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9-30
David Orr interviewed in Cleveland Plain Dealer: Mountaintop mining getting more attention (OVEC is one of the groups funded by the Lewis Foundation)
9-30
$1,000,000,000,000: the cost of capping greenhouse gas emissions    -   Cost of Iraq war nearly $2b a week
9-30
Traveling group of activists urges groups to fight polluters  -  Noon Today, State Capitol, Charleston, WV near the fountain on the north side: Please come out for the Environmental Justice for All Tour Press
9-30
Senate again rejects Stickler for MSHA job
9-30
SIERRA CLUB ANNOUNCES 2006 NATIONAL AWARDS
9-30
"Is God Green?"  (scroll down)
9-30
Kennedy: Environment, democracy at risk
9-30
Time for action (scroll down)
9-30
US EPA denies permit for Illinois coal power plant
9-30
8,000 coal miners strike in Kazakhstan for job safety
9-30
Ireland: Renewable energy to treble by 2010
9-30
Climate change may drive lemurs to extinction
9-30
Officials show little interest in call for coal moratorium
9-30
U.S. on track with greenhouse goals, but too easy?
9-30
Germany model for U.S. market?
9-30
Is wind power just hot air?   -   Save the planet, by degrees
9-30
Science and action on climate change diverging: UK
9-29
Coal Said Top Enemy in Fighting Global Warming
9-29
Coal symposium hears optimistic formula for state, energy strategies
9-29
Sago widow puts personal face on safety issue
9-29
Cost of saving the planet: a year's growth
9-29
Biologist: Mass Extinction A Very Real Threat
9-29
Hotter: Ominous report
9-29
Clean Air, Murky Precedent
9-29
We must act against changing climate (Letters to the editor are great tool--use them!)
9-29
Salt River seeks to restart Nev. Mohave coal plant
9-29
Manchin to hit airwaves for party
9-29
Both sides now: Ex-advocate hears opposing views in job as reporter
9-29
Regional coal production down 14 million tons, executive says
9-29
Rehab preferred in mine appeals
9-29
St. Louis-based Arch Coal wins national award  (Wonder if the folks who had to sue Arch to keep the company from apparently weaseling its way into owning all their ancestral land--wonder if those folks and all the others living near its mountaintop removal operations think Arch's "community involvement" is award-worthy...)
9-29
Nuclear Energy: Still a Bad Idea
9-29
China Carries Out Test of Fusion Reactor
9-29
Pollution watchdog's dual roles questioned
9-29
Planemaker Boeing Says Biofuels Show Some Promise
9-29
Wyoming undaunted by California energy legislation
9-29
The Peak Oil Crisis: The Perfect Storm   -  COOKING ON THE ROAD TO COLLAPSE
9-29
Government Accused of Censorship Over Global Warming
9-29
CNN Fact Checks Inhofes Diatribe Against Global Warming Science
9-29
White House Says No Change on US Carbon Strategy
9-29
Rare Mineral Further Implicates CO2 in Last Global Warming
9-29
Man and His Endangered Home: Our pursuit of growth and luxury may leave us homeless
9-29
Blasting A/C in the Arctic
9-29
Global threat, need for action, hit home
9-29
Grants Support Research on Renewable Energy Projects
9-29
Biofuels: When Renewable Energy Is Bad For The Environment
9-29
Wind turbines and solar panels at British DIY chain   -  London mayor doubles renewable energy targets for new buildings
9-29
Wind sails ahead in renewable energy awards
9-29
 
Japan: Sharp's LCD Plants Use Renewable Energy
9-29
India: Use renewable sources to achieve energy security
9-28
'Is God Green?' Moyers PBS program examines the debate among Christians
9-28
 
Forests Worth Far More Alive Than Dead  (We need to know the real value of Appalachia's forests--before coal companies use mountaintop removal to destroy  them forever!)
9-28
Tragedy: More Sago deaths  -  ICG says: Portrayal of two Sago workers' roles is wrong, unfair  -  Federal Money to Help People Cope with Sago Missing
9-28
Senators Propose Funds for Paper Ballots to Back Up Electronic Ones   -  Betty Ireland: Now is not the time for voter ID law
9-28
Massey CEO gives pep talk at coal symposium   -   Truth key to coals future; Blankenship kicks off 3-day Coal Symposium  (Indeed, and the truth is there is no such thing as "clean" coal, mountaintop removal must end and we are in very deep doo-doo if we don't do something about greenhouses gases and the global climate crisis.)
9-28
More power to the people? Yes, but not from dirty coal
9-28
The Ascent of Wind Power
9-28
Maryland hopes alternative energy solutions blowin' in the wind
9-28
SOLAR THERMAL COMING OF AGE
9-28
Best Bets and podcast for Sept. 28-Oct. 4  -  THURSDAY, SEPT. 28: HYAMP pours on punk rock, if you please  (scroll down)
9-28
Warm Water Surging into Arctic Ocean
9-28
US Blocked Hurricane Statement - Nature Magazine
9-28
Warming Trend Is Hatching a Business
9-28
Miliband warns flat earthers on climate change
9-28
Suzuki fears climate change damaging reef
9-28
Excellent start by Milliband on climate change, says Christian Aid
9-28
Climate change 'terror'
9-28
10 million scheme to boost public sector use of renewable energy
9-28
An 87% Cut by 2030
9-28
Virgin's Branson Launches Plan to Cut Plane Emissions
9-28
Inhofe: Global-Warming Scientists, Media "Doomsayers" and Tools of "Hysterical Left"
9-27
What Would Real Election Integrity Mean?
