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4-30
The Decider Nominates Chief Polluter for the EPA
4-30
Sago lacked lightning protectors  -  Small Market Seen as Hampering Mine Safety Advances
4-30
Al Gore on global warming: "At some point, reality has its day"  -  Ecological threat is most serious of all  -  World Aware of Global Warming Threat
4-30
Greenbriers towering turbines will be hard to miss
4-30
Officials at Mahanoy SCI worry about pollution from proposed coal-gas plant
4-30
Massey CEO speaks to local GOP
4-30
Lehigh Coal mining restarts under new management
4-29
Charges filed against Massey mine  -  Buffalo Coal appeals fine for alleged pollution
4-30
24 Killed in Mine Explosion in China  -  China Mine Blast Kills 24
4-29
UK lecturer witnessed the death of a mountain, shares lessons learned
4-29
US mine denies survivor's charge  -  Sago families call for safer mines  -  Sago victims' relatives call for swift action on air packs  -  Mine improvements demanded  -  Miner' s Letter Both Hurts and Soothes the Grieving
4-29
Has Global Oil Production Reached Maximum Capacity? A Debate on Peak Oil  -  Experts: Global Oil Production May Peak Soon  -  The State of the Peak Oil Movement at the Cusp of Collapse
4-29
Deal calls for rapid mercury reduction  -  State moves forward on mercury reduction
4-29
 
Ten States, DC Sue EPA Over Power Plant Emissions
4-29
Massey Energy says profit plunges ahead of proxy contest
4-28
Help preserve Blair Mt  -  The Battles of Blair Mountain
4-28
Letter writer misstated the situation pertaining to mine hazards, damages
4-28
Federal prosecutors say safety records falsified at Nicholas County mine  -  U.S. files criminal charges against W.Va. mine's owner  -  Massey subsidiary faces charges  -  Massey mine hit with criminal charges over safety
4-28
Sago survivor says some miners' air packs didn't work  -  Randal McCloy's letter  -  McCloy: Sago miners hit gas pocket 3 weeks before blast  -  Sago survivor says air packs failed
4-28
Condition of Miners' Air Packs Disputed  -  Text of Sago Mine Survivor' s Letter  -  Sago Air Equipment Has History of Problems  -  Surviving Miner Says Air Masks Failed to Work
4-28
Mine Survivor Tells Families About Failure Of Air Packs  -  Feds Try to Reassure Miners on Air Packs   -  Sago survivor: At least four self-rescuers failed
4-28
Ten States, DC Sue EPA Over Power Plant Emissions
4-28
Generation Next
4-28
Do West Virginians want wind power?
4-28
More Lawlessness at EPA  -  Partisan Vote Advances Bush Nominee to Head EPA Air Office
4-28
Coal miner Massey's qtly profit plummets
4-27
A sense of urgency?  -  Opinions clash at hearing on mine-safety rules  -  More safety for miners  -  New mine safety rule sparks debate
4-27
MSHA shouldn't grant flexibility to coal operators, union says
4-27
National energy conversation getting louder  -  It ain't just the oil you use, it's the way that you use it
4-27
EarthTalk: Environmental Issues with Mining
4-27
Cape Cod Debates First US Offshore Wind Farm  -  World's Biggest Solar Farm Planned for New Mexico  -  Kennedy faces fight on Cape Wind
4-27
Hurricanes and the peril of global warming  -  Alaska students take global warming worries to Washington
4-27
Mingo Water
4-27
Nearly Half of States Reject Federal Mercury Rule
  -  White House EPA Pick Decried
4-27
NAACP brings out many local political candidates
4-27
Reportback on the Dirty Money Campign leading up the April 25th Wells Fargo AGM  -  Protesters criticize Wells Fargo Bank's lending policies
4-26
Mine safety rules
4-26
EarthTalk: Environmental Issues with Mining
4-26
Turning Dirty Coal Into Clean Energy
4-26
Mercury bill accord should become law  -  Business, Labor, Coal Industry Coalition Supports Bipartisan Move to Cut Mercury Emissions from Power Plants by 86%
4-26
Global Warming Behind Record 2005 Storms  -  Global warming debate is behind us; the focus is on solutions  -  Only the WTO can stop global warming
4-26
Peak Oil not to be ignored
4-26
Hedge fund filings detail issues about Massey, CEO
4-26
A Mighty Wind  -  Residents say 'wind factory' would spoil life
4-26
Coal severance collections likely exceed $270 million  -  Coal severance tax hits record $280 million in W.Va.
