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8-31

End in sight for Massey-related cases
8-31

Ex-workers claim Massey threatened to sue them
8-31

Can Greenbrier County live with wind turbines?   -  Greenbrier Wind Project Wins Approval
8-31

Kentucky, W.Va. test miners' air packs
8-31

Severance tax stifling W.Va., Chesapeake chief exec says (translation: let us pilfer and pillage, then not even leave you pittance)
8-31

Little light bulbs might add up to fewer coal-fired power plants
8-31

McCloy, Families Sue ICG, Mining and Equipment Companies
8-31

Boone miners suing Massey
8-31

U.S. Coal Miners Still Suffering From Black Lung, Report Says
8-31

Peabody Energy Gets Nod From EPA for Illinois Coal-Fired Power Plant
8-31

Duke urged not to build coal-fired power plants; Public wants energy efficiency and renewable sources considered at Cliffside
8-31

Bangladesh protesters halt coal project
8-31

United Kingdom: Green protesters mass to close 'Drax the Destroyer'   -  Climate change protesters feel the heat
8-31

"Coal Hollow: Work by Ken Light, Oral Histories by Melanie Light"
8-31

Melting ice dilutes northern seas
8-31

China nomads on energy's cutting edge: China's plan to cut coal use has brought electricity to nomads and hopes for cleaner air by 2020
8-31

Officials Reach California Deal to Cut Emissions
8-31

Global Warning: Devastation of an Atoll
8-31

Benefits of Solar Power
8-30
EPA finds asbestos, coal dust at Marsh Fork grade school
8-30
Group to ask PSC to rethink ruling
8-30
Wind turbines stir storm
8-30
Groups argue against Greenbrier power plant
8-30
TCV issues report card
8-30
Massey Energy CEO to Speak in New York
8-30
Coal keeps US economy burning
8-30
 King Coal Highway Authority set to meet Sept. 12
8-30
Jenkins aiding fight against barge facility
8-30
PSC approves clean-coal power plant in Clark (While cleaning up existing coal-fired power plants would be a great idea, perpetrating the myth of "clean" coal is not. Coal's dirty when you mine it, dirty when you prep 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!)
8-30
Supervisors approve coal residue landfills
8-30
Utility will pay fine, make donations to settle complaint
8-30
Anti-coal protest for fourth day in Bangladesh
8-30
Colorado County Objects to Proposed Resumption Of Uranium Mining
8-30
Vermont announces solar, wind incentives  -  Lynch calls for state goal of 25 percent renewable energy by 2025
8-30
Boeing to provide 600,000 solar cells for renewable energy
8-30
On Retirement: Not all senior citizens doubt global warming
8-30
Warming guilt? Travel sites aim to ease; For a price, travelers can offset carbon impact of flying, driving
8-30
Climate Change Severely Threatens International Economic Growth
8-30
EUROPE CLIMATE WARNING
8-30
Global Warming Feedback Loop Caused by Methane, Scientists Say
8-30
Global warming increases prevalence of plague
8-30
We can't reverse global warming by triggering another catastrophe; Sulphate pollution killed hundreds of thousands of Africans. A plan to use sulphur to fight climate change risks the same
8-30
Global warming may limit management of wild fires
8-30
World Bank Logs Largest Ever Greenhouse Gas Deal
8-30
Scientists pinpoint polar catastrophe
8-29
Wind project gets OK from state; Chicago developer plans 124 wind turbines for Greenbrier  -  PSC Approves Greenbrier Wind Farm Project  -  Mixed Emotions As Greenbrier County Wind Farm Project Passes
8-29
DON BLANKENSHIP: The liberal left just doesn't get it
8-29
Disaster-prone China takes heed of global warming
8-29
The use of coal in defense industry
8-29
National strike planned in Bangladesh to protest coal project activist killings
8-29
Duke Energy faces debate on coal plants; Critics: Money should be spent on conservation
8-29
Washington state's glaciers are melting, and that has scientists concerned
8-29
Kelpie Wilson: Death to the Incandescent
8-29
Peak Oil, climate change, and the daunting arithmetic of carbon fuels
8-29
Carbon farming a viable option, scientists say
8-29
Analysis: Algae may produce biofuels
8-29
How Many Lightbulbs Does it Take to Change the World?
8-29
South Australia aims for world-first climate change laws
8-29
Katrina dwarfed by regional climate impact say top aid and environment groups
8-29
UN watchdog shines light on Jasper mine
8-28
Some think Blankenship waging anti-liberal phone-poll campaign
8-28
Record shows Blankenship not afraid to sue
8-28
Wind Energy Decision Today
8-28
U.S. Rails Seek Ways to Haul More Wyoming Coal
8-28
Congressional candidates spar over W. Ky. energy
8-28
Buried toxins resurface in fight over Washington County power plant
8-28
Thousands take to Bangladesh streets after 5 slain in coal mine protests
8-28
Acid Rain Affects Large Swathes of China
8-28
CHINA PRESS: Government To Curb Coal-To-Liquids Investment By End-06
8-28
Protesters pan Perry plan on coal plants
8-28
Greenpeace calls for moratorium on coal mines
8-28
Bumper Crop of US Wind Farms Boosts Turbine Makers
8-28
Pollution in the Water, Lawsuits in the Air--With Damage to Ecosystem Jeopardizing Tourist Industry, Oklahoma Fights Back
8-28
EPA official: Most sustainable is wind, solar energy
8-28
Want Solar Energy Write-Offs? Try New Jersey
8-28
'Green' books at their peak
8-28
Biofuel Rush Risks Gasoline Hike, Forest Damage
8-28
U.S. has no choice but break oil habit
8-28
Ice Age Gives Clues to Global Warming
8-27
City rallies cry for justice
8-27
Mountain top removal symposium to be offered
8-27
Multicultural festival seeks volunteers
8-27
Article on wind power receives criticism
8-27
Long road ahead for King Coal project
8-27
When union goes, safety goes with it
 