9-27
Intact Northern Forests Worth US$250 Billion/Year - Study  (We need to know the real value of Appalachia's forests--before coal companies use mountaintop removal to destroy  them forever!)
9-27
Sago counseling money unused
9-27
Mine cleanup could be linked to inheritance tax
9-27
Schwarzenegger to sign bill against coal-fired power Wednesday  -  New bill's effectiveness in halting global warming depends on other states, nations following suit  -  Renewable energy bill becomes law in California
9-27
Casey apologizes to Massey CEO over alien worker claim
9-27
Coal Symposium draws national experts to Bluefield   -  3-day Bluefield event will affect mining lives
9-27
 
Walker Machinery Employee: A dark past exists in every industry  (This fellow's job obviously precludes him from seeing the truth.  Reclamation?)
9-27
More Coal for Texas
9-27
Arts for All visits Pullman Square
9-27
Montana governor touts state's energy
9-27
Sierra Club asks Sebelius for moratorium on coal-fired plants
9-27
Mountaintop Removal/Valley Fill Mining In The Eastern United States (scroll down)
9-27
MAN KILLED IN 3-VEHICLE COLLISION  (scroll down)
9-27
Wind energy gathers speed in Pa.
9-27
Economists on Climate Change: Do We Care?
9-27
Article contends officials blocked hurricane report  -   Feds: No global warming cover-up
9-27
Miliband 'scared' about climate change threat   -   Auditor-General to recommend Ottawa take action on global warming
9-27
Branson urges cooperation on climate change
9-27
Germany to Put Global Warming Back on G8 Agenda
9-26
2 workers from Sago Mine have shot themselves
9-26
Windfarm opposition file petitions  -  Its turbines or something else: Wind power clean choice for the future   
9-26
Earth May Be at Warmest Point in 1 Million Years  -  Haggling Over Global Warming
9-26
Pundits who contest climate change should tell us who is paying  -  Buying of Climate Skeptics Threatens Earth
9-26
Cheap oil has a cost for coal conversion
9-25
Officials to discuss Sago disaster at symposium
9-25
Lewisburg filmakers mountaintop removal DVD released
9-25
Coal leader disputes global warming  ...Meanwhile Evangelical Christian Lobbyist Pushes Environment  ... and Siberia faces meltdown  ...and We can solve humanity's biggest problem - but only if corporations work together with individuals and governments   ...and Church says climate change a 'moral' issue
9-25
End run: Vast political money (OVEC co-leads a non-partisan coalition of groups representing West Virginians from all walks of life who helped get our 527 laws passed.)
9-25
Politics is Callaghans calling
9-25
Maybe its not all just for the sake of the kids (scroll down to below second line break)
9-25
Questioning Mining
9-25
Federal officials to address Sago Mine accident at coal meeting
9-25
Fines going up won't necessarily bring accidents, fatalities down
9-25
Coal still powers America
9-25
George Bush's battle to control the world's oil supply has cost billions of dollars, much more than it would have cost to discover new sources of energy
9-25
Coal mine collapse kills six in NE China city
9-25
Power Authority Charts West's Course
9-25
Leashing the wind
9-25
Warming up to solar power
9-25
California should lead the shift to an alternative-fuel economy
9-25
Honda Shows Cleaner Next-Generation Diesel, Streamlined Fuel Cell Car  -  Toyota to Up Prius Output in Japan By 50 Percent
9-25
China's Fierce Kyoto Rules Irk Foreign Investors
9-25
EU Global Warming Target Difficult - UK Official   -  Germany Expects Smooth Passage for its Carbon Plan
9-25
Cooling Sun brings relief to sweltering Earth
9-24
Blankenship, Republicans trying to buy W.Va.
9-24
Coal industry converging on Bluefield this week
9-24
Coal company's plan to dump in Levisa on hold
9-24
Bob Kiss: Coal mining still very important to West Virginias economy  -  Coal-to-liquid doesn't make sense for economy, environment
9-24
Marshall lands $2M grant for mine safety
9-24
Hiring practices upset county officials
9-24
State business interests and next speaker of the house (below second set of line-break dots)
9-24
Largest Solar Project In U.S. Slated For Colorado
9-24
Report: Mercury polluting food chain
9-24
Officials Wary of Electronic Voting Machines
9-24
Obamas star power aligns W.Va. Dems
9-24
Marshall's Birke Art Symposium offers variety of events, displays
9-24
How deep can you dig?