4-25
Kentucky writers speak out against mountaintop removal  -  Kentucky writers speak against mountaintop removal
4-25
Coal operators assail emergency mining rules  -  Mine rules may be dangerous, industry says  -  Mine safety
4-25
Coal mining's toll
4-25
Global warming behind record 2005 storms-US expert  -  Around the World, Warmer Temperatures Mean More Infections
4-25
Wind project clash expected  -  Solar Energy Milestone Reached in the Arizona Desert
4-25
Bush Faces Dissent From Republicans on Climate Change  -  World Bank Says Climate Change Will Hamper Development
4-25
Coal tax revenue jumps
4-24
Kentucky writers speak out against mountaintop removal
4-24
Dirty Money -- The Economy of Coal
4-24
Mine fire warnings thwarted
4-24
Global warming is 'inconvenient'   -  A fate worse than global warming?  -  Yelling 'Fire' on a Hot Planet
4-24
The wind farm state?  -  A True Test on Energy
4-23
Big Massey shareholder calls for more reforms
4-23
Earth Day met with political `gridlock on the environment'
4-23
Documentary turns the heat on global warming
4-23
Mountain Justice Summer 2006
4-23
Mine rescue demos tout lifesaving technology
4-23
Morgantown may be home to windmill factory
4-22
Details of ICGs inquiry into Sago disaster sought
4-22
Miner 2nd to die in 2 days  -  Fifth miner killed in Ky.  -  Coal miner killed in Harlan County
4-22
Planet Earth, Year 2050  -  Celebrating Our Eco-Heroes
4-22
Expect little from personnel shifts at the Interior Department
4-22
EPA Official Decries Climate Change
4-22
Gov. looking forward to signing mercury bill  -  State gives warning about mercury in fish
4-22
Higher price deals drive up Arch Coal profit  -  Strong Pricing And Margin Boost Arch Coal Q1 Profit, Lifts Lower End Of FY06 EPS Outlook
4-21
Celebrate nature this Earth Day
4-21
Global warming solutions debated; Scientists, politicians discuss what to do at WVU; Rahall defends coal
4-21
Mine rescue flaws called glaring  -  Wheeling conference focuses on mine rescues  -  Talking Mine Safety
4-21
Supervisor knew of gas line, state report says
4-21
Pike County mine accident kills man  -  28-year-old coal miner dies in Pike County
4-21
Rep. Mollohan should step aside
4-21
A Campaign Gore Can't Lose  -  Conceding on climate change  -  Events Of Past Year Revealed Certainty Of Climate Change, Says Oregon State University Researchers  -  The Emerging Environmental Majority
4-21
"Peak Oil and the Environment" Conference To Address World's Most Pressing Challenges
4-21
Friends of Blackwater kick off petition drive
4-20
Why Solartopia! Can Be Won By Earth Day 2030
4-20
So it begins
4-20
Byrd discloses Chinese-American coal-to-gas initiative
4-20
A bipolar solar disorder  -  Gore Revs Up Campaign - on Global Warming  -  Global Warming? Not in My Backyard
4-19
Deadline looming for acid-mine funds
4-19
FutureGen puts whole new spin on mining
4-19
Mollohan fills his war chest
4-19
PA DEP Secretary McGinty: 'Environmental Challenges Drive Economic Growth'
4-19
King Coal makes a return as dirty man of Europe goes green
4-19
Governor orders mercury reductions: Coal-fired plants targeted
4-19
Gore revs up campaign - on global warming  -  Coal dominates plans despite greenhouse angst  -  Scientists condemn US as emissions of greenhouse gases hit record level
4-18
Vanity Fair: The Rape of Appalachia
4-18
Vanity Fair: While Washington Slept   -  The Moment of Truth
4-18
Enemy of the Planet
4-18
Jobs that save the earth
4-18
Internet Visionaries Betting On Green Technology Boom
4-18
Michigan governor orders 90 percent mercury reduction for power plants  -  Tough on Mercury
4-18
FutureGen puts whole new spin on mining  (There's no such thing as "clean coal"--it is dirty when you mine it, dirty when you haul, dirty when you burn it, dirty when you dispose of the ash, and it sure dirties up politics!)
