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3-31
Van Jones: Eco-apartheid--Why is the green movement so lily white?
3-31
'We speak for the mountains': Fight ecological injustice in Appalachia
3-31
MSHA unveils another 89 non-contributing violations at Massey mine   -  MSHAs Aracoma investigation leads to record $1.5M fine for Massey (scroll to 3/30 entry)
3-31
VBS.tv on West Virginia coal
3-31
Dynegy listens to dissent; CEO meets environmental groups on issue of coal plants
3-31
Oil Peak Could Catch United States Unprepared
3-31
Her Side of the Mountain   -   Saving the mountains
3-31
Governor says coal pollutant testing getting Ohio attention
3-31
New Ky. state cabinet needed to cut energy dependence
3-31
As a mine still burns, reasons are sought
3-31
How much is carbon worth?
3-31
Voice of America: Future of Coal in a Carbon Constrained World
3-31
Industry tries new ways to fight global warming
3-31
Warming debate over; let the solutions begin
3-31
Sydney Dims Lights to Protest Emissions
3-31
Previewing a U.N. Climate Report: Species Are Going To Be Lost
3-31
Report warns Australia of severe climate impacts  -   Asia faces floods, drought, disease: UN panel   -  India, China 'more sensitive' to climate change   -  Climate change threatens infrastructure  -  Climate-induced fires tough to adapt to   
3-30
Massey fined $1.5M; Company cited for reckless disregard for safety at Aracoma   -   MSHA says record fine levied to force compliance with safety laws  -  "Avoidable Tragedy"
3-30
Court ruling: Is mountaintop mining at risk?
3-30
Report suggests energy audits in Pike (there is no such thing as "clean" coal!)
3-30
Suicide by coal (scroll down)
3-30
Talk on energy touches on cultural change
3-30
AEP to Test New Technology at New Haven Site
3-30
EPA Tells 20 US States Cut Air Pollution by '08
3-30
Port Authority faces ADEM fine over coal dust runoff
3-30
Proposed legislation examines undersea coal mining
3-30
Coal comeback pushes up UK emissions   -   Anger as UK's carbon dioxide emissions reach 10-year high
3-30
Greener buildings vs. climate change
3-30
Wall Street Journal to Americans Who Are Concerned About Global Warming: You Are Morons
3-30
Who's the moron: James Inhofe
3-30
Non-CO2 gases also cause global warming
3-30
Retreating Himalayan Icefields Threatening Drought in Bangladesh
3-30
California Eyes Joining EU Emissions Trading Scheme
3-30
Heed global warning on sinking Shanghai
3-29
Record $1.5 million fine issued against Massey
3-29
Mines' Futures Uncertain After Ruling
3-29
The good, the bad, the politics as usual  -   Mountaintop Rescue
3-29
Ridge-top wind generates debate
3-29
Local citizens reiterate request for new school
3-29
Legal action sought on funds for state mine cleanup program
3-29
Changes too slow, coal mine widows say  - Mine safety unheeded, its backers threatened, House committee told   -   Coal miner widow: Toughen federal safety laws
3-29
Rahall, other lawmakers seek coal-to-liquid support   -   Coal-to-gas coalition launched  -  Coal to liquids may be a while off    -   Coal to Liquids Coalition may spur job growth
3-29
Lake off-limits after selenium found in fish
3-29
Massey seeks to delay wrongful death lawsuit over Aracoma fire
3-29
UMWA issues unfair labor practice strike authorization to locals at Foundation Coal
3-29
Climate Change: Coastal Mega-Cities in for a Bumpy Ride
3-29
Scientists weigh risks of climate 'techno-fixes'
3-29
A German vision: greening globalisation
3-29
Food, Water Security Threatened by Warming, UN Panel Chief Says
3-29
Climate Change: Study Maps Those At Greatest Risk From Cyclones And Rising Seas
3-29
Understanding and Evaluating Carbon Offset Programs
3-29
Global warming threatens more than just poles and tropics
3-29
Whistleblower Group Details Bush Interference with Climate Change Science
3-29
Will climate change kill the Amazon?
3-29
$200m climate change plan
3-28
Responsible: Mountaintop ruling
3-28
Federal ruling could have broad implications for mountaintop removal permits (scroll down to 3-27 entry)
3-28
Coal industry responds to valley fill ruling
3-28
Stop Mountaintop Removal --Take Action
3-28
Concert for the Mountains Features Authors, Activism, Entertainment
3-28
SHAME ON US FOR DESTROYING OUR MOUNTAINS
3-28
Is it safer yet?
3-28
Rahall Announces Formation of National Coal-to-Liquids Coalition
3-28
Watershed programs coming to Lincoln County
3-28
Lake near power plant closed to anglers
3-28
MSHA: Sago Report Out Soon
3-28
Uranium Ignites Gold Rush in the West
3-28
Report Charges Broad White House Efforts to Stifle Climate Research
3-28
Coal Interests Fight Polar Bear Action
3-28
Study: More CO2 Will Shift Climate Zones   -   Global Warming Study Warns of Vanishing Climates  - Global climates face threat of fearsome changes
3-28
In the U.S. desert, high-altitude oases are vanishing
3-28
Global Warming Response - Markets or Taxes?
3-28
Reality Check: 83% of Americans Now Say Global Warming is a Serious Problem
3-28
Earths Climate Needs the Help of Incentives
3-28
China likely to overtake U.S. as biggest carbon emitter this year
3-28
Climate change: Populations at greatest risk
3-27
Both sides looking at mine permit ruling  -  Unseamly Behavior (scroll down)
3-27
Environmentalists hope ruling ends mountaintop removal mining  -  Mountaintop Removal Mining Permits Illegal  -   Mother Jones: Moving Mountains Just Got Harder - MSNBC: Judge blocks mountaintop mine permits
3-27
Coal is the enemy of the human race
3-27
Rank-and-File Rebellions in the Coalfields, 1964-80
3-27
Its coal vs. oil as lobbying heats up Hill
3-27
Montana asks Ottawa to review B.C. mine
3-27
Hitting Back
3-27
US corporation may limit coal power plants
3-27
Sports: Adapt to warming
3-27
Environmental Advocates Fear for the South, the Environmental 'Canary in the Coal Mine'
3-27
Climate Change and Public Health
3-27
Climate change will increase extinction risk, especially in the tropics
3-27
Turns Out He Does Know Jack
3-27
'Flagrant violations' at Schuylkill coal mine
3-27
Russia halts work at 12 mines over safety
3-27
Taiwan Finds Huge Methane Hydrate Gas Reserves
3-27
Norwegian Bishops Urge Global Warming Action
3-27
School of Energy Resources Symposium Will Explore Carbon Sequestration
3-27
El Nio Has Bigger Bite With Climate Change
3-26

