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10-31
A global catastrophe of our own making  -  British Report: Failure to Curb Global Warming Disastrous for World Economies   -  No reason to panic, if we act now  -  Global Warming Could Devastate Economy  (More on the Stern Review below, under entries from today's date)
10-31
1 killed, 1 hurt in mine accident  -   Coal industry faces dangerous time
10-31
A Miner Matter
10-31
Conservation: Just follow the law
10-31
Food tax leads cut list  -  First part of tax plan unveiled  -  Manchin proposes $110M in tax cuts
10-31
Coal firm sues Pa. over longwall mining rules   -  Coal firm alleges DEP discrimination
10-31
Kentucky has new stake in power plant
10-31
WV students Travel to Ohio to join fight against new coal plants
10-31
Oil spill darkens Pike County creek
10-31
Mine Explosion Traps 35 in Western China
10-31
World Wildlife Fund report places U.S. second in natural resource consumption
10-31
E. ON U.S. will join climate effort ; Partnership to build plant that won't cause warming
10-31
Dow CEO: Energy Policy Could Retain Jobs
10-31
Clean vs. dirty is only part of renewable energy debate
10-31
TV GM bans global warming news
10-31
Scientists, American public disagree sharply over global warming
10-31
White House Nods at British Climate Change Report  -  Climate Change Appeal Fails to Silence Sceptics
10-31
Home Page for the Stern Review Stern by numbers  - The day that changed the climate  -  So what does the Stern Report mean for the world?  -  'Almost too late' to stop a global catastrophe  -  Melting of Greenland's ice sheet 'is the turning point'
10-31
Simple verdict after a complex inquiry: time is running out -    Britain to push for global climate deal by 2008  -  Drastic action on climate change is needed now - and here's the plan  - 'Final piece in the jigsaw'  - Analysts sceptical about report's impact in US - and benefits of using Al Gore
10-31
UK Response to Stern Review on Climate Change
10-31
Putting a price on carbon: the key to securing global stability
10-31
Rich Nations' Greenhouse Gases up in 2004 - UN  -  Emissions of Greenhouse Gases
10-31
Climate changes global warming could cause 
10-31
Global warming may produce more insects
10-30
Election Day blunders could escalate  -  Mistakes in election process inexcusable  -  Remember to Vote, Hope It Counts
10-30
Statehouse power at stake in '06   -  W.Va. Democrats upset over $1.3 million Republican ad campaign
10-30
Old Trout Magazine: The Thirteen Scariest People in America (Scariest Polluter: Don Blankenship / CEO of Massey Energy Co.)
10-30
Job and Environmental Blackmail: Alive And Well In West Virginia
10-30
A vote for Rufus is a vote for an underdog
10-30
Mine Safety Protest  (scroll down for headline)
10-30
Fury at proposal for open cast site
10-30
Budgets Falling in Race to Fight Global Warming
10-30
Leahy: President censored warming research
10-30
Gore to advise British on global warming
10-30
If the climate change message is to hit home, we will all need more support
10-30
From cow poop to cow power: A journey in photographs
10-30
The Dark Side of Coal
10-30
Belize barrier reef suffers, global warming blamed  -  Global warming will create 'climate change refugees'  -  Global warming could cost up to $7 trillion
10-30
The other type of climate change ideologue
10-30
New kind of hybrid fuel is 'doable' now, experts say
10-30
Solar event has star power
 
10-30
GT Solar helps harness solar
10-30
Solar power keeps satellites cooking on defense, data
10-29
Climate change 'hitting Africa'  - Africa faces catastrophe unless West acts on climate change
10-29
Millionaire focuses on Legislature  -  Political scientist says Blankenship approach is novel   -   Coal magnate trying to fire up GOP support
10-29
Both parties ramp up efforts to deliver vote
10-29
Bobbie Ann Mason op-ed in New York Times: Pick Your Poison
10-29
Vote! Live the change you want now
10-29
"A Crisis of God's Creation"
10-29
Report: 14 Miners Die in Western China
10-29
Coal-gasification plant will be built in Indiana
10-29
Hard-knock New England city welcomes region's largest solar installation
10-29
Wind's up for energy industry
10-29
Solar's Next Level: In South Korea, an Israeli firm tries to scale up PVT technology   -  Solar pays off for Plantronics
10-29
EnviroMission Solar Tower
10-29
Planning for the long term
10-29
Global warming is likely to hit your wallet
10-29
Climate change: five ways to make a difference
10-29
Britain considering 'green taxes' to help combat climate change
10-29
Key points in UK climate change report  -  Sweeping report to spell out costs of global warming  -  The cost-benefit on global warming
10-29
Experts: Warming a threat to wildlife
10-29
Global warming: A life-preserver for right-wingers fleeing sinking Republican Party?
10-29
Global warming: litigation to soon heat up
10-29
Reduce your 'carbon footprint' to minimize global warming's effects
10-28
New York Times: Taking On a Coal Mining Practice as a Matter of Faith
10-28
Elk dont seem to like the food sources on strip mines (because it isn't a food source!)