8-27
Pacifica Radio's Flashpoints features Erik Reece on mountaintop removal (scroll down to last entry at 46 minutes)
8-27
The Merchant of Menace: How "merchant coal" is changing the face of America
8-27
Power plants seek solutions to mercury
8-27
Win for Clean Air   -   Cleaner air?
8-27
Six killed: Bangladesh coal mine protest spreads 
8-27
US EPA affirms Ill. power plant permits -Peabody
8-27
A Windmill for Your Backyard?
8-27
FRESH ENERGY
8-27
DuPont Invests $100M to Expand Solar Tech Production
8-27
Kinky Friedman Outlines Ambitious Energy Plan for Texas 
8-27
Oil dependence puts U.S. at risk
8-27
Vonnegut's Apocalypse: He survived being captured by the Nazis and the suicide of his mother to write some of the funniest, darkest novels of our time, but it took George W. Bush to break him 
8-27
Top environment reporters talk about journalism vs. activism
8-27
Wind turbine eyed for school
8-27
The Greening of Work
8-27
Air conditioning for Eskimos as the Arctic warms up  
8-26
PSD members rip DEP for alleged lax enforcement of blasting laws
8-26
Judge allows miners to participate anonymously in Sago probe
8-26
Ed Wiley could kick Chuck Norris' Ass (for the kids)
8-26
A-list speakers to dig into key issues at Coal Symposium
8-26
Coal-fed gasification plant fires up controversy  -  Arch Coal invests in coal-to-liquid
8-26
Cut mercury at coal plants, Doyle orders
8-26
Public notice: Fly ash may be on its way to Clarkdale
8-26
Two killed in protest over open pit coal mine in Bangladesh
8-26
Money flowing to new ideas in energy
8-26
Oil crisis by 2010  -  Oil is close to running out, and chaos will follow, according to a US expert
8-26
Nuclear not viable option
8-26
Arctic nations need to curb climate change
8-26
Climate change shifting European seasons  
8-26
Climate change expert leads tidal power project
 
8-26
The scientists who claim they can create free energy
8-25
The Merchant of Menace: How "merchant coal" is changing the face of America
8-25
Take Back America rally Saturday  - Take Action In Charleston: 2 p.m. Saturday Aug. 26 --Take Back America rally and parade
8-25
Coal mine water plan dropped
8-25
Dianne Aprile: Mining practices threaten more than just wildlife
8-25
Paul Wilson and Barbara Fallon: Clean, renewable energy is possible with trade-off
8-25
Int'l Coal Group stock down as mine survivor sues
8-25
Neighbors of 2 ICG-owned mines file lawsuits
8-25
Scholar seeks Battle of Blair Mountain info
8-25
Second Annual Earth Rock, a Mountaintop Removal Awareness Concert (scroll down)
8-25
Miners practice underground rescue
8-25
Taking steps as mercury is all around
8-25
Tired of waiting on alternative fuels? Hop on a scooter
8-25
Biofuels Could Strain U.N. Goals of Ending Hunger
8-25
Draft EIS recommends US DOE help fund planned Florida IGCC plant
8-25
Dirt-cheap energy must end: expert
8-25
Bill McKibben: Finally, Fired up over Global Warming
8-25
Climate Change Linked to Mercury Emissions
8-25
Why Air Con is Ruining Our Environment
8-25
The global business of battling climate change 
8-25
Christians urged to take action on climate change
8-25
Insurers responding to climate change: Study
8-25
Americans Link Hurricanes and Heat Wave to Climate Change
8-25
Mountain climate change trends could predict water resources
8-25
Actor/environmental activist Ed Begley, Jr., talks about peak oil, California Proposition 87, wind farms, electric cars, and photovoltaic electricity
8-25
The Photovoltaic Boom
8-25
Promoting Alternative Energy Without Being Too Green
8-24
Whither Wind? A journey through the heated debate over wind power?
8-24
True love found, and back-bumper bound
8-24
Blankenship aiming to own W.Va.  -  1974 Booklet: Who Owns West Virginia
8-24
Casey to GOP Legislators: Tell Blankenship to Quit Filing Frivolous Lawsuits
8-24
McCloy, two families sue; Lawsuits allege lax safety practices led to Sago blast
8-24
Residents near Sago mine sue over noise, threats
8-24
Judge dismisses lawsuit over coal mine safety
8-24
Bush's disturbing nomination
8-24
Aug 26: Earth Rock Benefit Concert
8-24
Sept. 27: Black Diamonds: Mountaintop Removal and the Fight for Coalfield Justice
8-24
Inconvenient bike traffic to proclaim "inconvenient truth"
8-24
A ruling for clean air
8-24
CEO defends longwall mining
8-24
"Clean" coal anything but: Texas Utility Admits Coal Plants Will Increase Some Pollutants
8-24
Panel recommends TCEQ deny TXU permit
8-24
Wyoming County man found dead at mine substation
8-24
China faces flooded coal market if production goes unchecked
8-24
Who will champion renewable energy?
8-24
EU energy chief says renewable energy must cost less to rival oil
8-24
Solar Power: DuPont To Build $50 Million Plant In Bladen County
8-24
Governor Expands California Solar Roofs Plan
8-24
Independent Analyst Report on EnviroMission's Solar Tower Power Station Development
8-24
New public opinion poll on global warming
8-24
EU CO2 Plans For 2008-12 "Ambitious Enough"
8-24
Insurance companies take on global warming
8-24
McCain heads overseas to observe global warming effects
8-24
Global warming affects Alaska
8-24
 