9-24
Maryland's biggest underground coal mine closing soon  -  After 29 years, coal runs out at Western Maryland mine
9-24
Talk covers Montana governor's energy vision
 
9-24
St. Paul's District Energy plant inspires clean, green copycats
9-24
Green solutions for China's ascent
9-24
Of ants and men and saving the world
9-24
California red tape trips up green energy efforts
9-24
Greenhouse gas limits good for business, planet
9-24
California global warming bill clouded by multiple lawsuits
9-24
Wary businesses lead new assault on global warming
9-24
Sportsmen targeting global warming
9-24
THE MIGHTY GLACIER THAT'S MELTING AWAY BEFORE MY EYES
9-23
Bus tour organizers hope to put spotlight on industrial pollution  (September 30, the tour will come to Charleston, West Virginia. Some folks will go airborne for an aerial tour of mountaintop removal, others will visit Marsh Fork Elementary School.)
9-23
(How can we already be) looking at the end of the age of oil and abundant energy
9-23
Financing woes slow coal-to-liquid fuel-production plan
9-23
New W.Va. Mine Safety Head Starts Monday
9-23
Joy Global CEO: No end to mining boom in sight
9-23
Drugs' toll on Harlan's soul
9-23
Longwall mining: Conservationists probe Illinois coal mining regulations
9-23
It'd be nice to breathe easier   -   Mercury seeping widely in N.H., report says
9-23
Renewable Energy Reaching a Positive Tipping Point
9-23
Silicon Valley Explores Solar Technology
9-23
Clinton conference secures $7 billion to fight global warming, disease and other woes
9-23
Global warming film lights fire under Congress
9-23
It's Hip To Be Green
9-23
Giant hole melts in northern ice cap
9-23
Climate change tops British agenda in speech to UN
9-23
Wal-Mart to reduce packaging
9-23
Reducing CO2 From the Top Down  -  Climate Economics
9-22
Party chiefs feud over coal baron's politicking
9-22
Morgan Messenger: EPA checks Marsh Fork Elementary for coal dust  -  Counter Punch: The Elementary School vs. the Strip Mine: Ed Wiley's Long March
9-22
Students lobby, work to end MTR
9-22
Mingo water project over half completed
9-22
Sumner receives money but no signs from Massey Energy chief
9-22
GOP leaders blasts 527s; Groups have no contribution limit, congressman says
9-22
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.: Will the Next Election Be Hacked?   -    Voting machines OK, state says
9-22
Coal mining company busted
9-22
Blankenship says Casey lying about illegal workers
9-22
Tainted Science
9-22
Kazakhstan: Mine Blast Kills 41
9-22
Coal power becomes Texas debate topic
 
9-22
The Peak Oil Crisis: A Report to the Senate
9-22
Tycoon gives billions for energy that doesn't warm Earth
9-22
Gore training 1,000 volunteers to spread global warming message
9-22
White House Outlines Global Warming Fight; Technology and Voluntary Cutbacks Urged
9-22
Next U.S. President Should Engage More on Climate: UK
9-22
Retreating into denial as global warming surges
9-22
Exxon blinks in the global warming debate
9-22
Schwarzenegger, Bloomberg team on climate change
9-22
Top scientists challenge oil giant on climate change denial
9-22
Human influence on climate change found, scientists say
9-22
Mass tourism and climate change could lead to destruction of world's wonders
9-22
Small businesses at risk on climate change
9-22
Solar World: Concentrators in PV clothing
9-22
DayStar touts progress on solar cell technology
9-22
SolarWorld Group Supplies Solar Power Technology to China and Italy
9-22
More powerful solar cells
9-22
Virgin Group pledges to invest $400 M in renewable energy
9-22
Could biofuel be an invasive species?
9-21
Zeb Mountain, TN: Firm ordered to halt mining; National Coal fined for going through streams
9-21
Global Warming Washing Away Entire Communities
9-21
Glacier meltdown quickening   -  Greenland ice sheet melting faster: study  -  Thaw and storms opened channel to North Pole   
9-21
Climate-controlled White House: The administration claims it wasn't telling scientists what to say about climate change; e-mails obtained by Salon prove otherwise
9-21
The heat is on: how global warming could suddenly tip over and ignite calamity
9-21
Military tests 1st synthetic fuel for jets
9-21
Casey: How Many WV Jobs Has Blankenship Given Away to Illegal Foreign Workers?
9-21
Mine governors visited cited twice for dangerous conditions
9-21
Jackson Kelly lawyers accused of hiding evidence
9-21
Mine Safety: Bush's Failed Nominations and Changing The Political Calculus
9-21
Doctors' group cautions against coal-fired plant
9-21
Mining Office Wants Air Pack Data
9-21
Coal company stocks down; dip in natgas eyed
9-21
U.N. climate body keeps hope alive on U.S.
9-21
Royal Society Tells Exxon: Stop Funding Climate Change Denial
9-21
Science And Salvation
9-21
Official turns up the heat on air-conditioner debate
9-21
Calif. sues 6 carmakers in global warming suit
9-21
Italian Green Activists Oppose Uranium Plan
9-21
US Sees Delay in Big Rise in Alternative Motor Fuels
9-20
Sea levels are rising faster than predicted, warns Antarctic Survey
9-20
Its turbines or something else: Wind power clean choice for the future  -  Wind may generate 30 pct of electricity by 2030
9-20
China Needs To Break Ties Between Polluting Industry, Local Officials (And so does the United States)
9-20
Call for Domestic Renewable Energy
9-20
High levels of mercury showing up in more animals  -  Mercury harming animals, study says
9-20
Capito donates tainted money
9-20
Group targets Mingo delegate
 
9-20
Why won't Sobonya back clean elections?