Some question if increased fines will improve mine safety

3-26
Energy business must change
3-26
Good News: Federal Court Decides Mountaintop Removal Permits Illegal
3-26
Criminal Indifference, Big Coal Versus Children
3-26
FPL going off course with coal
 
3-26
Weekend party marks victory over 'coal rush'
3-26
Clean coal is all hot air
3-26
Fighting for air: frontline of war on global warming
3-26
Global Warming and Civil Rights: Eyes on the Prize
3-26
Report queries nuclear role in beating global warming
3-26
Warmer World Puts Squeeze on US Maple Syrup
3-26
Blair calls on US, China, India to cut greenhouse emissions
3-26
Global warming makes ice a hot topic at U.S. lab
3-26
Flowering patterns hit by global warming
3-26
Climate action must carry social cost
3-26
City report urges 30-per-cent cut in greenhouse gases by 2020
3-26
Tough Task as Britain Bids for Steep Carbon Cut
3-25
Going on a ramp-age
3-25
Capitol Climate Round-up
3-25
Coal-mine safety is focus in House  -  Stalled on safety
3-25
Global Warming Creating Colder Winter Weather? 'Tis True
3-25
Vermont Maple Syrup Hard Hit by Climate Change
3-25
Will state global warming laws have much impact?
3-25
Why the right goes nuclear over global warming
3-25
Kyoto, Gore and the Atomic Lobby
3-25
Climate studies show polar warming trend
3-25
China mine flood kills 15
3-25
Clean coal is tricky (indeed, since there is no such things as "clean" coal)
3-25
Climate doomsday approaching: report
3-25
Save forests to fight global warming: Stern
3-25
Riches Await as Earth's Icy North Melts
3-25
Bill McKibben says we're stuffed
3-25
City to reveal tough climate change proposals
3-25
Climate change to reshape B.C.
3-25
Climate change, a threat to developing economies
3-25
El Nio Has Bigger Bite with Climate Change
 