 
8-23
Take Action In Charleston: 2 p.m. Saturday Aug. 26 --Take Back America rally and parade
8-23
Patchwork Films Releases Mountaintop Removal DVD
8-23
Appalachian life portrayed at gallery
8-23
Voter apathy is hurting West Virginia
8-23
Saving our Environment from Washington and Wall Street: Switching to a Steady State Economy
8-23
Hybrid Cars Will Pay for Themselves Over Time - Study
8-23
Illinois governor plans to tap local energy sources - Blagojevich pushes biofuels, coal gasification
8-23
Environment Impact to Rule Demand for Commodities
8-23
Coal Is Attractive (to conscience-free investors), But Risks Are High (amen to that!)
8-23
Clean Win Against Coal Plants  -  Ruling may bring more controls on pollution from power plant
8-23
Global Warming and the United States   -   Global Warming Imperils Alaska Village
8-23
State report warns of lasting changes to water flows, supplies
8-23
Andean cloud forests endangered by climate change
8-23
Tearfund urges climate change action ahead of Nairobi meeting
8-23
The 'Social Footprint' of Climate Change
8-23
New York Caps-and-Trades To Address Climate Change
8-23
Hot Couture
8-22
Take Action In Charleston: 2 p.m. Saturday Aug. 26 --Take Back America rally and parade
8-22
NLRB files complaint in union, Massey dispute
8-22
Move kids upstream of Marsh Fork Elementary  (scroll down)
8-22
Third candidates need to be heard
8-22
What environmental offense has infuriated you the most? (scroll down)
8-22
Ohio could be on cusp of advance in energy; State being considered for facility to transform coal into jet, diesel fuel
8-22
Wyo. coal-to-liquid plant advances  -   DKRW and SNC-Lavalin to design coal-to-liquid fuels projects
8-22
What a choice: while South Africa mulls extra taxes for Sasol, the US wants to offer Sasol a subsidy of $21 a barrel
8-22
Hirsch on responding to peak oil
8-22
Slow Start for Revival of Nuclear Reactors
8-22
Second utility to cut mercury pollution from coal-fired plants
8-22
Governor Plans an Energy Shift for Illinois
8-22
Federal Bill Would Give Solar, Fuel Cells a Boost; "Empowering America Act" would increase solar consumers' rights, lower installation costs
8-22
Sensational Solar: Panels drastically reduce Vaca man's electric bills   -   Tax energy industry, fund solar panels
8-22
Solar energy is cheap, reliable and practical
8-22
Leading the renewable way
8-22
Irish Government To Triple Renewable Electricity By 2010
8-22
Researchers learn to extract crude oil from pig manure
8-22
Vermont's solar forecast: Sunny  - Vermont's solar energy industry starting to take off
8-22
Newtown firm looks past world of fossil fuels
8-22
Schwarzenegger signs solar power bill
8-22
Experimental hydro-electric and solar power plant to be studied for Pattison Park
8-22
First Fully Integrated Solar Roofing System from Nu-Lok
8-22
Katrina, global warming and peak oil
8-22
Using corn and other food for fuel trades one problem for another
8-22
Drinking water generating from atmosphere by Solar Hybrid Technology
8-22
Top climatologist warns global warming will hit Vermont hard
8-21
Take Action In Charleston: 2 p.m. Saturday Aug. 26 --Take Back America rally and parade
8-21
Memorial honors Sago miners
8-21
Delegate Clif Moore: Delegation pushing coal-to-liquid plant  -  Negotiations Underway for Coal-to-Liquids Plant  -  The Return Of Nazi Oil
8-21
The fight for King Coal
8-21
Fletcher applauded for his Appalachian policy -   Fletcher gets kudos for coal truck crackdown 
8-21
U.S. Power Plants Slow to Clean Up Their Act
8-21
US Court Hands EPA a Win in Utility Emission Case
8-21
Researchers hope 'bugs' can speed up coalbed production
8-21
Tax credit for coal-based synthetic fuels losing its steam
8-21
Should America rely on nuclear power? No
8-21
Food, biofuels could worsen water shortages
8-21
Grey Jays Hit by Warming as Birds' Freezer Fails
8-21
Norway Authority Demands CO2 Capture at Gas Plant
8-21
Mountain View company plugs fuel cell solution for powering laptops
8-21
Suntech Power Plans US$60 Million Shanghai R&D Plant
8-21
Papua New Guinea: The Ocean Is Coming
8-21
Gum tree experiment tests climate change's impact
8-21
Warming forces Australian winemaker to look south
8-21
The new age of sail
8-21
Its easy to sit at home on Election Day (scroll down)
8-21
Climate change: Why U.S., China are key
8-20
Logan bridges portend problems; Lengthwise deck cracks could be found in other spans
8-20
West Virginia has one of the best sites to see the heavens
8-20
Congress Poised to Unravel the Internet
8-20
Iraq: Ever Closer to Fears of Civil War
8-20
Truce Strained as Israelis Raid Lebanon Site  -  Israel Committed to Block Arms and Kill Nasrallah  -   Trying to Avoid the Perils of Peacekeeping
8-20
Iran ready for war with Israel
8-20
US Media Providing Distorted View of Mideast Conflict
8-20
National Trend: Rural Oregon Town Feels Pinch of Poverty
8-20
Battle for Mexico's democratic soul
8-20
Ruling for the Law
8-20
The Rise of Shrinking-Vacation Syndrome
8-20
Help, before they croak
8-20
GOP's Financial Edge Shrinks
8-20
The monkey that could save the world
8-20
In praise of stupid emperors
8-20
Iran cartoon show mocks Holocaust; Tehran exhibition attacks West's 'double standards' over religious satire
8-20
Oliver Stone, 9/11, and the Big Lie
8-19
Bush Blasts Court Ruling on Surveillance
8-19
G.O.P. Deserts One of Its Own for Lieberman
8-19
Agency Approves First Use of Viruses as a Food Additive
8-19
In Nashville, Sounds of Political Uprising From the Left
8-19
Bush Contemplates Rebirth of Dictatorship for Iraq
8-19
Mexican held over 300 serial murders; may be part of gang terrorizing women in Cuidad Juarez for 13 years  -  Mexican arrested in U.S. suspected in Ciudad Juarez rapes, killings    -  Possible Juarez killer detained?
8-19
Rumpole author claims UK is selling out to fascism
8-19
We should be skeptical about this alleged plot, and wary of politicians who seek to benefit
8-19
Liquid Bombers Prove: "They Hate Our Freedoms!"
 