9-20
Charleston Gazette Editorial: Aliens--Miners from Mexico
9-20
WV Environmental Activist Visits DC Seeking Help for Children Threatened by Mining Practices
9-20
Giardina is true friend to state (scroll down)
9-20
Herald Dispatch Editorial: Coal may cut military's dependence on foreign oil   (Is increasing the war on our own mountain communities a logical way to power war planes?)
9-20
Thirteen Dead in Ukraine Mine Blast  -  Kazakh Mine Blast Kills 32; 8 Missing
9-20
Powering Chinas Juggernaut: Truckers Hauling Coal
9-20
Homes soaring with solar
9-20
Iowa State Researchers Developing More Powerful Solar Cells  -  Advances in solar cell science announced
9-20
Solar concentrator firm Solaria lands $22 million
9-20
Solar-Powered LEDs to Light Up U.S. Air Bases in the Middle East
9-20
Tides around Golden Gate could become energy source
9-20
Bumps on the Road for US Ethanol Vehicles
9-20
Chevron to fund alternative fuel research at UC Davis
9-20
2006: The Year of Climate Change
9-20
Carbon Trade Seen as Essential For California   -  Schwarzenegger Guru Says CO2 Plan Starts at Border
9-20
Climate change makes fish migrate - experts
9-20
Que. probes climate change on its northern region
9-19
UPI Feature: Ed Wiley walks to save children
9-19
Increased coal mining renews environmental concerns
9-19
The Blankenship Factor
9-19
Can U.S. lead world into a carbon-free future? Scientists gather at global climate, energy conference to discuss fossil fuels' impacts
9-19
Manchin Planning Future Meeting with Wy. Governor
9-19
Air Force to Test Coal-Based Jet Fuel
9-19
Mercury Contamination Moves Beyond Fish; 'Every Link of the Food Chain Affected' a New Report Says
9-19
Coal is back; so are concerns over pollution
9-19
Peabody Raises Bid for Australia's Excel
9-19
Deep-Sea Oil Rigs Inspire MIT Designs For Giant Wind Turbines
9-19
Al Gore Urges Action on 'Climate Crisis'   -  Gore Says Tax Pollution, Not Payrolls   Gore's Speech
9-19
Wells Fargo CEO sees silver lining in housing slowdown
9-19
Strangling heat and gases emanating from the earth and sea, not asteroids, most likely caused several ancient mass extinctions. Could the same killer-greenhouse conditions build once again?
9-19
Californian Climate Registry Seeks National Expansion
9-19
Firms say climate change brings financial risk: survey
9-19
Starving seabirds hit by climate change?
9-19
Vastly increased emissions of highly toxic mercury are an unexpected result of climate change in Canada's northern woods
9-19
The denial industry
9-19
'New climate' detected as Britain grows ever hotter
9-18
Climate change wreaking ecological havoc on globe
9-18
Even coal industry gets what Bush doesn't
9-18
Report show modest fund-raising in legislative races
9-18
West Virginia governor backs idea of guaranteed price floors for oil to help investors support coal-to-liquid   -  Converting Relationships
9-18
Count hidden costs of coal
9-18
Wind could be next energy source to blow into Indiana
9-18
Biofuels look to the next generation
9-18
Critics call World Bank energy scheme misguided
9-18
A solar boat to cross the Atlantic
9-18
Solar Panels For London's City Hall
9-18
Proposed rules boost solar power
9-18
Ramblers demand an end to spread of wind farms
9-18
Investors urged to back climate change awareness with action
9-18
Dying Glaciers Draw Curious to Swiss Alpine Peaks
9-17
JANET KEATING: Is Blankenship's concern really for 'sake of the kids'?   -   Starcher in his sights  -  Blankenship: Panhandle needs a political change
9-17
Major Problems At Polls Feared  -  Ban computer voting
9-17
Mike Green has spent over a quarter of a million dollars in state Senate seat race
9-17
Farmers Fear Coal Mining Will Sink Land
9-17
King Coal supporters push for completion of usable highway segment in Mercer County
9-17
Cost of air travel measured in terms of pollution, not dollars
9-17
No more green posturing - the planet can't wait
9-17
Could sugar cane save the planet?