3-24
4 mining permits blocked; U.S. judge cites alarming cumulative stream loss in decision   -     Judge blocks mountaintop removal permits  -   Judge says corps' permits for valley fills violate law Earthjustice Statement on Mountaintop Removal Mining Court Decision   -  Federal Judge Rules Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining Illegal
3-24
 
Raleigh school board asks governor for money to build new Marsh Fork school  -  PDF transcript of WV Public radio report  - PDF of Raleigh Board of Education letter to Gov. Manchin   -  PDF of reply
3-24
Coal-to-liquid fuels carry too steep a price  -  Take Action: No liquid coal!
3-24
OVEC WINS E-APPALACHIA AWARD  
 
3-24
REMIND US WHY COAL IS GOOD FOR KENTUCKY
3-24
Griles spent much of his career enabling MTR   -   Griles pleads guilty Friday  -  Another top official to admit guilt in Abramoff corruption probe  -  Remember Griles? See the eighth paragraph here  -  J. Steven Griles highest-ranking Bush official convicted in Jack Abramoff scandal
3-24
Fletcher signs legislation to make coal mines safer
3-24
Loose barges block traffic at Racine Dam
3-24
Carbon dioxide sequestration test site in Ohio?
3-24
Logan City Council Elects to Invest in Renewable Energy Over Coal
3-24
Clean coal would cost billions
3-24
'Lost Mountain' Author Addresses Annual Library Associates Meeting
3-24
Antarctic Melting May Be Speeding Up - Scientists
3-24
Global warming may cause biodiversity extinction
3-24
Amazon 'faces more deadly droughts'
3-24
Southern Ocean Current Faces Slowdown Threat
3-24
Global warming may be bad for asthma sufferers
3-24
Why the sloppy love for nuclear?
3-23
Global Warming Activists Try to Stir Americans to Change
3-23
Ongoing Summer Internships & Opportunities
3-23
Mine safety fines to double under new regulation   -   Industry Not Happy With New MSHA Rule
3-23
Synfuel tax benefit to end in December
3-23
Toxic discharges rise in W.Va., nationwide  -  State data files
3-23
Coal leasing near East Lynn Lake
3-23
Effort to cut emissions premature, AEP CEO tells Congress
3-23
AEP CEO MORRIS EARNED $12.6 MILLION 
 