8-19
Denuded forest caused Zambo Sur landslide
8-19
Cheney Gets Flawed Neocon Briefings on Iran
8-19
Scientists Add Years to Ozone Recovery
8-19
How the canvassing industry is burning out progressive youth
8-19
Chinese drought affects millions
8-18
Judge Rules Bush's Surveillance Program Unconstitutional   -  U.S. Judge Finds Wiretap Actions Violate the Law  -  Businesses accused of helping the Bush Administration eavesdrop on customers could be in for a legal bruising   -  Telcos prepare for the worst as wiretap cases head West
8-18
Big Tobacco Lied to Public, Judge Says   -  New Limits Set Over Marketing for Cigarettes
8-18
The Conyers Report: An Interview  -   Conyers' Report Newly Updated: "Constitution in Crisis"
8-18
Republicans Losing The 'Security Moms'
8-18
Three Years After Blackout, Power Problems Persist
8-18
Tri-State Airport evacuated; Liquid in bottles not explosive, tests show
8-18
'Code Red' for National Parks
8-18
Labour agrees: Bush is crap
8-18
Why Globalization Isn't Working
8-18
7 Killed as Full-Scale Sectarian Fighting Rages in Baghdad
8-18
Pollution, Overfishing is Killing East China Sea
8-18
Inquiry Suggests Marines Excised Files on Killings
8-18
Big, Easy Money: Disaster Profiteering on the American Gulf Coast
 