10-28
US Warned of Ballot Box Chaos as Elections Near
10-28
Mine safety: Important promises
10-28
Officials discuss future of mine lands  -  Reclamation?  -Twisted Gun
10-28
Energy Secretary announces $450 million for coal research -   Gov't Gives $450M to Coal Research (There is no such thing as "clean" coal. Coal's dirty when you dig it, dirty when you haul it, dirty when you burn it, dirty when you dispose of the ash, and it sure dirties up politics.) Ky. gets $134 million to study CO2 capture
10-28
Indiana to get clean coal-to-gas plant (see note above)
10-28
Final campaign finance reports show incumbents leading  
10-28
Texas hunger strike against new coal plants
10-28
Barton faces two challengers
10-28
Light at end of tunnel in miners' shortage--Massey
10-28
Companies to soon decide whether to tap into coal-bed methane
10-28
Baard Energy, L.L.C. Names Civil & Environmental Consultants as Facility Permitting Consultant for Preliminary Engineering and Site Analysis
10-28
Arch Coal's foundation gives $100,000 to W. Va. University
10-28
From Polluted Past to Solar Energy Champs
10-28
New funding gives green British householders a helping hand  -  MP backs campaign to save on energy
10-27
NATIONWIDE PERMIT PROGRAM WARRANTS ANGER AND ACTION   -   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' New Nationwide Permits
10-27
A tough election season for the coal industry
10-27
Mountain Party hopeful disdains campaign contributions
10-27
Blankenship should give to charities, not politicians (scroll down)
10-27
Mountain Laurel: Archs Investment Makes Strides
10-27
This Just In...
10-27
Exxon Reports $10.49 Billion Profit in Quarter
10-27
Coal miner Massey posts higher 3rd-quarter profit  -   Coal miner Consol's quarterly profit drops
10-27
CN pressman dies in wreck
10-27
Vermont College Goes Green With Cow Manure
10-27
Blaine ready to fight coal industry 
10-27
F&M to host showing of Kilowatt Ours
10-27
Kyoto Carbon Capture Projects Possible Before 2012
10-27
Sea change: why global warming could leave Britain feeling the cold
10-27
Al Gore: Earth is in 'Full-Scale Planetary Emergency'
 
10-27
Wales unites to tackle climate change
10-27
Climate change also brings opportunities
10-27
Leading Methodists to Join March on Climate Change
10-27
A Tale of Two Climate Change Stories
10-27
World economy 'faces ruin' from climate change
10-27
M. Stanley Gives US$3 Billion Confidence Vote in Kyoto
10-27
World Carbon Market Leaps in '06, China Share Down
10-27
Traditional cooking stoves impact global warming more than expected
10-27
New York suburb plans its own fight against global warming
10-27
What's the link between hurricanes and global warming?
10-27
Supreme Court tackles global warming; Corporate America is split on whether the EPA should regulate carbon dioxide
10-26
Peril: Environmental collapse?  -  Eating the Planet
10-26
'Saving The Earth' Can Mean Big Bucks; Report Finds $1 Trillion In 'Green' Business Opportunities Await Entrepreneurs
10-26
Tackle climate change or face deep recession, world's leaders warned
10-26
State Supreme Court won't consider PSC's power plant ruling
10-26
Lawsuit filed over second truck wreck
10-26
Industry Feels Left Out Of WJU Mining Panel (Poor little industry! Maybe it should go spend another couple tens of millions on TV and radio propaganda)  -  Panel Reviews Preservation Of Coal Mining Jobs, Environment
10-26
U.S. And EU Agree to Boost Environment Cooperation  (There is no such thing as "clean" coal. Coal's dirty when you dig it, dirty when you haul it, dirty when you burn it, dirty when you dispose of the ash, and it sure dirties up politics.)
10-26
The State Journal: Voters Question Blankenship's Campaign
10-26
With Election Day Looming, Voters Show Apathy
10-26
Pull the Plug on E-Voting
10-26
Dirty campaigning
10-26
Dishing out power with a solar engine
10-26
Coal-to-oil not suitable as bulk fuel for automobiles - Chinese think-tank
10-26
Australia to Build Largest Solar Plant  -   Australia advances with solar power
10-26
China invest massive capital for renewable power
10-26
Inspectors start inquiry into mine death in Pa.
10-26
Environmental opponents begin hunger strike in protest of coal-fired plants  -  Can't afford ills of more dirty plants
10-26
ICG reports $2.4 million loss
10-26
Is there hope for Route 10?