4-18
Chemical Companies Look to Coal as an Oil Substitute
4-18
Sago miners, owner await results of tests on seals  - Company says code not to blame for Sago miscommunication
4-18
Stand up against barge expansion
4-18
Proposed coal-fired power plant in Kentucky clears hurdle; It could bring more pollution to Southern Indiana
4-18
Supreme Court to rule on time limits for coal methane royalties
4-18
The Fight Over the Water Beneath Black Mesa
4-18
What are New Brunswickers supporting when they pay their power bill?
4-18
More foe than friend of clean air
4-18
Measuring Environmental Impact: True Value Added
4-18
Activists March Against France's Plans to Build New Generation of Nuclear Reactors
4-18
Britain Warned Not to Dash for New Nuclear Power  -  UK Government Faces Tough Choices on Future Power   -  UK's Brown Wants US$20 Billion Clean Energy Fund
4-18
California tackles greenhouse emissions
4-18
Global warming sparks a scramble for black gold under retreating ice  -  UK scientists attack oil firms' role in huge Arctic project
4-18
Global Warming Is A Moral Issue
4-18
The perils of global warming
4-18
Field of Nightmares
4-17
Secret code led to false rescue news at Sago? Fears of leaking to the press caused confusion on surface   -  Transcripts reveal Sago officials ignored methane buildup  -  Details of Sago Mine Disaster
4-17
New rules do not require mine lifelines to resist fire
4-17
Smart voters
4-17
Vanity Green (Snippet: Michael Shnayerson writes about the "Rape of Appalachia," mind-boggling devastation in the search for coal, lorded over by corporate bad guy titan Don Blankenship, CEO Of Massey Energy.)
4-17
W.Va., Minn. have similar problem
4-17
Deadline looming for mine funds
4-17
New Zealand activist fears for his family
4-17
Scientists Say They're Being Gagged By Bush
4-17
Bush's energy plan stalls  -  Ethanol mandates pump up prices
4-17
Sacred activism
4-17
Pa. offering wind turbines to show the power in a breeze
4-17
Blair hints at go-ahead for new nuclear power plants
4-17
Renewable energy means business opportunities
4-17
Time to go solar: Energy costs have homeowners looking skyward
4-17
WINDS of CHANGE
4-17
Running out of gas and time
4-17
The shape of things to come
4-17
Life in the Green Lane
4-17
Fiddling While the Earth Burns
4-17
In The Balance
4-17
China: the sky darkens
4-16
Mines methane buildup ignored
4-16
Sago official lied about training; examiner's notes 'disappeared'
4-16
Coal's economic promise masks high cost of ruination
4-16
Pilots Working For Environmental Preservation
4-16
The Bridge Between Ecology and Economic Justice (scroll down)
4-16
Mingo Co: New school clears major hurdle
4-16
Newcomer helps put Senate race at top in spending
4-16
Joint interim committees have many issues to study
4-16
Milky stream conditions raise questions
4-16
Challenge to Pa. Mercury Rules
4-16
Illinois selects four finalists in bid to lure coal plant  -  AEP's Planned IGCC Plant Gets Boost from Ohio Commission
4-16
Power plant zaps eco-fragile zone
4-16
At last top celebrities wake up to plight of the planet
4-16
Wind energy: India ranks fourth in the world, leads in Asia
4-16
Panelists urge developing mix of energy sources
4-16
Blair dealt nuclear power blow by parliament body   -   Going Nuclear (written by co-chair of industry-funded initiative)
4-16
'Doing nothing isn't an option - Britain's in the mood to go green'
4-16
Global warming: Media coverage has improved but still bows to corporate masters
4-16
Is This Humanity's First Planetary Emergency?