8-18
New Alaska Oil Leases Being Offered
 
8-18
Former CIA Contractor Is Found Guilty
8-18
China Denies Cover - Up as Typhoon Toll Hits 330
8-18
Missile-like metal tube is reported over Hilo Airport
8-17
Officials Prepare for Possible Slurry Leaks
8-17
Beckley Register Herald: A no-brainer--Silo decision cut-and-dry and is rooted in federal law
8-17
Tolerating a killer   -   McAteer briefs mine safety board on Sago report   -  Mines' reliance on foam seals criticized
8-17
High court fairness debated
8-17
Resident ashamed of some neighbors (scroll down)
8-17
Many candidates not taking part on issues questionnaire
8-17
Wall Street Journal: South Africa has a way to get more oil--make it from coal (hold onto your mountains, your streams and your forests; look out for your only planet--do not let the Fossil Fools proceed with this madness!)
8-17
Researchers: Black lung occurs sooner in Pike
8-17
Power Line May be on Fast Track; 240-mile project is seen as critical to keeping lights on in Eastern region
8-17
Woman Miraculously Survives Coal Truck Crash in Pa.
8-17
Consol Energy, PPL Sign Coal Contract  -  Consol to supply state coal to Pennsylvania power plant
8-17
Massey Raises Credit Limit to $175M
8-17
Coal plant project stirs up New Zealand
8-17
That Eerie Green Glow: New nuclear power plants sound promising. But what to do with the radioactive leftovers?
8-17
Another Inconvenient Truth: Meat is a Global Warming Issue
8-17
Carbon cards: lifeline for planet or Big Brother?
8-17
Rations? Lightbulbs? How to fight climate change
8-17
U.S. Study Links Global Warming, Hurricane Intensity
8-17
250,000 Katrina Evacuees Seen as 'Climate Refugees'
8-17
Finland to Submit CO2 Emission Plan in Early Sept
8-16
Massey bid for coal silo near school rejected a second time  -  DEP denies Massey permit to build 2nd silo near school  -   DEP denies Massey permit to build 2nd silo near elementary  -  Massey loses bid for silo
8-16
Study finds concentration of severe black lung in Appalachian miners  -  Black lung hits younger miners  -  Group Identifies Black Lung 'Hot Spots'
8-16
West Virginia hires lightning expert for Sago investigation  -  Coal Companies Submit Reports   -   Deadly delay
8-16
Darby mine inspections questioned; Citations after deadly blast dwarf year's previous total
8-16
'Earth Rock' to raise awareness
8-16
Mingo superintendent: New high school will be built
8-16
King Coal Highway: Matching state funds secure
8-16
Truth on turbines: Wind projects judged on their own merits
8-16
Wind credits whistle up profits
8-16
Government should lead nation from fossil fuels
8-16
Natural gas pipelines planned for East Ky.
8-16
Go Solar and Save Big!   -   Solar pays -- eventually    -  Million Solar Roofs Bill Heads to the Governor's Desk    -  Hybrid Solar Lighting Gaining Momentum around Nation  -   Developers pilot new homes solar heating scheme
8-16
China Draws Line in Sand to End Pollution for Good
8-16
Scientists urge deep-sea cure for climate change
8-16
Are Global Warming Solutions Possible?
8-16
Climate change investing in the $10 trillion dollar trend
8-16
Tiny changes are big deal in atmosphere (letters to the editor are great tools--use them!)
8-16
Global warming's apocalyptic threat
8-16
Warming reportedly behind China's killer typhoons
8-16
Study: Climate change strengthens hurricanes   -   Global warming 'will cause more forest fires, droughts and floods'  -   Hurricane intensity linked to global warming 
8-16
Who's Going to Halt Global Warming?
8-16
Peak Oil and Relocalization in Ohio  -  Designing Energy Descent Pathways: One community's attempt at designing a prosperous way down from the peak  -  Hubbert's Prescription for Survival, A Steady State Economy
8-16
Iowa Biodiesel Co. to Build 12 Plants
8-16
Arctic fossils give chilling preview of global warming
8-15
Local scientist to discuss global warming at NAACP meeting
8-15
Blankenship's hit list fires back
8-15
Chafin says state coal could ease nation's energy crisis (yeah--ease the energy crisis by increasing global warming...)
8-15
City moving toward barge decision appeal
8-15
Will that be regular, premium or soybean?   -  Congress Mulls Bush Request for Ethanol
8-15
San Francisco's clean energy revolution is here
8-15
Aust, US deal paves way for cheaper solar power   -    Cheaper solar power ahead in Australia
8-15
CitySol: A Solar Powered Festival
8-15
World Bank Fine Tunes Clean Energy Funding Proposal
8-15
Sea may be rising faster than previously thought
8-15
Typhoon season 'unusually' harsh   -  Climate changes in China   -  Typhoon Death Toll Hits 255 in China
8-15
Climate change predictions for Asia
8-15
Oceania bishops voice concern on climate change, AIDS
8-15
Hunters Are the Least of the Grouses Worries in Britain
8-14
Manchin takes top spot on 'most powerful' list
8-14
Second coal silo will add even more dust
8-14
Demand responsible coal removal
8-14
Berry honored for rural deeds; Global group presents award
8-14
Underground Coal Fire
8-14
With more than $100 million federal dollars secure for King Coal Highway project, questions turn to matching state money
8-14
Dust hasn't cleared; Device offers hope mine air can be checked effectively
8-14
Coal decision has global impact
8-14
Massey Sues WV Supreme Court for Civil Rights Violations, Arguing Disqualification Rule Applied to Sitting Justice
8-14
Pro-McGraw group files for bankruptcy
8-14
Ethanol, Corn Users May Deplete US Supplies By 2008
8-14
Solar energy is an increasingly viable - and popular - option
8-14
Arsenic from coal burning in the air in Alabama
8-14
Scientists Call Mercury Pollution a Worldwide Threat
8-14
GM, BMW, Daimler to Invest US$1 Billion in Hybrid Project
8-14
What's a clean earth worth to your company's bottom line?
8-14
THE ALTERNATIVES
8-14
(Solar) power to the people
8-14
Building a zero-carbon world
8-14
Global warming in your garden? Common plants, bugs reveal important climate changes
8-13
Mining complex causes flooding, water service worries
8-13
Mine office saw 'disaster' in new rules
8-13
Sweden aims to swap oil for renewable energy by 2020
8-13
GOPs Raese activates millionaires provision
8-13
Mining on government-owned land leads to environmental challenges
8-13
Coal bosses, govt in Kentucky use drug testing to blame miners for lack of job safety
8-13
 