10-26
Eleven killed in coal mine explosion in China
10-26
Don't be misled by political ads; get facts about candidates
10-26
Site development begins for new Illinois coal-fired power plant
10-26
Schwarzenegger Prods Bush on Warming
10-26
The Path Beyond Petroleum: Twelve Theses
10-25
Humans Living Far Beyond Planet's Means
10-25
Finding a Balance For Coal Mining
10-25
Don Blankenship: Seventh scariest person in America  -  Farm Bureau hosts candidates
10-25
Don't let rich outsider sway your vote
10-25
Mine safety money comes to Montgomery  -  Rahall launches mine safety program from Montgomery
10-25
UMW Demands Safer Coal Mines  -  Coal miner knew job, relative says
10-25
Gas pipeline owner seeks permits to expand transmission, storage
10-25
Candidates debate state issues
10-25
Residents fire more questions than last time
10-25
Coal plant protesters organize hunger strike
10-25
The Coal Conspiracy
10-25
The Hidden Life of Paper and Its Impact on the Environment
10-25
For Solar Energy Firms, Future May Be Brighter
10-25
Marine energy cash made available
10-25
Cities warming to cheap solar energy
10-25
Australian states in $125m solar power grab
10-25
Climate change, fungal disease threatening frogs
10-25
Climate change 'will threaten Britain's water supply'
10-25
First African solar airport to operate in Uganda
10-24
Energy depletion & the US descent into fascism
10-24
UMW picketing MSHA for safety
10-24
Time for answers on miners air packs
10-24
Explosion at Pa. coal mine kills 1  -  1 killed, 5 escape mine in east Pa.
10-24
Preston mine has history of roof falls
10-24
Mine Tragedy Remembered
10-24
Northeastern Kentucky school works to turn out 'high-tech' coal miners
10-24
Wild, wonderful  -  Take Action: Sign Petition
10-24
Two conservation groups file 2nd appeal over gorge development
10-24
Montana Announces Transmission Line Plans
10-24
Canada Doubles Wind Energy Projects From 2005
10-24
Two arrested for protest at NOAA office
10-24
Britain to warn climate change threatens security
10-24
Coal mine poses a looming threat to water quality
 
10-24
Global Warming May Be Mother of All Finance Woes: John F. Wasik
10-24
Frozen in Memories, but Melting Before Their Eyes
10-24
Rare Russian CO2 Data Shows 11 Pct Rise Since 1999
10-24
Clean Energy: The Future May Be Sooner Than You Think  -  RENEWABLE ENERGY A BREEZE WITH AIR-X WIND TURBINES
10-24
Peco's 'Designer' Energy Is Worth The Money
10-24
Carbon Market Might Help Rainforests 
10-24
Time to Get Serious on 'Bold' Kyoto Successor
10-24
Global warming may sour Aussie wine: scientist
10-24
Was surprise snowstorm caused by global warming?
 
10-23
Bill McKibben: How Close to Catastrophe?
10-23
Byrd-Raese contest priciest W.Va. race
10-23
Election calendar   -  Early voting gets off to a steady start
10-23
Small climate of concern as US polls loom
10-23
Vt. researchers rebut EPA theory on mercury pollution
10-23
In Deregulation, Power Plants Turn Into Blue Chips
10-23
A Welsh village sets the tempo in water
10-23
Media downplay link to eco-disasters
10-23
Big corporations ready to battle global warming threat
10-23
The environment fights back
10-23
Swiss bank targets top companies' impact on climate change
10-23
Change in climate will spur mass migration
10-22
New York Times: Wealthy Coal Executive Hopes to Turn Democratic West Virginia Republican
10-22
Preston County miner killed in accident
10-22
Power Execs Foresee Carbon Emission Caps
10-22
Most proposed power plants in U.S. would use old technology
10-22
Mercury in air linked to power plants
10-22
Dust still hasn't settled, 3 months after soot 'event'
10-22
Promise of solar energy already starting to shine
10-22
In 1966, they refused to sue not now
10-22
Coal mining engineer discusses issues of concern
10-22
Abandoned mine sites endangering Blair
 
10-22
Villagers heroic survivors, not victims
10-22
Blair issues stark climate change warning  -  Blair Warns Of Catastrophic Tipping Points From Global Warming
10-21
40 years ago today in Aberfan, Wales: 'The saddest 24 hours I would ever know'  -   Murderous wave killed kids  -  'It was something beyond tragedy'   -   All around us was chaos, and no one was rescued alive  -  Aberfan, the village that lives in the shadow of the past
10-21
Latest global warming study predicts "wild ride of droughts, heavy rain  -  Global Warming Spells Widespread Disaster
10-21
Kentucky Council of Churches calls for end to mountaintop removal  -  Church group calls for changes to aid state's rural areas
10-21
Blankenship: Odd election factor
10-21
White Buck Coal (Massey subsidiary) facing court
10-21
Bosses profit drive kills 40 coal miners in U.S. this year
10-21
Controversial reading reverberates week later
10-21
Ky. urged to be power player; Fletcher encourages investments at summit   -  Protest proceeds Fletcher energy conference
10-21
Votes for Sale?  $ Spent in WV
10-21
GRANNY D GOES TO WASHINGTON
10-21
Future of American energy in doubt
10-21
Christians gather for prayer against new coal-fired plants in Texas  -  TXU gets first OK on 6 coal plants
10-21
Climate Change: An Evangelical Call to Action   -  Christians Counter Climate Change  -  Christians to Pressure Government on Climate Change at I Count Rally
10-21
Local plant says it will clean up act
10-21
TV production revisits history in McDowell
10-21
Of major coal-producer states, Virginia bests the nation this year with its output increase