3-23
Mine operator admits workers' comp fraud
3-23
Clinch River plant in Carbo one of states top air polluters
3-23
Substantial Amount Of Mercury Entering The Ocean Through Groundwater
3-23
Separate But Toxic
3-23
Coal plant opposition grows
3-23
Duke coal plant may cost $2 billion
3-23
Maryland Asks To Join Suit On Emissions
3-23
Theyre Looking for a Few Good Coal Miners
3-23
U.S. Mining Co. Denies Link to Killings
3-23
Siberian coal mine town buries dead from gas explosion
3-23
Dirty Air Becomes Divisive Issue in Hong Kong Vote
3-23
US Developing System to Track Global Warming Gas
3-23
California Climate Action Registry a Big Draw
3-23
Not the Swimsuit Edition
3-23
Greenhouse-friendly Airbus to halve its fuel use by 2020
3-23
Global Warming and New Technology Heat Up Race for Riches in Melting Arctic
3-23
Pill stops cow burps and helps save the planet
3-22
Gore Urges Immediate U.S. Freeze on Warming Emissions  -   Gore Warns Congress of Planetary Emergency   -  Gore Challenges Congress on Climate   -  Al Gore makes global warming plea
3-22
Sago Mine shut down   -   ICG idles Sago Mine due to high costs, low coal prices
3-22
MSHA finalizes new rules in mining procedures   -   Make big fines stick for failure to report
3-22
Sediment control is one of the West Virginia Highlands Conservancy's biggest concerns related to logging  -  Tough Times for Timber  -  State Taxes Cause for Concern in Timber Industry 
3-22
Flood Cases May Be Headed to Supreme Court
3-22
Global boom in coal power and emissions
3-22
Burning the Furniture
3-22
Step it Up: No New Coal   -     Power Shift
3-22
PUC asked to probe "clean-coal" plant
3-22
Rt. 51 crash injures 3 drivers, covers the roadway with coal
3-22
Groundwater fills bay with mercury
3-22
MINING'S LEGACY A SCAR ON KANSAS
3-22
Hazleton dredge hearing slated for April 2
3-22
If public must pay for, and live with coal plant, it has a right to the facts
3-22
Meteorologists Say Sure Humans Cause Climate Change
3-22
Bush staff distorted climate science  -   Congress Gathers More Evidence That White House Tampered with Climate Data
3-22
Candidates warm to climate change
3-22
Britain 'leading the way on climate change'
3-22
UK Plans Contest to Build Big Carbon Capture Plant
3-22
Effort Afoot to Start US Climate Registry
3-22
Low-carbon diet
3-22
The next big thing in environmental law: Climate change
3-21
Company was warned about explosives  -  Mine, contractors cited for explosives accident
3-21
Campaign cash: Public financing works in other states
3-21
Activists Feel Warming on Climate Change
3-21
Bill McKibben: Global warming knocking at your door
3-21
OPEN LETTER FROM DAVE COOPER: Protesters Arrested at Capitol Rally
3-21
Blackwater Cleanup Continues
3-21
Rule deadline worries mine board
3-21
Russia mourns dead after trio of disasters   -  Russia: Death tally tops 100 in coal mine  -  21 trapped in northern China coal mine 
3-21
Blankenship publishes group's admission on ads
3-21
New coal plant deal includes wind farms  -  The Heartland Takes a Big Leap
3-21
Coal kills
3-21
Alaska Natives push Congress on global warming
3-21
Utility Chiefs Wary of Emission Limits
3-21
Official defends editing climate papers
3-21
Scientist accuses White House of 'Nazi' tactics  -     House Panel Investigates Bush's Climate Science Manipulations   -   US fudging of climate science - details revealed
3-21
Star in New Role, Gore Revisits Old Stage   -  Mountain of coal stands in way of Gore's crusade
3-21
Big oil, big row
3-21
Eco group warns of freshwater crisis
3-21
Tinkering with Earth's climate to stop global warming raises new risks
3-21
Bush team takes heat over global warming science
3-21
Australian Utilities Gear up for CO2 Trading
3-21
Cleaner Fuel for Ships May Raise CO2 Emissions
3-21
Spread of Desert "May Cause Mediterranean Exodus"
3-21
Flowers, Animals Signal Spring Arrived Long Ago
3-20
Siberian mine blast kills 106; 4 missing
3-20
Beckley Register Herald editorial: No matter how you cut it Marsh Fork deserves a new school
3-20
Photographer claims Capitol, State Police used 'abusive force' at protest
3-20
Coal Spill in Raleigh County Stream
3-20
Citations issued in fatal mine accident; Roof violations behind 2 deaths, state officials say  -  McDowell coal mine hit with citations
3-20
Dozens of cars in coal train derail spreading coal and debris over a wide area
3-20
Nature writing: the anti-bulldozer?
3-20
Electric Utility, Sierra Club End Dispute
3-20
Arctic Sea Ice Melt May Set Off Climate Change Cascade
3-20
Testimony by James Hansen: Political Interference with Government Climate Change Science  -  Nasa scientist accuses White House of global warming cover-up  -  Top NASA Scientist: Bush is Politicizing and Screening Global Warming Science
3-20
When Climate Message Is Strong, Attack the Messenger!
3-20
Natural Disasters Will Increase - UN Meteorologists
3-20
Rising Sea Levels Threaten Indian Islands
3-20
$4 Trillion Backs Latest Call for Action on Climate Change
 
3-20
Birds and fish respond to climate change
3-20
Adapt or die, warns climate change researcher
3-20
EU to Use Taxation to Protect the Environment
3-20
Many Major Rivers in Danger of Drying Out
3-20
Investors Urge US Congress for Rules Slashing CO2
3-20
Coal Mine Accidents Underreported to Protect Livelihoods
 