Westmoreland seeks officials support in barge facility fight   -  Don't blight area with barge facility (scroll down)
8-13
Huge wallboard plant promises makeover in Marshall
8-13
Protests--imaginative
8-13
CEO sees energy project as way to go; But critic views it as 'flushing money down the toilet'
8-13
Taking aim at America's costly coal industry
8-12
Massey sues state Supreme Court  -  Massey Energy Sues W.Va. Supreme Court
8-12
Flooding Causes Sleepless Night in Logan Co.  -   Flooding Causes Problems in Wyoming County
8-12
AlterNet: Coal Mining Destroys A Way of Life -- And Death
8-12
PPL probing silica spill
8-12
PSC approves East Kentucky Power scrubber
8-12
PG&E vows fivefold increase in solar use
8-12
Wind Power Fans Controversy
8-12
In Heat Waves, Generators Double as Saviors and Polluters
8-12
Solving global warming good for business
8-12
Green tags: Tags can help erase one's own global warming contributions
8-12
18 mn tonnes coal waste finds no takers
8-11
Heavy rain floods homes, closes highway
8-11
Synfuels: Charade fizzles
8-11
Jordon to head board of W.Va. Coal Association
8-11
A CO{-2} review
8-11
Risch Opts Out of Federal Coal Plant Plan
8-11
Illinois grants additional $730,000 for FutureGen bidders
8-11
Cities, States Aren't Waiting For U.S. Action on Climate
8-11
The black side of coal dependency
8-11
PG&E plans for solar power 
8-11
For Californians, Deadly Heat Cut a Broad Swath
8-11
Greenland's Melting Ice Sheet May Speed Rise in Sea Level   -   Antarctic snow may hide climate shock   -  Polar snows fail to halt sea's rise   -  Greenland ice cap may be melting at triple speed
8-11
Global Warming Could Raise Hawaii Sea Levels by 17 to 25 Inches
8-11
Native Alaskans Feel the Heat of Global Warming
8-11
Build Green, Make Green
8-11
Native hunters up north take aim at corporate greed
8-11
Alaska a laboratory on global warming
8-11
Indiana needs to step up efforts to reduce power plant pollution
8-10
Utility board sees threat to wells from mine blasting
8-10
Barge facility will ruin Westmoreland (scroll down)
8-10
Groups want to join Mountain Watch coal suit
8-10
Eco-friendly house going up
8-10
Project will attempt to trap carbon dioxide
8-10
Governor's move prevents coal-fired plants in Idaho
8-10
Scarcity, Mother of Invention
8-10
Coalminers suit against Eastern Coal is hindered
8-10
Co-op says generators not subject to acid-rain program
8-10
Work continues at fly ash site
8-10
Power Plant Spews Soot On Town
8-10
Environmentalists Burn Ethanol Hype as Empty Promise 
8-10
Stronger Hurricanes Spawn Bigger Storm Surges
8-10
Time to put climate change on the national agenda
8-10
Once-icy Arctic now Great 'Wet' North
8-10
Wildlife hit hard in worst drought for 100 years
8-9
Coal prep plant ammonia spill kills fish
8-9
Saving Our Most Important Places
8-9
U.S. Lists Places Where It Could Force New Power Lines   -  Report Details Congestion in Electrical Grid   -  Ohio will need more power transmission capability
8-9
Wall Street's New Love Affair: Why some of the world's smartest investors are betting billions on clean energy
8-9
Hybrid lighting technology gaining momentum around nation
8-9
Global Warming: A Warning
8-9
USA Today: Global warming 'a human problem'
8-9
Global Warming: What about water?
8-9
New Mexico Forced to Buy on Chicago Climate Mart   -   Carbon accounting
8-9
Will the world's polluters pay for climate change?
8-9
Earth Heats Up as Global Warming Debate Rages
8-9
Tourists Dodge Fires, Jellyfish in Searing Spain
8-8
Arch Coal impresses lawmakers; depresses nearby residents
8-8
Literature distributed to area residents
8-8
Silo fighters should recall David and Goliath
8-8
Mollohan opposes wind project; Industry targeting W.Va., he says
8-8
Welcoming Homer the tree-hugger
8-8
Truthout: In coal country, mining is destroying cemeteries and faith
8-8
Sudden flooding traps trio in Buchanan mine
8-8
State's electricity cools other states
8-8
Ignoring the basics
8-8
CEO of American Electric Power: Running on coal  (Coal is not our energy savior-pouring more taxpayer money into propping up this fossil fuel is ecocidal-ly insane. There is no such thing as "clean" coal! What about the carbon dioxide? What about the huge toll from mining coal? What about the heavy metals? What about the water? What about the future? What about the huge subsidies propping up a dinosaur industry? What about sanity?)  -  CEO of Comperio Energy: Liquefied assets   -  Approaching the energy dialogue
8-8
Govs. criticize national energy policy  (Some Governors and Feds are touting an coal-to-liquids, under the guise of "homeland security."  As long as your homeland doesn't need clean air or water or intact forests, mountains and streams, then sure, yeah, that's secure.   )
8-8
Exported mercury returns to haunt U.S.; Recycled toxin goes overseas, but ends up in atmosphere
8-8
Net Zero v. Nukes   -   Agreement Establishes Energy-Efficient Home Collaboration
8-8
Fuelling the future
8-8
Hybrid solar lighting making progress
8-8
US Issues Rules for Clean Energy Loan Program
8-8
Solar Stocks Boom in 2005 -- But It Is Just the Beginning
8-8
France's Jcdecaux Finds Green Touch Pays Off
8-8
Manure, Buses Seen Helping Curb Global Warming
8-8
In warmer world, even Inuit buy air conditioners  -  Arctic Climate Change
8-8
Is Climate Change Burning up British Columbia?
8-8
Global warming may be killing palms
8-8
INFESTED FORESTS SHOW SIGNS OF GLOBAL WARMING
8-8
Global Warming: Focus on Utah's Climate
8-8
Hot German July Doesn't Faze Farmer Who Reaps the Sun
8-7
Virginia women make some noise about mining blasts; Two residents of a coal mining town are fighting for an ordinance that would limit explosions
8-7
Charlotte (NC) Observer: The worst way to mine coal
8-7
Houston Chronicle: In planning energy future, think local, small and clean