10-21
Now coal has rights? Wyoming-area coal mines worry about development of subdivisions  (Poor little coal companies)
10-21
Arch Coal profit up, but shares down on warning
10-21
Separation Of Oil And State
10-21
What you don't eat will heat your home
10-21
Building Solar, Hydrogen Power in Your Garage
10-21
Alternative energy advocates make push in Mexico
10-21
Children embark on 90-mile pilgrimage over climate change  -  Protesters stage 'die-in' to challenge climate change sceptics
10-21
The Post Carbon Church
10-20
Bush names Stickler mine chief   -   Bush appoints nominee to head mine agency despite opposition
10-20
Two for the money: When McConnell's pull fails, his Labor secretary wife fills in
10-20
Blankenship should get all of the facts straight before sending his messages
10-20
Political ads dominate TV; Millions may be spent on spots by Election Day
10-20
Energys future means planning today, undersecretary says
10-20
King Coal is coming back, raising fears it will worsen global warming
10-20
Protest proceeds Fletcher energy conference
10-20
Officials concerned about foreign labor   -  Officials holding out hope for race track
10-20
Rahall praises new mine
10-20
Is pressurized coal the solution? (Sure, if it is ok to fry the planet, poison the water, level the hills, raze forests, annihilate habitat, increase flooding and drive coalfield communities into extinction.)
10-20
Climate change to cause more extreme weather  -  Why we must ration the future  -  Climate change 'will cause refugee crisis'
10-20
Greenland Ice Sheet Shrinking Fast - NASA
10-20
Open for Business to stay on border signs
10-20
Judge delays construction of southern Illinois power plant
10-20
Coal-filled barges slam into dam
10-20
Mountain mystique: Berea College celebrates Appalachia
10-20
Water Scarcity Seen Dampening Case for Biofuel   -  New Thai Energy Minister Kills Biodiesel Plans
10-20
Waste coal fire extinguished
10-20
Pa. Board OKs State Mercury Reduction Plan
10-20
Reflecting on a lost generation  -  Record of Aberfan horror in pictures
10-20
Major Problems Of Surviving Peak Oil  -    Why markets need to take Peak Oil seriously
10-20
Australian Farmers Commit Suicide as Hope Evaporates
10-20
As Climate Changes, Large Firms Look at Global-Warming Practice Areas
10-20
Blair urges climate change action
10-20
Australia's south badly affected by climate change
10-20
New climate is cloudy for top 100
10-20
Nigeria: 20 Areas for Solar Electrification
10-19
The State Journal: Murky Mingo Water at Heart of Hearing
10-19
The State Journal: High Stakes--With energy markets strong, lawsuits challenge coal industry  (May we please have a full accounting of all the costs the coal industry passes on to current and future generations; may we please have an accounting of the value of ecosystem services the industry is destroying forever and may way please know every single dollar politicians get from the coal industry? May we please have a full accounting of ever tax break and subsidy the coal industry receives. May we please have one day where the coal industry has to tell the truth?)
10-19
Coal Valley News: Mountaintop permits face legal challenge
10-19
Water Tech Magazine: Coal waste plaguing WV drinking water
10-19
FRIDAY, OCT. 20: A mountain of writers at Marshall (scroll down)
10-19
CORA, a voice for justice in the mountains
10-19
Solar economically viable soon
10-19
Its a blatant, downright lie; Countys delegates dispute charge they voted to allow drunk drivers to keep licenses
10-19
Early voting begins in West Virginia
10-19
New Laws and Machines May Spell Voting Woes
10-19
Coal-to-liquid plant has long path
10-19
Agreement has been reached to save jobs at two hydropower stations
10-19
Pennsylvania proposal to reduce mercury emissions superior to federal plan
10-19
China ready to join U.S. FutureGen power project
10-19
Ex-mine inspector indicted in Lawrence
10-19
Shippingport citizens fear effects from blast of soot
10-19
10 Million People at Risk From Pollution   -  Group Lists 10 Most Polluted Places on Earth 
10-19
Mr. Pombos Map
10-19
US Businesses See Greenhouse Laws by 2015
10-19
Village feels injustice as the politicians return
10-19
Methane-munching microbes check climate
10-19
Aquinnah bylaw could require renewable energy use in houses
10-19
BP to quadruple capacity of Xi'an solar energy facility
10-19
EU Energy Efficiency Plan Tackles Buildings, Cars
10-19
Kyoto CO2 Trade not Ready for Formal Terms
10-19
Solar energy will bring 300 Cardiff jobs
10-19
Sharp Magnifies Its Focus on Solar
10-19
Officials question need for second E. Ky. pipeline
10-18
Trumka to Massey: Rein in Blankenship
10-18
Writing For The Mountains
10-18
Sago widow, daughter urge tougher MSHA fines
10-18
Even coal (clean or not) will not save the US way of life
10-18
Solar-cell business poised for huge growth
10-18
EARTH MATTERS - Mountain Top Removal
10-18
Pa. toughens rules to reduce mercury output of power plants
10-18
Ballot illegal, lawyer argues
10-18
Legislators look for highway funds
10-18
Restore 'Wild, Wonderful'   -    Border greeting: 'Wild and wonderful' reflects state spirit  -  Student wants 'Wild, Wonderful' back
10-18
Eastern Kentucky pipeline project moves forward
10-18
Illinois forms task force to win FutureGen facility
10-18
Mountain candidate works to be heard
10-18
Is the Water in Mingo County Poisoning People?