9-17
Researchers Work to Save Rare Songbird
 
9-17
Tell Wells Fargo to Stop Lootin and Pollutin  -  Lively Protest and Street Theater Outside Wall Street Investor Conference in SF; 9/18
9-17
Investigator blasts Interior Department - Remember Griles?: Leveling a Mountain of Research on Mountaintop Removal Strip Mining 'Anything Goes'
9-17
Issues of ecology, theology collide
9-17
Climate change risk to businesses
9-17
Carbon trading scheme a sop to King Coal
9-17
Inconvenient truths (for Al Gore and the rest of the planet)
9-17
Coal town Paonia spawns alternative energy nonprofit
9-17
Utilities have proposed building 16 new coal plants in Texas. That's a dangerous way to meet the state's energy needs
9-17
Largest strip mining shovel in existence, Silver Spade may become park centerpiece
9-17
Plentiful power
9-17
The issue is emissions
9-17
More consumers turn to wind, solar power
9-17
Future of green power up for grabs
9-17
Experts take heat off sun in global warming    -   Getting Warmer? Don't Blame It on the Sun, Experts Say
9-17
Dutch windmill industry moving offshore
9-16
Polar bears drown, islands appear in Arctic thaw
9-16
Report: Average Temps Rising in WV; Up 1.5 Degrees F Since January
9-16
W.Va., Wyoming poised to meet nation's coal needs
9-16
Illegals in coal mines spark disagreement
9-16
 
Wife of coal miner killed in accident files suit
9-16
Massey CEO takes attack in stride
9-16
J Stephen Griles--Interiors Internal Messes   -  Remember Griles?: Leveling a Mountain of Research on Mountaintop Removal Strip Mining
9-16
Fayette nature trail gets a boost
9-16
High Court and Climate Change   -  California Carbon
9-16
The Toxic Lessons of a Jersey Childhood
9-16
Western U.S. in Midst of Uranium Boom
9-16
Climate change causing concern for Canadians
9-16
Swiss push polluter tax in fight vs climate change
9-16
Changing weather poses problems
9-15
Grandfather protesting coal operations near school makes it to DC (scroll down to 9-14)
9-15
It's hotter than usual, analysis shows  -  Al Gore: Global warming a deadly serious threat
9-15
Starn accepts Blankenships contribution
9-15
A scrubber stack rises in Putnam; Tower will be 900 feet tall; emissions expected to fall by up to 98 percent
9-15
US to cut funds for two renewable energy sources; Geothermal and hydropower are mature enough for private enterprise to take the lead, the government says
9-15
Bush Made Environmental Mistakes
9-15
California skeptical of energy purchases from coal-burning power plants
9-15
Dozens of miners test positive for drugs
9-15
World Has 10-Year Window to Act on Climate
9-15
Stratospheric Sulfur Could Stall Global Warming
9-15
Filmmaker plans Sago mine documentary
9-15
Documentary: Black Diamonds
9-15
In Gamble, Calif. Tries to Curb Greenhouse Gases
9-15
Environmentalist condemns coal plants
9-14
Associated Press picture of Ed Wiley and Senator Byrd in Beckley Register Herald: Long trek
9-14
Wiley arrives in Washington, D.C., meets with Senator Byrd   -  Raleigh County Grandfather Walks to Washington to Raise Awareness  - Grandpa marches on DC for clean air and safe schools  -  Walking Grandpa In Washington 
9-14
Carbon capture costs earth: scientists
9-14
Manchin going to Wyo. to talk coal conversion (scroll down)  -    Manchin to attend coal tour in Wyo.
9-14
This news illustrates the insanity of promoting coal-to-liquid, as per news link above: Arctic ice melting rapidly, study says  -  Climate change seen pushing plants to the brink  -  Decline in Winter Arctic Ice Linked to Greenhouse Gases
9-14
World has 10-year window to act on climate: expert
9-14
Climate Change Poses Disaster Scenario for Miners
9-14
Forecast: State Coal Projections Flat; Power companies add to their plans to build plants
9-14
Read 'For the Sake of the Kids'
9-14
Hope shines over solar panel boom
9-14
Massey Loses Chance to Appeal Ruling
9-14
A gruff OK for power plant
9-14
Bad Polluted Mine Bill Would Shield Polluters Under Guise of "Good Samaritan"
9-14
Bad news sends ICG shares to new low
9-14
Smog Pollutants in East Drop, EPA Says
9-14
Chinese Coal Mine Flood Traps 7 Workers
9-14
New Report: Two Billion Households Will Be Powered by Solar
9-14
China Issues World's First 'Green GDP': Pollution Cost $64 Billion in 2004
9-14
Phase II of Renewable Energy in America
9-14
BMW to lease hydrogen cars in April
9-14
Malaysia Denies Rain Forests Being Destroyed for Palm Oil Cultivation
9-14
Climate fears for Bangladesh's future
9-14
Rich nations have 'climate duty'
9-14
US Carbon Markets Must Set Baselines High 
9-14
Study Acquits Sun of Climate Change, Blames Humans
9-14
Scientists Predict More European Heatwaves
9-14
CO2Whats in a name?