4-16
Grim future with 3C rise
4-16
Global warming may be to blame for rise in hurricane activity
4-16
Warming Arctic Is Taking a Toll
4-16
Early Signs: Water Disappearing
4-16
Savvy traveller: guilt trip
4-16
Global Warming Capable Of Sparking Mass Species Extinctions
4-16
Could Global Warming Be Worse Than You Think?
4-16
As China, U.S. Vie for More Oil, Diplomatic Friction May Follow
 
4-16
It's hard work being good
4-15
Spare the Taxpayer, Spur the Economy, Save the Planet
4-15
Death, famine, drought: cost of 3C global rise in temperature  - 'Too late' to stop 3C rise in temperature  - 3 degrees: Chief scientist warns bigger rise in world's temperature will put 400 million at risk  - Scientist issues grim warning on global warming
4-15
EPA plan would give political officials more say over air-quality standards
4-15
Jurors get weeklong Easter break in flood trial
4-15
New clean coal power plant is closer to reality  (There's no such thing as "clean coal"--it is dirty when you mine it, dirty when you haul, dirty when you burn it, dirty when you dispose of the ash, and it sure dirties up politics!)  -  New Report Says Wests Coal Industry Will Lag Unless it Cleans Up Its Act
4-15
Nation's energy needs open new, old opportunities  -  Summary Box: Coal's comeback?
4-15
Illinois records 3 years without coal death as state pushes for high-tech plant
4-15
A walk through a world of darkness, noise, coal dust
4-15
Abandoned mines: a deadly playground
4-15
Manchin reversal might raise workers' comp rates
4-15
Barry Receives NEH Fellowship (scroll down, last entry, bottom right)
4-15
Author discussed Appalachia
4-15
Pa. DEP says utility companies not forthcoming on mercury rules
4-15
San Francisco Becomes First U.S. City to Pass Peak Oil Resolution
4-15
Nuclear puts renewable energy at risk  -  United Kingdom: Government close to approving nuclear stations
4-15
Time to stop fighting windmills
4-15
Chemical Giant Plans New Solar Strides
4-15
EU Utilities Rush for Renewable Energy
4-15
Maryville couple powers home with solar energy
4-15
Green Sun Over China
4-15
Heat's on as Spain battles desert spread
4-15
Is Colorado's Ski Industry Doomed Due To Global Warming?
4-14
Justices have to have a certain latitude
4-14
Election calendar
4-14
Stark warning over climate change
4-14
EPA is ordered to release documents on mercury rule  -  Mercury report details toxic fish
4-14
Forget Computers. Here Comes the Sun.   -  It's time to get serious about energy of wind   -  Renewable Energy Will Power New Jersey
4-14
U.K. looks to renewable energy from wave power
4-14
Natural light 'to reinvent bulbs'
4-14
Research culminates in forum about mountaintop mining
4-14
Save energy, mountains and money  -  Saving Energy  -  Why standby costs us 62m a year
4-14
Governor says state must keep promise to widows, widowers
4-14
King Coal Highway group seeks help from D.C.
4-14
Massey Energy Seeks to Rebuff Rejection  - U.S. Hedge Fund Activism Turns up Heat on Miners  -  Coal miner Massey says Q1 profit expected in range
4-14
Too clean for Kentucky
4-14
Clean-coal power plant looking more likely in Meigs; not everyone pleased (That's because there's no such thing as "clean coal"--it is dirty when you mine it, dirty when you haul, dirty when you burn it, dirty when you dispose of the ash, and it sure dirties up politics!)
4-14
Bill advances Wyoming clean coal ambitions  -  Clean coal reps eager for federal incentives  -  New Way to Make Green Diesel from Coal  -    RWE plans 'clean coal' plant in southern England
4-14
 
Short-term fix: Coal to hydrogen (addicts' short-term fix can lead to quick death...)
4-14
Coal gasification: "clean coal" or subsidy-hungry boondoggle?
4-14
Reality Check: Coal Power Plant Industry Ad
4-14
Coal value in snail habitat disputed
4-14
Pollution has no boundaries: US official
4-14
China's Hu Heads to US on Energy Efficiency Wave
4-14
Drilling the Wild
4-14
You Call This a Wetland?