10-18
UMW to get money in Blue Cross case
10-18
Peak Oil: The Clock Is Ticking
10-18
Indonesia Pushes for Geothermal Renewal
10-18
'Heatwave Down To Global Warming' Say Experts
10-18
Matt Drudges Efforts To Cast Doubt on Global Warming Reaches New Level of Desperation
10-17
Coal waste poisoning water, coalfield residents say
10-17
Residents want study on coal slurry runoff   -  Is the Water in Mingo County Poisoning People?
10-17
Mining case ruling not expected soon
10-17
Mine operators blast plan to raise fines
10-17
Early voting finding success in Cabell County   -   Voters to meet several candidates at forum   -   If you don't vote, you don't matter to politicians
10-17
Mine safety law could have unintended results
10-17
Lawmakers still miffed over road strategy
10-17
Aberfan: why me?
10-17
Coal legacy wed rather forget
10-17
Fire at Coal Mine in China Traps 28
10-17
Soot release doesn't pose health threat
10-17
AEP spends $1.3M on land for landfill and buffer in Beverly
10-17
Lulled by cheap gas, candidates ignore looming energy crisis
10-17
Google plans largest U.S. solar-powered office 
10-17
U.S. Department of Defense looks for renewable military jet fuel
10-17
Global warming may be behind leap in UK infectious diseases
10-17
Antarctic Ice Shelf Collapse Tied to Global Warming
10-17
Global Warming: How History Is Being Manipulated to Undermine Calls for Action
10-16
Petitions seek 'Open for Business' slogans removal
10-16
U.S. coal plant boom poses big environmental, economic questions
10-16
The Least Sexy Part of Energize America
10-16
Trojan Horses and the Big Lie of Clean Coal
10-16
Kentucky mine rescue teams might be disbanded  -  The Mine Improvement and New Emergency Response Act
10-16
COAL-FIRED POWER PLANT MEETING (scroll down)
10-16
Del. moves to clean up power plant emissions
10-16
Green tag for nuclear energy dismissed  -  'World needs 20 times as many nuke plants to avoid greenhouse catastrophe' Nuclear Power Not the Answer to Global Warming
10-16
Clocks Tick for CO2 Trade in Energy Business
10-16
However life got here, we need to keep it going
10-16
The day we start eating planet Earth
10-16
Schwarzenegger Takes Green Roadshow to New York
10-16
Bio-energy to account for 4% of China's renewable energy  -  Australia 'to fill China energy needs'
10-16
Rural Indiana Town Sees Power, Renewal in Pig Manure
10-16
Australia Battles Bushfires as Drought Scars Land  -  Australia's PM Says Drought Will Hit Growth   -  Drought areas blaming climate change
10-16
UK Government Plans Bill on Climate Change
10-15
EDGE: Environmental art show to benefit Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition
10-15
Birke offers wide array of events
10-15
Food-tax cut wont help economy much, state researchers say  -   Who says food tax hurts poor?  - Tax shelters siphon millions from W.Va.  -  Rethinking the pie: Taxes arent bad theyre just misunderstood
10-15
Casey hits Blankenship on clause in DUI bill
10-15
Mitigation benefits subject of symposium
10-15
Senator's pet issue: money and the power it buys
10-15
Competitive Era Fails to Shrink Electric Bills
10-15
Coal plant interests give Texas Gov. Perry $132,000
10-15
The Deathwatch for Cheap Oil
10-15
Watch: "Is God Green?"   -  Religion takes on global warming
10-15
Norway to Build World's Biggest CO2 Capture Facility
10-15
Cheaper to act on global warming now than to wait  -  Unchecked global warming will cost trillions says report
10-15
This clock stopped ... when Aberfan stopped the world
10-15
Solar energy market heats up: Homeowners drawn to improved, more affordable systems
10-15
PG&E in Deal for Cow Gas to Fuel Power Plants
10-15
Anger as Chinese wind farm lauded
10-15
Shell: Climate change is a business opportunity
10-15
Stark reality of climate change
10-15
EU Warns 8 States Over Late CO2 Emissions Plans
10-14
Appalachian Artists Coming Together for Landscape Exhibition; Opening Nov. 11 Will Feature Live Music
10-14
The day the world wept for Aberfan
10-14
Morgantown power plant gets $1.8 billion backing   -  Cleaning Up on "Clean Coal"?