3-20
Thailand's Coal-Power Drive Sparks Health, Environment Outcry
3-19
21 Coal Miners Die, 100 Missing in Siberia Explosion
3-19
EKU Celebrates Earth Days in the Cumberlands
3-19
Stream war pits industry against DEP
3-19
U.S. court to overturn controversial mine permit
3-19
Action on warming could curb nightmare impacts
3-19
Consensus document may understate the climate change problem
3-19
Scientists question climate tinkering
3-19
Ex - CIA Chief Says U.S. Must Act on Climate
3-19
Coal Boss Warns of High Costs
3-19
Taming Fossil Fuels
3-19
World's most important crops hit by global warming effects
3-19
Property owners concerned about rights
3-19
Coal industry's global warming win in doubt
3-19
'Dirty' coal holds ground
3-19
Coal, power plants face uncertain hurdles  -    Future of 'Clean Coal' Power Tied to (Uncertain) Success of Carbon Capture and Storage  -  Can dirty old king coal manage to clean up its act
3-19
US and other G8 members split on climate change measures
3-19
NASA Studies How Airborne Particles Affect Climate Change
3-19
U.S. looks at climate change impact on animals
3-19
Global warming boosts Arctic shipping, oil - report
3-19
Investors to press Congress on warming
3-18
Congressman demands action on mine refuge chambers
3-18
Capturing Carbon
3-18
US 'blocks environment progress'  -  Global warming is a 'weapon of mass destruction'
3-18
Collapse of Arctic Sea Ice 'Has Reached Tipping-Point'
3-18
Climate shift
3-18
Global warming refugees left to drown?
3-17
YouTube video posting of protest
3-17
Coal silo protest -  Protesters arrested at Capitol  -  Photos Protestors Arrested  - Activists occupying WV governor offices   -  Coal toxins threaten kids' health, protesters say
3-17
Huntington resident among protesters
3-17
Marsh Fork Elementary protest leads to arrests at Capitol   -   Its Getting Hot In Here: 11 protestors arrested  
3-17
Blast blamed on roof friction  -    Miners union releases investigation report on Sago Mine Disaster   -  UMW safety director explains Sago report findings (scroll down to 3-16 entries)
3-17

Raleigh judge sets aside flood verdict

3-17
3-17
Development must not cost us our environment
3-17
Coal-waste study could change rules
3-17
Proposed coal plant reflects global warming quandary  -  Rehberg touts coal-to-liquids
 
3-17
Bird's eye spew  -  Lost Mountains: Google Earth Adds New Layer of Destruction To Imagery
3-17
Public opinion turning on coal plant   -  MEA decision to go with coal a bad one
3-17
A halt to building coal plants? It's not such a radical thought
3-17
Strickland Wants Billion for Energy
3-17
Britain aims to lead on adapting to climate change
3-17
Automakers Fight Calls to Boost US Fuel Efficiency
3-17
Could Crazy Technology Save the Planet?
3-17
World May Get Greener, Then Wilt, Due Warming
3-17
Anger over coal dust cloud
3-17
Baucus asks State Department to intervene in B.C. mine
 