4-14
Nuclear power is not energy solution, say MPs  -  Ministers urged to back green power
4-14
Tough questions on future power
4-14
Can sugar cane sweeten up the global-warming picture?
4-14
Fragrance of pine forests helps to slow climate change
4-14
Study: Dont look to plants to cure global warming
4-14
Insurance Risk Models Rise With Elevated Storm Frequency, Severity
4-14
Climate change expert muzzled
4-13
Reports detail mountaintop destruction
4-13
Off the grid or on, solar and wind power gain
4-13
Mining expert concludes testimony in flood trial
4-13
Blankenship Quiet Right Now
4-13
State won't push plant on cleaner coal burning   -  Kentucky OKs power plant  -  Peabody plan takes a step ahead  - Environmentalists decry decision on coal-fired power plant
4-13
Who pays when polluters go bankrupt?
4-13
Its Time for the Entire World to Lower Income Taxes and Raise Environmental Taxes
4-13
Toxic shock: Mercury, arsenic, cyanide underground
4-13
Mercury emissions from China coal-fired plants reach US
4-13
Coal mine forces snails to relocate
4-13
Chrysler blasts Big Oil
4-13
Northwestern University Commits to 20% Renewable Energy  -  Connecticut College Updates Its Renewable Energy Commitment
4-13
We pay dearly for ethanol
4-13
EU must step up efficient energy use, says energy watchdog
4-13
 
California's environment, economy can improve together
4-13
EU CO2 Emission Prices Hit New Record High
4-13
Global Warming Could Cause Mass Extinctions by 2050, Study Says
4-12
Benjamin hears Massey appeal
4-12
Not all machines will be ready for May primary vote  - For early voting, the choice may be paper
4-12
Political cash: Mollohan allegations
4-12
Possible blackwater spill investigated
4-12
Vanity Fair's "Green" Issue
4-12
Frivolous rumors hurt our legal representatives
4-12
Regulators approve surcharges for AEP plant work
4-12
Fly ash lawsuit possible
4-12
Tuscaloosa mine to close in observance of miner's death
4-12
Turning coal into liquid fuel  - PPL exec endorses governor's coal-to-liquid idea
4-12
FirstEnergy gets funds for cleanup; $1.3 billion in state-issued bonds to help upgrade two coal plants
4-12
DuPont's push for profits goes solar   -  FPL to build solar array over old dump
4-12
N.J. to set renewable energy goal
4-12
Cheaper fuel: a pipe dream?
4-12
An empowering idea
4-12
We'd better act now for our own good
4-12
Hot Air and Glacial Change: A Case Study
4-12
Over half the plant species in Europe at risk because of climate change
4-11
Poison Water in the Coalfields - People are Dying
4-11
Diversity of species faces 'catastrophe' from climate change  -  Global Warming Threatens Extinctions
4-11
Mingo Co. 911 improvements coming (Thanks to OVEC members and Sludge Safety Project for making this happen!)