10-14
John Blair: Strip Mining Wildlife Preserves?
10-14
Groups wary of Blackwater trail agreement  -   Take Action Here
10-14
Can we cut off our dependence on fossil fuels by going cold turkey?
10-14
Schweitzer promotes coal-to-fuel technology at National Press Club   -  Experts discuss big ideas about Wyoming coal
10-14
Science Ignored, Again
10-14
Blankenship appears in his political group's ad (Barf bag anyone?)
10-14
Citigroup Downgrades Massey Energy (MEE) to Sell
10-14
Coal ash: County tests for toxic metals in wells
10-14
Neighbors of fly ash slide now seeking relief in court
10-14
National Coal Gets $10M Credit Line
10-14
New York Sues Coal-Fired Power Plant
10-14
Groups sponsor candidate forum
10-14
Speaker warns of nationwide overcrowding
10-14
Act now to combat global warming
10-14
U.S. Catholic Bishops on global warming
10-13
W.Va. Writers tour to focus on mountaintop removal
10-13
Warming will cost trillions, says report; Damage forecast to cost 8% of global GDP by 2100   -   Global Warming Fight Helps Economy-Report
10-13
Beware Fletcher's false energy choices   -  Fletcher orders energy-saving measures  -  Coal, recreation key to state's future - Regional panel announces plans for Appalachian energy development  - New energy blueprint described as opportunity for economic expansion (and environmental destruction, which will lead to economic ruin)
10-13
The World's Largest Fuel-Burning Entity (See above...why certain governors are drooling over coal-to-liquid and blind to the consequences for our only home.)
10-13
New Coal Power Plants: The Definition of Insanity
10-13
Blankenship twisting the truth  -  Mahan Says Money Targeting Her, Thompson by Blankenship Could Have Been Used to Help States Children
10-13
Alabama: Miner Killed
10-13
South Africans visit Arch Coal mines
10-13
Company completes exploration of coal mining in wildlife area
10-13
Ofgem calls for easier home power generation
10-13
Climate policy will 'push energy efficiency hardest'
10-13
Global warming is changing Wisconsin
10-13
Global warming is plenty real for Pacific Islanders
10-13
New combatant against global warming: insurance industry
10-13
Reduce mercury toxins   -   Environment ministers agree to slash mercury from coal-fired power plants
10-12
Scientists Differ Over Impact of Valley Fills
10-12
Evangelicals Discover Environmentalism  - Documentary explores God and the environment
10-12
Daily Kos: Outrageous! A CEO's attempted hostile takeover of WV  -   National Public Radio W. Virginia Businessman Finances Campaigns
10-12
GOP accused of flip-flop on DUI issue
10-12
Documentary by local filmmakers shows cheap energy can come with a steep human price
10-12
Energy blueprint' to be unveiled today
10-12
What are odds of coal synfuel plant in Montana?  -  Schweitzer takes coal-to-diesel plan to D.C.
10-12
Giant tires difficult to find as price skyrockets
10-12
Coal severance veto threatens eastern Kentucky degree program
10-12
In Ontario, Making 'Clean Energy' Pay; Utilities Ordered to Compensate Homeowners For Power From Solar, Wind, Water Projects
10-12
More coal in wind country? Coal-fired power plant wrong choice for Minnesota's energy future
10-12
The Dirt on Coal: David Orr Reviews "Lost Mountain: A Year in the Vanishing Wilderness"
10-12
Official lauds efforts at Bakerton site
10-12
Board endorses Montana mercury rule after debating coal types
10-12
Chinese coal miners rescued after 40 hours trapped underground
10-12
Service to remember the Aberfan dead
10-12
Climate Change in the U.S. Northeast
10-12
Clean Tech
10-12
CMS Energy, Peabody Team on Coal Plant   -  Powergen plans 1bn 'super' coal-fired station  -  Coal-fired Power Plant brings Globalization to a small town   -  Michigan company to operate coal-fired power plant in Illinois
10-12
Scientist paints grim picture of climate change
10-12
Climate change requires insurer attention
10-12
Post-Kyoto Climate Talks May Last to 2010
10-12
Global warming threatens fall foliage
10-12
Senator says warming by humans just a hoax  -  Coming Up at the Bottom of the Hour: Global Warming
10-12
Investors Urge More Company Action on Warming
10-12
China Enersave Plans 20 Biomass Plants
10-11
Ky. officials: 4 counties meet air standards
10-11
ARC meeting will focus on new-generation jobs for area
10-11
U.S. needs fuel diversity, AEP chief tells fundraiser
10-11
Indiana Professor Claims Top Prize in Scientific Integrity Cartoon Contest
10-11
Stop MTR benefit for KFTC at the Jazz Factory (scroll down)  -Watch this (scroll down)
10-11
Local group fights to keep away coal plants
10-11
Barbara Freese and Steve Clemmer: New coal plant would bring a price too high to justify
10-11
Mining Conference In Raleigh County
10-11
Big Energy Dreams in Big Sky Country
10-11
Home Wind Turbines Turn Fashionable in Britain
10-11
Affordable solar hot water systems
10-11
Global Warming Seen Pushing up Insurance Costs
10-11
Linde Sees 6 Million Hydrogen Cars in Europe by 2020
10-11
Global warming could doom Asia!