8-7
Rampant coal liquefaction ordered halted by China (But US Governors and Feds want this insane technology here, under the guise of "homeland security."  As long as your homeland doesn't need clean air or water or intact forests, mountains and streams, then sure, yeah, that's secure.)
8-7
Make electric power clean, efficient; As the demand for electricity increases with growth, quality of life should take priority
8-7
China Eyes Carrots and Sticks for Energy Efficiency
8-7
Price of Coal Going Down
8-7
W.Va. GOP faces infighting, national trend on road to November
8-7
Opportunity lies under the rust
8-7
Mercury-tainted fish special concern in native communities
8-7
Helen Caldicott's new book: Nuclear Power Is Not the Answer
8-7
Homeowners may feel heat of global warming; Insurers studying impact on rates
8-7
Warming up to the concept of cataclysmic climate change
8-7
Global Warming Is in Our Hands
8-6
Appalachian Mountain Justice Activists Demonstrate at Governors Convention   -    Protesters attempting to rescue mountaintops
8-6
The Inconvenient Truth about "An Inconvenient Truth": Why Al Gore is Part Dangerous Politician
8-6
Companies have right to mine on federal property
8-6
Old Mines Create New Problems For The Environment; Abandoned mines causing harm to local creeks and streams
8-6
Senator confident setback wont kill mine reclamation measure
8-6
Governors' Groups Tops in Raising Cash
8-6
Pataki says comprehensive energy plan, alternative fuel critical
8-6
Socialists in Pennsylvania file for ballot status
8-6
Another dispatch from "Clean" Coal Mythology-Land: More talk of Coal-to-Liquid'
8-6
Global warming's cost to the human race is measured in trillions
8-6
Global Warming Could Slam Food Supply, Drastically Raise Prices
8-6
Nuclear power links to 'sham' energy review
8-5
Massey saga continues over needed water
8-5
Senate rejects Stickler nomination to MSHA, also rejects Correll nomination to OSM  (great work all!)
8-5
Grandpa Keeps Walking
8-5
Don't let Massey CEO control state (scroll down)
8-5
Byrd, Enzi won't give up on mine bill   -  Mine reclamation measure survives
8-5
Search continues for new state mine safety chief
8-5
More Deaths as Killer US Heat Wave Nears End
8-5
World must race to develop green energy  -  Top scientist makes climate plea
8-5
The electricity we burn every day comes with grave downsides
8-5
Planet of the Indoor People
8-5
As Power Bills Soar, Companies Embrace 'Green' Buildings
8-5
Solar energy is the wave of future for homeowners   -   America's First Solar-Hydrogen Home  
8-5
A new way to use the sun's energy   -  Laidlaw 'dead keen' about solar park
8-5
Let's shut down, not melt down
8-5
Climate change threatens Europe's power sector
8-5
Fighting climate change
8-5
Report Paints Bleak Global Warming Future for California  -  Aspen Global Warming Study Suggests Grim Future   -  Global warming: No room for failure
8-5
Winners and losers among British wildlife as summer heatwave transforms the landscape
8-5
Chief Climate Change Scientist
8-5
Texas should join the ranks of states exploring ways to curb greenhouse gas emissions by providing incentives to industry  -  California Leads on Warming
8-5
ABC News: Methane Burps and Heat Waves: Global Warming Made Visible
8-5
Heat converts Bush ally Robertson on global warming
8-5
18 killed in northern China coal mine accident
8-5
Headwaters Converge With Coal and Corn
8-4
Grist: Blast Rites
8-4
MSHA to Reconstruct Sago Mine Explosion   -  Digital model will help gauge force of Sago blast
8-4
Abandoned mines legislation stalls in Senate   -   GOP Bid On Wages, Estate Tax Is Blocked
8-4
Letter to Editor from Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship in the Huntington Herald Dispatch   -  And A Different Letter to Editor from Don Blankenship in the Beckley Register Herald
8-4
Commission seeking to use funding for track   -  Race track still alive, but barely'
8-4
Dean to Leave Mine Office Aug. 31
8-4
State lobbyists randomly selected for Ethics audits
8-4
NDRC: Energy-efficiency could save China 300 mln tons coal annually
8-4
Climate change threatens national parks
8-3
No Excuse For Unsafe Mines
8-3
9 p.m. tonight on WV Public Radio: Bob Edwards documentary on mountaintop removal--Exploding Heritage
8-3
Grandfather begins walk to highlight school concerns   -   Metro News Radio: Grandfather On His Way
8-3
State workers test Virgie water
8-3
Massey accused of ignoring court order
8-3
Mine provision added to estate tax bill   -  Minimum effort, maximum damage
8-3
Electronic voting needs monitoring
8-3
Dingess resident seeks help
8-3
Defective Air Packs Found in Kentucky Mines  -   Review finds 134 defective air packs  -    Mine-rescue contests hone skills
8-3
North vs. South: Coal-to-liquid plant should be located here
8-3
Ameren agrees to cut mercury pollution from coal-fired plants
8-3
Ill. delegation in FutureGen coal plant talks  -   Bidding War for Next Generation Power Plant
8-3
Heat Blankets U.S., Causing Discomfort   -   Heat wave makes Pat Robertson a global warming 'convert'
8-3
Report: 50 Dirtiest Power Plants
8-3
Suit Filed Over Paradise Coal-fired Plant in Kentucky
8-3
Energy From the Restless Sea
8-3
Possible mass extinction of boreal wildlife creatures if oilsands development continues
8-3
President Clinton Launches Large Cities Climate Initiative
8-3
Heat Wave is Drying Up Europe's Water Resources
8-3
The Big Question: What is carbon trading, and can it save the world from global warming?
8-3
EU Unlikely to Sue States Over CO2 Plans
8-3
US to Invest US$250 Million in Biofuel Research
8-2
Grandfather begins walk to highlight school concerns
8-2
Massey accused of ignoring court order to provide drinking water
8-2
Fossil foolish
8-2
Coals price outweighs benefit
8-2
More mine safety funding needed, Dean says
 