9-13
Gambling with Coal: How Future Climate Laws Will Make New Coal Power Plants More Expensive (pdf)
9-13
Grandpa marches on DC for clean air and safe schools  -  Wiley arrives in Washington, D.C., meets with Senator Byrd   -  Walking Grandpa In Washington
9-13
China Issues World's First 'Green GDP': Pollution Cost $64 Billion in 2004 (At Least)
9-13
International Coal expects loss of at least $10 million
9-13
Carbon capture costs earth: scientists
9-13
Climate change - it's the apocalypse, stupid  -  Updating Prescriptions for Avoiding Worldwide Catastrophe
9-13
Study Links Tropical Ocean Warming to Greenhouse Gases
9-13
Coal company strengthens safety procedures
9-13
Where you live affects how long  -  Life expectancies shorter in E. Kentucky, report says
9-12
Video of Larry Gibson in action
9-12
Associated Press: Grandfather nears end of his trek to Washington  -  WVU Newspaper: Grandfather nears end of his trek to Washington  -  Grandpa marches on DC for clean air and safe schools
9-12
What goes up will come right down
9-12
Controversial Washington County power plant gets OK
9-12
State labor history group honors Hechler, Blizzard
9-12
Energy Industry to Fund Plan for West Virginia Coal Conversion Facility (Barf bag anyone?)  Coal Conference speakers urge nation to break free of dependence on foreign oil   - -  America still needs to develop alternative fuels - Coal-to-liquid doesn't make sense for economy, environment  
9-12
Location can affect how long you live; McDowell, Logan counties among worst
9-12
A Conversation With James E. Lovelock--Updating Prescriptions for Avoiding Worldwide Catastrophe
9-12
Saving energy could save money; what's not to like?
9-12
Study Links Tropical Ocean Warming to Greenhouse Gases
9-12
World leaders pledge to continue following Kyoto
9-12
China speeds up renewable energy development
9-12
Parties ordered to keep road near Sago mine open
9-12
Massey announces fire safety initiative (Oh, please...)
9-12
Political action group to hold forum Tuesday at W.Va. State
9-12
Californians Believe Global Warming Clock is Ticking
9-12
Global warming is causing hurricane increase, scientists say  - Humans Affect Sea Warming in Hurricane Zones - Study   -  Report links global warming, storms
9-12
Global warming to wash away beaches, warns Spanish study
9-12
Funds Buy Big in the Carbon Market in China
9-12
EU, Asian Leaders Pledge Climate Change Effort
9-11
Reuters News Service in Washington Post--Grandpa marches on DC for clean air and safe schools
9-11
Film sheds light on energy sources
9-11
W.Va. Legislature Election Preview: Senate battles will be tough
9-11
Mexico's Mine Crisis: Tiny coal mines escape inspections  -  Mexico's Mine Crisis: 'We want our loved ones'
9-11
Gas Mileage - Not Gulf of Mexico Oil - Can Bring Energy Independence, Say Groups
9-11
Soaring energy costs make solar power a bright idea  -            Solar energy heats up across the country
9-11
Starving the People To Feed the Cars   -   The governor's energy gamble
9-11
Nation needs policy on greenhouse gases, Shell chief says
9-11
Start planning now for warmer planet
9-11
Global warming film unites preachers and politics
9-11
Global warming could worsen terror attacks
9-11
Global warming case going to Supreme Court
 
9-11
Leading the way on global warming
 
9-11
Calls grow for Govt to step up global warming fight
9-11
In Bolivia, tea leaves of global warming
9-11
Biggest Nuggets Taken in Global Carbon Rush
9-10
No need for foreign workers, Mingo residents say
9-10
Voting: Youth turnout  -  Value of voting stressed at NAACPs 2006 Freedom Fund Banquet
9-10
Mining academy coming to Logan
9-10
House races center stage: Blankenships vow to unseat Dems heats up usually sedate campaign
9-10
Bluefield Daily Telegraph Editorial: Energy alternative Plan for CTL plant is welcome news   -  Coal-to-liquid doesn't make sense for economy, environment
9-10
Scrubbers' cost higher that expected
9-10
Coal Bed Methane: In the West, a Water Fight Over Quality, Not Quantity
9-10
Has the coal power boom cooled off?
9-10
The world in hot water   -   Act now, says climate watchdog
9-10
Carbon dioxide sent into sea instead of into air; Critics worry possible global-warming solution will alter the chemistry of underwater storage rocks, allowing gas to seep out
9-10
Solar energy company to build second plant in Greenville
9-10
Arizona moves to save cash, cut air pollution
9-10
Siberian thaw to speed up global warming;  The release of trapped greenhouse gases is pushing the world past the point of no return on climate change
9-10
Renowned author Wendell Berry tours Bolinas farm, applauds agrarian efforts
9-10
World must wake up to the dangers of biofuels
9-10
Scottish Ministers say no to plan for giant wind turbines in beauty spot
9-10
World water crisis on way; Scarce supplies to lift conflicts  -    Canadians urged to safeguard Rockies as key water resource
9-9
Vectren, Duke ask for permit for Knox County 'clean coal' plant
9-9
Stiffer mine safety penalties urged  -  Mine safety agency publishes rules for raising fines on operators  -  Stiff fines proposed for large coal mine operators
9-9
Cabinet chief is political donor
9-9
Coal Severance Money May Have Been Used Improperly
 
9-9
Speaker on Venezuela at AK press tonight
9-9
All trapped miners die in central India coal mine blast  -   Accident in coal mines: No proper rescue effort
9-9
Wind Power Is Energy for Optimists
9-9
Climate change threatens Russia with African epidemics
9-9
Arctic - the last refuge from climate change
9-9
9-9
Far East polluting Canada's West
9-9
Semiconductors giant enters solar market
9-8
Massey considers shutting down mines to cut costs
9-8
Southwest Virginia family and A&G Coal settle in 3-year-old's death
9-8
Denise Giardina: Who are the 'Friends of Coal'?
