreme Court Review of Global Warming Car Emissions Case
3-7
Mexican government: Recovery of bodies from site of coal mine explosion could take months
3-7
Sought: Faster, fatter 'synfuel' tax cut
3-7
Scientists in revolt against cuts that will undermine Britain's climate research
3-6
Community of miners pays tribute to Alma No. 1s fallen
3-6
Ky. needs plan for mining emergencies
3-6
Is Gov's synfuels plan the real deal?
3-6
Funding to clean up pollution from Ohio coal mines at risk - Who should pay to clean waters fouled by abandoned mines? - Long-abandoned mines continue to pollute Ohio - Coal Mine Pollution Cleanup May Cost Ohio Taxpayers
3-6
Some leery about proposed coal-fired power plant's emissions - Nothing clean about coal plants
3-6
Father of rescued worker says son complained about safety
3-6
Instant-Runoff Voting is Gaining Momentum as Problem Solver
3-6
How you can make a difference - Want to save the world and some money?
3-6
Zero-energy houses are a reachable goal
3-6
Budgets Imperil Environmental Satellites
3-6
'Green' chemists swap oil for renewable alternatives
3-6
Global warming may dry up Africa's rivers, study suggests
3-5
Coal industry seeks to reduce safety checks
3-5
Erik Reece: Taking stock of safety in the wake of coal miners' death
3-5
Writers coverage of mountaintop removal infuriates, as it should - Swamplands, mountains pay price of "progress"
3-5
'Miner shortage' not really accurate - Despite hazards, training classes for coal miners stay full - Program's graduates can expect to get jobs
3-5
An expert suggests what Kentucky's coal miners need
3-5
Politicians let mine safety become too lax
3-5
Three rescued, one missing in power plant stack fire
3-5
What you didn't hear on 60 Minutes'
3-5
Miners discuss Buffalo Creek disaster at film showing
3-5
Office nixes coal-mining review
3-5
MSHA's poor performance
3-5
A license to kill, pure and simple
3-5
Colorado coal coveted for its low sulfur content - Coal mining safer in Colorado than in other states
3-5
US nuclear plant leaks fuel local health concerns
3-5
Oops, we helped ruin the planet - At war with our planet
3-5
12 states appeal emissions decision; Challenge to EPA refusal to regulate greenhouse gases - New Strategy on Clean Air
3-5
Even with our clouds, solar water heaters are a viable option
3-4
Warming Threatens Key Water Sources - World faces water crisis as global warming upsets delicate balance
3-4
CRMW and overweight coal trucks--Charleston attorney ready to take on Legislature  -  "Coal Resource Transportation System" ~ Coal Trucks
3-4
The Sludge Bill
3-4
Clean Elections Dead Again
3-4
Is West Virginia Ready For Renewable Energy?
3-4
West Virginia Coal Association rises to new heights of absurdity
3-4
Feds decline new environmental study of Tenn. coal mining
3-4
Buffalo Creek artifacts on display at museum
3-4
Six killed in coal mine blast in N. China
3-4
Some evangelicals say caring for environment is a moral imperative
3-4
NY Times says peak oil "almost certainly correct"  -  The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil  -  Profiting from Peak Oil  - Peak Oil Perplexities Test the Nerves of Major Oil Companies
3-4
Much Talk of a Nuclear Renaissance, but So Far Little Action
3-4
Woman pushes to remember 22 who died in Dola Mine explosion
3-4
GORE: GREENS PLAN BIG AD SPEND
3-4
India, U.S. tie-up in oil, coal and nuclear energy
3-3
Mountaintop mining comes to a head
3-3
How Much More Time?  -  Mine Rescuers Eager to Interview for Feds  -  Professional rescuers sought; Governor wants more full-time teams for mines
3-3
U.S. mine-safety official blames unpaid fines on computer trouble
3-3
Revisiting The Appalachian Coalfield
3-3
Loss of Antarctic Ice Increases  -  Antarctic Ice Sheet Is Melting Rapidly; New Study Warns Of Rising Sea Levels  -  Climate change catches up with Canada's forests
3-3
Memo From the President's Environmental Task Force
3-3
Crude Spills From Alaska's Prudhoe Bay Pipeline   -  Crude Oil Spills From Pipeline in Alaska
3-2
Waste ash rules needed, study says - Coal Combustion Waste Study Recommends Federal Guidance - Report: Coal ash suitable as fill if makeup is characterized - Old Mines May Be a Place to Dispose of Ash - Damage from landfills, dams prompted study
3-2
U.S. Is Reducing Safety Penalties for Mine Flaws
3-2
Mine Accident Info Will Be Restricted - House Lawmakers Have Mine Safety Hearing - Mine industry pressed on safety tools
3-2
MSHA oxygen rule delayed; White House review part of process
3-2
Sago Mine disaster hearing to start May 2
3-2
Vivian Stockman: Massey sludge pond shows need for safety legislation
3-2
Hampshire Review Reviews Black Diamonds (scroll down)
3-2
The Fate of the Ocean
3-2
Mingo County Recruiting New Business
3-2
Support Your Local Mountaintop
3-2
Scripps Howard News Service--Citizens fight mining companies carving off mountaintops
3-2
Strike Stalls Mexico's Mining Industry
3-2
W.Va. Mine Blast Survivor Not Told 12 Died
3-2
Yellow light for a 'green' energy source
3-2
Think solar not nuclear for the energy of the future, say
3-2
Flying Is Dying
3-2
Consensus grows on climate change
3-2
Environmentalists press N.C. to toughen laws on emissions
3-1
Another big power line may cross West Virginia
3-1
'Rapid Warming' Spreads Havoc in Canada's Forests
3-1
Climate Change May Spark Conflict Between Nations - Climate Scientists Issue Dire Warning
3-1
Coal wants more roads put on list for heavy loads
3-1
Mine gear rules on track, Manchin says - Stricter enforcement
3-1
Where Coal is King (scroll down) - Audio Slide Show - Current Books and Films on Mountaintop Removal
3-1
Toshiba suspends 100 billion coal power plants over CO2, profit concerns
3-1
A Magic Way to Make Billions
3-1
Mexican Miners Strike Over Safety Issues
3-1
Massey Energy Reviews Performance Expectations
3-1
Mine site near Rhodell to be reclaimed
3-1
Additional Blasts Rock Ala.'s Biggest Mine - Another explosion rocks coal mine
3-1
The Next Conservative Energy Policy
3-1
Americans Are Cautiously Open to Gas Tax Rise, Poll Shows
3-1
Options fading for energy- hungry West, NATO told
3-1
Former Energy Secretary to Lead French Nuclear Firm
3-1
Demand for Alternative Energy Poses Many Challenges
3-1
Jesuits Hope State Subsidy For Solar Project Will Help Villagers, Environment
3-1
Sunny Weather Creeps Me Out
3-1
Global Greenhouse Gas Trade Soared in 2005
3-1
Wind farm protesters turn their attention to open cast mine

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