8-2
Energy Democracy   -  Not Energy Democracy: Northern Panhandle Good Site for Plant
8-2
Mine fund-plan vote expected   -    U.S. House of Representatives' Addition of AML Clean-up Bill to Controversial Legislation Mixed Blessing, at Best   -  Bad Bargain
8-2
Utility yields to Illinois state, vows mercury cuts
8-2
Anne Shelby--Truth and consequences
8-2
California goal: Less coal
8-2
Scrap metal thefts have plagued coal industry for years
8-2
Eastern United States Swelters Through Heat Wave   -   Electrical Use Hits New Highs in Much of U.S.
8-2
Colorado Resort to Invest Heavily in Wind Power
8-2
Manure Mountains to Power US Ethanol Plant
8-2
Extreme Conditions Create Rare Antarctic Clouds
8-2
EU Presses 14 States Over Late CO2 Emissions Plans
8-2
Major World Cities Team Up to Fight Global Warming
8-2
Locking in global warming
8-1
Massey ordered to provide water
8-1
Exploding tire kills coal plant welder   -   A welder at a West Virginia coal mine dies in garage
8-1
Vote for people that support us
8-1
Northern counties best place for coal conversion plant
8-1
Selling our climate birthright for a mess of cheap kilowatts
8-1
Capital Crimes: How our current campaign finance system breeds political corruption
8-1
Two men found alive in abandoned Kanawha mine
8-1
PSC crackdown: Lesson for antagonists   -   Wind Farm Developer Wants Second Chance  -  Wind energy push loses power
8-1
Voting machines will be ready
8-1
Lawsuit alleges trouble at Paradise
8-1
Maryland: Coal Spill Leaves Sludge In River
8-1
Chinas air pollution hits United States
8-1
Farmers urge corn for coal plants
8-1
The Rise & Fall of the Eco-Radical Underground
8-1
Smog's impact on seniors could be drastic: report
8-1
Heat wave begins to take health toll  -  Midwest, Plains Hit by Blowtorch Heat   -  Relief at last for boiling Britain... it's only 31C!
8-1
More Than 60 Percent of U.S. in Drought
8-1
Rooftop relief
8-1
Meanwhile, Back on Earth
8-1
Hybrids in the Third World?
8-1
One Very Concerned Scientist
8-1
Converging Ecological Crises: Are We Up To The Challenges?

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