9-8
Mingo water project completed
9-8
No matter what you call art, there's an exhibit for you
9-8
Eco-fatalism is for wimps
9-8
Chief executive touts Massey to investors
9-8
Raleigh wants to build piece of ATV trail
9-8
Kentucky environmental secretary to leave job
9-8
World Needs Far Tougher Action on Warming - UN
9-8
Global Warming Taking Earth Back to Dinosaur Era
9-8
Scientist's climate-change book is an urgent call to action
9-8
Nature blooms early due to climate change
9-8
World's most wanted: climate change
9-8
Biofuels Growth Seen Posing Threat to Wild Birds
9-8
The Peak Oil Crisis: The Word Begins to Spread   -  What happens when petroleum peaks?
9-8
Schwarzenegger Signs Legislation to Complete Million Solar Roofs Plan
9-8
New Book Cites Inevitability of Solar Energy
9-8
World Bank sees offgrid energy projects a boon
9-7
Climate change linked to extreme rainfall increase
9-7
Surprising release of metals from CO2 storage; Injecting CO2 into saline sandstones to slow global warming can dissolve minerals in the sandstones
9-7
Joe Wyatt: Blankenship glosses over his role in state's problems
9-7
Flattened mountains and buried brookies
9-7
New airport vital to county
9-7
Stickler renominated to head US mine safety agency   -   Bush renews nomination of mine safety official
9-7
Labor United!
9-7
Va. county tries to halt CONSOL plan
9-7
Julian Martin: Rodell no friend to mountains
9-7
54 Indian Miners Feared Dead in Blast   -  Chances of survival of 50 trapped coal miners bleak: Official
9-7
Beckley Register Herald Editorial: Wind farms
9-7
Coal touted at Chamber of Commerce meeting
9-7
Kentucky examines coal severance projects
9-7
Corp Watch Carries Pennies of Promise Article
9-7
China reports cities suffering from severe air pollution
9-7
Oil Pool Tapped in Gulf of Mexico Could Boost U.S. Reserves by 50 Percent
9-7
Solar power to shine in coming decades - report
9-7
Plastic makes solar cheaper
9-7
SURVEY SHOWS PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR URBAN WIND
9-7
Scientists Present Evidence of Climate Change
9-7
U.S. CEOs Overwhelmingly Concerned about Climate
9-7
States clear the air
9-7
Melting lakes in Siberia emit greenhouse gas
9-7
Chronic Wasting Diseases in Colorado
9-7
Too hot to handle: climate of change endangering 1683 natives
9-7
Text of Buck's William and Mary convocation address
9-7
Activists halt Australian coal export to Thailand
9-6
Republicans divided on Blankenship
9-6
Big Coal, Lost Mountain   -   Why are we still using coal?   -  Coal Junkies
9-6
Investigators suspect inspectors missed Massey violations
9-6
Inspectors' air packs pulled   -   Some Ky. mine inspectors not equipped with emergency air packs   Mine breathing devices subject of safety alert
9-6
Scott shows integrity and returns donation (scroll down)
9-6
Sago owner hires first chief financial officer
9-6
Environmentally-aware technologists could be the planets best hope for averting disaster
9-6
SGS Labs in Sophia part of worlds largest coal testing firm
9-6
Legislature should hear mines' neighbors
9-6
PSC reinstates application for Pendleton wind farm
9-6
Gulf oil find could boost reserves by half
9-6
Coaxing oil from huge U.S. shale deposits
9-6
World's largest solar power plant begins operation
9-6
Chip equipment maker heads for solar
9-6
Insurers Told to Do More to Tackle Climate Change
9-6
Gore Predicts Shift in Bush Climate Policy  -  Gore: We have to solve global warming  -  Adaptation to Global Warming Counterproductive
9-6
Vermonters turn up the heat on global warming
9-6
Emissions trading is not the answer
9-6
Heat is on for the future
9-5
Ice bubbles reveal biggest rise in CO2 for 800,000 years  -  Ice Core Evidence of Human Impact on CO2 in Air
9-5
Walking with purpose
9-5
It's TV ads that add to time of game (Mentions "Stop Mountaintop Removal" banner flying over stadium)
9-5
Bush Declares Eco-Whistleblower Law Void for EPA Employees; Stealth repeal of Clean Water Act Protections by invoking "sovereign immunity"
9-5
Weeks after coming home from a tour of mountaintop-removal mining sites...