10-11
Climate change, challenge to rice cultivation
10-10
40 YEARS ON: THE CHILDREN OF ABERFAN
10-10
Commerce secretary visits; Bright future for clean coal predicted  ("Clean" Coal is a Dirty Lie! Coal's dirty when you dig it, dirty when you haul, dirty when your burn it, dirty when you dispose of the ash, and it sure dirties up politics! Hence, we get a little miffed when Big Coal lobbyists, bought-and-sold politicians and the those who don't know about the full cycle of the world's coal use try to brand coal as "clean.")
10-10
AEP seeking permits for clean coal plant in both Ohio, W.Va. (See above)
10-10
It's Capitol vs. capital as governor, coal baron go toe-to-toe
10-10
Environmental group advocates energy efficiency (scroll down)
10-10
Mine refuge shelter to be used in exercise
10-10
Loan Could Determine Rail Project's Fate
10-10
Bill Moyers Q&A on religion, environment; Grist magazine interviews him on new PBS series 'Is God Green?'
10-10
Bush Pushes Environment Moves, but Still Draws Ire
10-10
Rising Seas Could Leave Millions Homeless in Asia
10-10
What is solar power?
10-10
Tempted by a wind turbine?   -   Profit from homemade energy
10-10
Work Starts Near Glasgow on Europe's Largest Wind Farm
10-10
Italy Decrees Energy-Saving Rules for Buildings
10-10
100m boost for renewable energy?
10-10
Renewable energy summit targets Latin America
10-10
Cleaner than coal?
10-10
Rhodia, SOCGEN Form Carbon Trading Joint Venture
10-9
Why the Frogs Are Dying
10-9
Solar power shines, despite clouds
10-9
Can tax proposals meet expectations?
10-9
Despite protests, Penn. moving forward with new mercury measures
10-9
A blueprint for energy efficiency
10-9
Report issues warning on Pa. climate changes
10-8
Tennessee Citizens Call For A Just Energy Future
10-8
Rapid mine rescue in future requires discussion now
10-8
Rags to riches: Harless visioned wealth, success
10-8
Few jobs, lots of drugs
10-8
Solar power can make coal plants obsolete
10-8
Taiwan firm will help fund Inlet coal-to-liquids study
10-8
Spotlight to fall on Evangelical divisions over climate change, mountaintop removal
10-8
EPA wraps up air permit hearings for proposed Navajo power plant
10-8
Global warming happening now, most Alaskans say
10-8
Technology on standby significant contributor to global warming
10-8
Oil exec pushes greener energy
10-7
Knox miner killed by falling rock; MINING-RELATED FATALITY 15TH FOR KENTUCKY THIS YEAR
10-7
Coal Operators Restoring More Streams Than Required, Official Says
10-7
Riding the Environmental Justice Bus
10-7
Mine safety activist Jack Spadaro to speak at Appalachian Oct. 26
10-7
Bredesen gets support at 1st debate
10-7
Consumers for Justice case to stay in Virginia
10-7
Air pack maker CSE says its products safe despite federal tests
10-7
MOYERS ON AMERICA: IS GOD GREEN? GOES INSIDE
THE DEBATE AMONG EVANGELICAL CHRISTIANS
OVER THE ENVIRONMENT
10-7
Winds of Change: A Message In a Building
10-7
Sun shines brightly on renewable energies
10-7
Wind power will save consumers 30m in 2007
 
10-7
U.S. goes own way on global warming strategy
10-7
Western Warming Warning
10-7
Global Warming Slowly Killing Planet Earth
10-6
Bill Moyers discusses the spread of environmental concern among evangelicals
10-6
Sago miners families troubled by suicides
10-6
CDC: Black lung disease on rise in Va.
10-6
Federal tests show more problems with air packs
10-6
Mountaintop Removal Lawsuit Continues in Huntington
10-6
The unexamined costs of coal-to-liquid  -  Coal-to-liquid plant in Montana to use Rentech technology  -  Mont. to build coal-to-liquid fuel plant   -  Coal-to-liquid: Boucher plan could benefit Southwest Virginia  -  Science or Fiction?