4-11
Experts See Peril in Reduced Monitoring of Nation's Streams and Rivers
4-11
Mine deaths: Bitter state poll
4-11
Massey Energy claims feds excluding it from Alma investigation
4-11
PSC approves Allegheny's scrubber, restructuring plan  -   Fort Martin scrubbers approved by PSC
4-11
Beech Ridge opens wind farm field office
4-11
Massey Energy Announces Conference Call/Webcast
4-11
W.Va. gives tourists a glimpse of the coal miner's world
4-11
PUCO backs some recovery for AEP clean coal plant
4-11
Coal makes a comeback   -  Coal plants renaissance pits energy vs. pollution
4-11
Coalbed methane: Water cleanup inexpensive
4-11
Coal plant dispute heats up 
4-11
40% of state's fish high in mercury, study says
4-11
Future looks sunny as plant adds capacity for solar panels
4-11
Utility-scale Ontario Wind Farm Commissioned
4-11
Hot for hybrids
4-11
A conversation with climate journalist Elizabeth Kolbert
4-11
Climate Change Shattering Marine Food Chain
4-11
Ski resorts, water supply at risk
4-11
Schwarzenegger stalls on plan to fight global warming
4-10
Loans for plants may get federal guarantee
4-10
Candidates amass $1.9 million
4-10
Here's to living in harmony with nature
4-10
Criticism of wind power exaggerated, misleading
4-10
The real cost of coal-fired plants is $4.4 billion
4-10
Six killed in China coal mine blast
4-10
Spate of tornadoes disrupt South  -  Tornadoes Strike Tennessee, Kill 12
4-9
White House mulls changes to plant emission rules
4-9
Massey fights order to raise court deposit
4-9
Citations filed against Mingo mine recently
4-9
One coal operator's fines show lax system
4-9
Bass pro carrying coals message across the country (Coal's message--we destroy your mountains, bury your streams, drive away your neighbors, pollute your water and air, broil your planet and we tell you You Will Like It)  -   Open for Business
4-9
PETT CARTOON WORTH MORE THAN 1,000 WORDS
4-9
Is balanced journalism to blame for the lack of action on global warming?
4-9
Montana Pollution Rules Draw Federal Objections
4-9
Leading scientists attack Blair over nuclear power
4-9
Offshore Drilling Plan Widens Rifts Over Energy Policy
4-9
Solar Power Steps Into Spotlight
4-9
Solar Energy
4-9
Germany's Solar Valley Transforms Region
4-8
2 more West Virginia miners killed  -  Mining Accidents Kill Two  - Two More Mining Deaths   -  Two fatal accidents push W.Va. mine death toll to 18
4-8
Coal on cutting edge, Rotary told  - Coal-fired electric plant construction boom good for state  - W.Va. among states seeking power plant
4-8
Governor says Raleigh truly open for business at chamber event
4-8
Students from across Southeast convene over clean energy  -  Energy use conference to begin
4-8
Film explores issues surrounding mountaintop removal
4-8
The revolutionary: The price of power
4-8
'Citizen army' marching on Window Rock; Group wants to stop 'water grab'
4-8
Underrepresented underground
4-8
Massey wants interview access in Aracoma case
4-8
Sago owner announces 115 citations, says nearly all corrected
4-8
Massey critic's had other proxy fights
4-8
Corps could end the barge facility dispute
4-8
Alpha buys Ky. mines
4-8
Pittston School District orders tests run on fields soil after complaint
4-8
State suspends coal firm's license
4-8
The 411 On 527s
4-8
The Once and Future Carbohydrate Economy
4-8
Oil addiction: Weak solution
4-8
Suing International Coal Group for the damage done by coal sludge that has fallen off coal trucks as they leave the Sago mines
4-8
Xcel solar plant will tap the state's rays 
4-7
Bill Moyers: Let's Save Our Democracy by Getting Money Out of Politics
4-7
Criminal probe of mine fire initiated  -  Feds Investigate Alma Mine Fire  -  Federal authorities called into West Virginia mine fire  -  Feds Probe Fatal Fire at W.Va. Mine
4-7
The policies of John Raese and Don Blankenship are harmful to West Virginia, according to panelists
4-7
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly   -  Learn More
4-7
Massey proxy fight isn't new for New York investment fund
4-7
Hydrologist criticizes report, plaintiffs experts
4-7
Man ordered imprisoned for lying to investigators of fatal mining accident in 2003
4-7
Miners face cuts in benefits and vacation time
4-7
The Threat Of Compulsory Insurance
4-7
Alaska Gold Mine Threatens Pristine Waters, Wilderness  -  Dumping toxic mine waste into a pristine lake would set an alarming precedent
4-7
Residents downstream from proposed power plant have concerns
4-7
Georgia considers one of nation's strictest mercury policies
4-7
Americas desire for cheap electricity, generated by the nations coal-fired power plants, comes with a hidden environmental concern
4-7
For People and Planet
4-7
Global Warmers
4-7
New case for regulating CO2 emissions  -  Nuclear power idea back on table  -  Carbon caps proposed to lessen greenhouse gas
4-7
Outraged yet engaging scientist can't remain silent about Earth's climate crisis
4-7
Corporate giants take up fight for gas targets  -  Biggest energy companies in U.S. call for caps on carbon emissions
4-7
Insurers' climate nightmare
4-7
Climate inaction will hit jobs
4-7
 
Arctic water flow speeding up
4-7
Fossil fuels threatening sea life, researchers say
4-7
Earth Day 2006: Massive Fever
4-7
Sharp sees US taking lead as top solar consumer
4-7
N.J. to offer renewable energy surcharge
4-7
Manchin to visit Italy and Germany
4-6
Utility projects part of larger scrubber plan
4-6
Now is time to clean up coal, from mine to plant
4-6
Group calls pollution No. 3 factor in health-related early death
4-6
Lost peaks, lost treasures?