9-5
Officials highlight annual labor rally
9-5
Customers to get "clean" coal study bill; Critics say companies should pay for unproven technology, even if never built
9-5
PSC agrees to reconsider Liberty Gap wind farm permit   -  PSC reinstates application for Pendleton wind farm
9-5
Running red, needing green
9-5
Coal plants, energy use and common sense   -  Saving the world one bulb at a time
9-5
Achieving real energy independence
9-5
Walls necessary to isolate Aracoma escape route missing
9-5
Errors, Costs Stall Nuclear Waste Project
9-5
California's green example
9-5
Five-day march calls for political action on global warming
9-5
Energy review ignores climate change 'tipping point'
9-5
Scientists 'surprised' on climate change
9-5
Climate change 'to encourage spread of disease'   -     Environmental change and the increasing threat of infectious diseases  -  Killer bug on move with global warming
9-5
World Bank proposes funds to clear way for clean energy
9-5
EU Lawmakers Lend Support for Car Tax to Cut CO2
9-5
Australia Hit By Driest August on Record
9-5
Minister issues global warming alert
9-4
Democrats to target Blankenship  -  Dems taking Blankenship threat seriously
9-4
Soaring natural gas prices spur widespread drilling
9-3
New battle for Blair Mountain   -  A new Blair Mountain battle pits groups that want to preserve it against ones that would tear it down  -  Gunfire and bologna sandwiches defined one volunteers mine war experience on Blair Mountain
9-3
Deborah Jones: Destroying the everlasting mountains
9-3
Vivian Stockman: Coal-to-liquid doesn't make sense for economy, environment
9-3
Jeff Jarrett, assistant secretary for fossil energy: Coal to be key for power
9-3
The 18 coal-fired power plants being proposed would double CO2 pollution in Texas. Scrap the plans.
9-3
FutureGen: Were going to bring the world to town (As long as the extraction of coal is so destructive to miners,  communities and Creation, there's no happy smiley face for coal.)
9-3
Carbon Dioxide Emissions Get Buried at Sea; Experts worry about the long-term safety, massive leaks, chemistry changes
9-3
Protesters vow to close down Britain's biggest coal-fired power station  -  Climate campaigners could shut biggest power plant
9-3
Missing Aracoma walls spread smoke, probe finds
9-3
Oversight failures in fatal mine fire 
9-3
Pa. coal company announces 200 layoffs at mines in W.Va., Ala.
9-3
Colin Finlay: The Eyewitness
9-3
Global photographer Paul Corbitt Brown's haunting images remind world of life's forgotten people
9-3
Beware: Some use wealth to get power (scroll down)
9-3
No such thing as friends of coal (scroll down)
9-3
The mystery death, a town in uproar and a $1bn UK mines deal
9-3
Wind Power a Vexing Question for Vermont
9-3
Nuclear Energy Hotly Debated in United States
9-3
Renewable Technologies Inc. sees sunny future with state solar bill
9-3
Green energy: Wallet and earth-friendly
9-2
Scientist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author E.O. Wilson sees science, religion saving environment
9-2
Coal heyday--Future has limits (Indeed, given global warming, acid rain, acid min drainage, mercury pollution and coal extraction methods that destroy communities and the ecosystems that support them.)
9-2
Biofuels favored in matchup with coal synfuels
9-2
Mammoth, $200 Million Wind Farm Proposed in Iowa
9-2
Nearly 11,000 Pennsylvanians Comment on Mercury Reduction Plan
9-2
California's action could spur feds, other states to cut emissions
9-2
Marchers' message on global warming: Do something now
9-2
Keystone To Energy Independence
9-2
Consumers 'crave energy efficient products'
9-2
Peak Oil Forecasters Win Converts on Wall Street
9-2
World's biggest solar electric plant opens in Germany
9-2
There's a market for limiting global warming
9-2
Climate change endangers Andean cloud forests
9-1
Top scientist's fears for climate
9-1
Festival showcases many cultures
9-1
West Virginians should stand up to Blankenship
9-1
Republican Scott returns Blankenship donation   -  Democrats: State is not for sale  - Casey speaks against Blankenship
9-1
Bob Miller: Coals friends have been few
9-1
Mine safety chief named; Wooten was CONSOL official  -    Manchin chooses Consol Energy exec as new mine safety director
9-1
Mine inspector air packs fail tests - W.Va. Warns Mines About Air Packs That May Not Work
9-1
Catholic Explorer: Churches band together in evangelical move to save the planet
9-1
Texas Mayors Form Group to Fight New Coal Units  -  Mayors oppose coal power proposal
9-1
California Tightens Rules on Emissions; Supporters Hope Law Will Spur Federal Action  -  California legislature passes bill to limit coal-fired power  -  Governor seen signing bill on non-California power  -  California sets global example with historic deal to reduce emission
9-1
US direct action: How American cities have bypassed Bush on Kyoto
9-1
ANALYSIS - US State CO2 Laws Won't Prevent Coal Boom
9-1
Hundreds protest over coal station emissions
9-1
Massey employment agreement unfair, lawsuits say
9-1
Ginseng digging season opens (But for mountaintop removers, it's always open season on ginseng--the mountain killers destroy huge swaths of ginseng habitat forever. No need to put any seeds back for mining companies. After all there's no soil left.)
9-1
Unions, activists rally for change
9-1
Getting past coal takes culture shift
9-1
10% of tuna at sushi bars unfit to eat, report says
9-1
Changing climate: 'Compost effect' may cause global warming to reach crisis point in 2050

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