10-6
Gas explosion in Chinese coal mine kills 13
10-6
W.Va. native named VP of coal company
10-6
Casey Challenges Blankenship, WV GOP, to Call for Hastert to Step Down as Speaker For Sake of the Kids
10-6
Massey to sell coal reserves for $31 million
10-6
Scientist Warns of Species' Extinction
10-6
Coming clean: Coal's the wrong way to go
10-6
Tours to shed light on solar power   -   Tired of Salem Power Plant? Try solar
10-6
UAE to focus on alternative and renewable sources of energy
10-6
Other countries heeding climate change
10-6
Climate change won't cost - environmental economist
10-6
Slicing up the Earth's Atmosphere for Corporate Profit
10-6
N.C. should step out front in efforts on climate change
10-6
Prepare for climate change - environment commissioner
10-5
One third of the planet will be desert by the year 2100, say climate experts in the most dire warning yet of the effects of global warming
10-5
Fills burying valuable streams, judge told   -    Suit Challenges Major Mines' Permits
10-5
Group accused of illegal campaign; Family Foundation tactics cross the line, state Democrats say
10-5
Board split on opinions
10-5
Watchdog Earth: Sierra Club honors Louisvillian
10-5
Laying the Mountains Low
10-5
Report: MSHA hot line often slow to respond
10-5
Layoffs, shut down possible at Shoal Creek coal mine
10-5
Global Warming Study Grim for Northeast   -  Scientists issue global warming report
10-5
Climate change threat 'daunting'
10-5
Pay now to avoid catastrophic climate change costs later, UK tells polluting nations
10-5
Climate change - How viable is a consumer carbon tax?   -  Carbon disclosure project - coming clean
10-5
States urged to combat climate change
10-5
Global warming will threaten millions say climate scientists
10-5
Global warming devastates sea ice in Arctic Circle
10-5
An $8 bill from Entergy? Solar power does the trick
10-5
Without Renewable Power, U.S. Army Could Fail in Iraq
10-4
Experts testify on damage from mining  -   Federal mountaintop mining trial begins - Trial over mountaintop removal mine permits gets under way
10-4
Coals land abuse goes on today
10-4
Report criticizes MSHA complaint rules
10-4
Mine brings jobs, money
10-4
Film touts energy savings
10-4
Clean Coal or Dirty Coal?
10-4
3 RECEIVE ECO AWARDS
10-4
Coal company pleads guilty in fatal wreck
10-4
Back from the Holler
10-4
Renewable Energy in Ireland to Triple by 2010
10-3
Trial set in latest mountaintop removal case  -  Trial over mountaintop removal mine permits set to begin
10-3
Instead of buying votes, were selling candidates
10-3
Massey hires Goldman Sachs to help drive up shareholder value  -  Massey looks to boost shareholder value
10-3
Is Coal Golden?
10-3
Mine safety  -  Company admits overloading truck
10-3
State-of-the-art mine opens
10-3
AEP closer to building clean coal plants  -  AEP Files Environmental Permit Applications for Clean-Coal Power Plants in Ohio, West Virginia
10-3
Just how important is liquifaction?  -  Boucher legislation offers boost for coal to liquid technology  -  Montana announces coal-to-liquids plant
10-3
Global Warming on the Forest Floor  -  A chat with climatologist Bill Patzert on global warming, super El Ninos, and ultra La Ninas  -  Global warming rewrites the record books
10-3
Massey Energy to Sell Coal Reserve
10-2
Virtually Unnoticed Critical Climatic Crisis Unfolding  (Tyree volunteers with OVEC)
10-2
The National Memorial for the Mountains
10-2
School buses filling up with alternative fuels; 15 W.Va. counties have switched to biodiesel
10-2
Great strides in mine safety Rahall: Symposium vitally important
10-2
Business Sector Looks to Court for Help
10-2
Local Governments Get Serious About the Environment (Not Yet in West Virginia...)
10-2
Rural power pioneers sail into the wind: Small communities are getting into the generation game, despite big obstacles  (Not Yet in West Virginia...)
10-2
Let's go further to cut toxic mercury
10-2
Electronic Blockade against Duke Energy's Cliffside Power Plant
10-2
Venturi's Eclectic solar / wind-powered car
10-2
Ethanol fuels boom yields uncertain future
10-2
Solar home keeps bills low
10-2
Land weeps as debate on climate change solution continues
10-1
Environmental tour hits state; Nation-trekking activists rally with mountaintop removal foes at Capitol
10-1
Green by the grace of God; Some evangelicals turn to environmentalism after hearing the call to protect creation
10-1
Pollsters new tactic: profiling; Right-leaning surveys micro-target voters
10-1
Case Studies: West Virginia and Illinois Campaign Cash Mirrors a High Courts Rulings
10-1
Manchin backing incumbent Democrats
10-1
Coal's power surge  -  Coal regains regal status as energy prices rise
10-1
Scrubbing up: Consumers may get higher rates
10-1
Locals need not apply? Logan flooring plant prefers to hire foreigners
10-1
Stop the hate: People of different religions but like minds to gather in Charleston park
10-1
Wind power is good investment for W.Va.
10-1
Churches debate role in reducing warming
10-1
Delta explored as place to stash carbon dioxide
10-1
China Mine Explosion Kills 13: Xinhua
10-1
Hybrids With a Power Cord: Plug-In Vans Put to the Test

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