4-6
Heart of the case witness takes stand in flood trial
4-6
Delegate Targets Natural Gas Rates
4-6
'Lost Mountain' examines destructive mining practice
4-6
EPA ends role in coal ash spill river mess
4-6
Wyoming governor asks EPA to reject Montana's coal-bed methane rules
4-6
FirstEnergy receives green light to expand disposal lake
4-6
The former Division of Highway supervisor for Mingo County has blown the whistle on what many are calling dirty politics
4-6
Report describes pharmaceutical spending on campaigns, lobbying
4-6
GOP Approves Campaign Finance Measure That Hurts Democrats
4-6
Global warning
4-6
Climate Researchers Feeling Heat From White House
4-6
The heat is on
4-6
US Utilities' CO2 Emissions Up Since 1990 - Report
4-6
Chicago Climate Mart to try CO2 Link With EU
4-6
Magazine report calls for action
4-6
New Electric Transmission Line Connecting to Nation's Largest Solar Energy Facility Supported by California Leaders
4-6
Bush puts pol in 'pollute'
4-5
Eco-tourism is becoming second nature in West Virginia
4-5
Grant landowners to argue against proposed wind farm
4-5
Byrd offers amendment to improve mine safety
4-5
Legislation puts Ohio in position to receive $1 billion coal plant
4-5
Once upon a time, coal mining regulators actually enforced the rules
4-5
South Dakota power plant worries Minnesota residents
4-5
Coal-fired concerns
4-5
China to Close All Small Coal Mines in Safety Drive
4-5
Deep in a Chinese Coal Miners' Story
4-5
Overcoming a mining legacy that makes the river run red
4-5
Senate Panel Takes Baby Steps on Climate Change  - Congress warming to climate regulation
4-5
Global Warming: What, Me Worry?
4-5
The Big Melt Coming Faster Than Expected  -  Higher Temperatures Are Causing Melting at North and South Poles
4-5
California breakthrough
4-5
Climate disaster
4-5
Flunking the Oil Addiction Test
4-5
Looming water crisis on Prairies  
4-5
Wonders of wind  -  Turbines threaten bird population, ecosystem
4-5
It's A Little Easier Being Green
4-5
Laundromat taps solar power to heat water
4-5
Solar-powered homes will be first for region
4-5
Region urged to join move to renewable energy; Clear air advocates skewer nuclear generation as expensive, unreliable
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Global warming is the worst news of our time. But pessimism saps our will. It's time to embrace the challenge, and call boldly on Americans to win the fight of a lifetime.
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UN to hear from coalfield residents
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VANITY FAIRS FIRST-EVER GREEN ISSUE
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Meteorologist says 2001 storm extremely unusual
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Investigators say victims of Massey mine fire not briefed on fire safety
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Massey shareholder pushing for changes  -   Massey asks stockholders to reject board shakeup
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EPA Faces Internal Outcry On Airborne Emissions Plan  - EPA Staff Opposes Agency's Proposal To Weaken Clean Air Act
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Barry Bingham and 'the public trust'   -  Courage and quality   - A legacy of ethics
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Expansion of Pa. sludge-disposal lake awaiting state go-ahead
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Republican U.S. Senate candidates discuss spending campaign and federal
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Pa. Seeks to Lead in Recycling Mine Water
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Western opposition to coal plants could land them in Wyoming
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