3-16
Protestors Arrested at Marsh Fork School  -  Governor Says Marsh Fork Future A Local Decision
3-16
DEP files appeal in Massey silo ruling  -  Agency appeals ruling allowing coal silo to be built near school   - 
3-14
Some in W.Va. do find coal filthy  -  Coal is filthy and very insulting
3-16
Blast blamed on roof friction: UMW dismisses other reports that blamed lightning  -  UMW blames roof friction for Sago mine explosion  -  UMW cites roof hazard in Sago blast  -   Reactions to UMW report on Sago tragedy
3-16
Will King Coal Be Deposed?
3-16
AEP to capture carbon at two plants  -  AEP Sets Largest Carbon-Capture Test at Coal Plant
3-16
New Hampshire Towns Press Washington on Warming
3-15
March 16--Take Action--2nd Coal Silo Approved
3-15
Renewing a Call to Act Against Climate Change
3-15
New Hampshire Towns Press Washington on Warming
3-15
Cheap Coal in US Threatens Global Climate
3-15
Study: Coal Industry Faces Bleak Future   -   MIT Coal Study: U.S. Must Take Lead in Carbon Emission Storage  -  The Precarious Future of Coal
3-15
In a Test of Capturing Carbon Dioxide, Perhaps a Way to Temper Global Warming
3-15
Former Sago foreman placed on probation
3-15
ICG orders shelters for mines
3-15
Coal-to-liquid: A giant (insane) step Summit will promote coal-based military fuel
3-15
Environmentalists pleased with legislative session (scroll to 3-24 entry)
3-15
Fish and Wildlife withholding documents: What can be so secret about a squirrel?
3-15
Special session possible
3-15
Gasification plant made unwelcome in the area
3-15
Two Coal Mine Accidents in China Kill 10
3-15
Arctic impact on global warming lures scientists
3-15
Bush v. the Polar Bears
3-15
Ont. boreal forest critical in global warming fight: report
3-15
Global Warming Affecting Investors' Decisions
3-14
Split board grants Massey silo permit   -    Board overturns DEP rejection of silo near school  -   Massey Cleared to Build Silo at Goals Coal
3-14
Surface coal miner killed in Kentucky   -   Pikeville miner dies in accident
3-14
Safer coal mines; Credit disaster victims' loved ones for bill's rescue
3-14
Concert for Mountain Justice, A Celebration of Culture and Resistance
3-14
Mountaintop removal is on Google Earth
3-14
Deal with the devil: Jobs not worth damage from coal mine, trucking
3-14
Clean-coal plant likely to exceed $1.5B budget (there is no such thing as "clean coal")   -    There is no such thing as Clean Coal
3-14
Whose Oil Is It, Anyway?  
3-14
Climate change has parched Aussie farmers looking north
3-14
Warming May Cause Food, Water Shortages
3-14
Regional Impacts of Climate Change
3-14
Canada Emissions Trade Seen Worth C$12 Bln
3-14
New law in the climate jungle
3-14
Poor Need More Help to Adapt to Warming - Wolfowitz
3-14
EU summit adopts 'bold' energy-climate strategy
 
3-14
Climate change bill is revolutionary, says Blair
3-14
Drought Threatens Crops in Much of Southern Europe
3-14
Evangelical Body Affirms Concern for Global Warming
3-13
Take E-Action: Keep Millions of Tons of Mountaintop Mining Waste Out of Our Waterways
3-13
Updated Google Earth shows mountaintop removal sites  -  A bird's eye view of mountaintop destruction with Google Earth
3-13
More coal trucks rumbling through Charleston
3-13
More insanity: Coal-to-liquids conference planned in Beckley
3-13
Gas session dropped after methane tax break survives    -  Death of Manchin's coalbed methane bill comes at a price  - West Virginia is open to many businesses
3-13
Session good to environment, House leader, advocate say  - Session: A few achievements
3-13
Mine-safety bill doubles inspections, adds medics  -   Following deadly year, mine safety bill OK'd in Kentucky
3-13
Blue ribbon panel to offer insights into mine safety at symposium
3-13
Mine accident reported
3-13
Dig This Campaign
3-13
Clean energy push could doom plants
3-13
Green outcry over clean coal station
3-13
Australia--Money should go to alternative energy: Greens
3-13
Roots of Darfur: Climate change
3-13
Peru's alarming water truth
3-13
Only a carbon tax can stop global warming
3-13
3-13
British Govt unveils Bill to cut CO2 emissions
3-13
Smithsonian scientists report new carbon dioxide study
3-13
U.S. Wakes Up to Global Warming Impact on Polar Bears
3-13
Environmentalists urge G-8 to act on climate change 
3-13
Scientist Says Sea Level Rise Could Accelerate
3-13
Fliers Ready to Pay More Tax for Less Carbon
3-13
New credit card fights carbon
3-12
Downstream legislators
3-12
Coal monsters ruin city efforts
3-12
Toxic West Virginia
3-12
The Great Flood
3-12
Stripped Mountain
3-12
Sierra Club presents first annual Energy Film Festival
3-12
Climate report: Mass starvation, drought possible
3-12
It's expensive to ignore global warming
3-12
One Woman, Fighting to Save Her People From Extinction
 
3-12
Boxed In by a Polar Bear
3-12
Polar bears,the poster animals of climate change
3-12
Christians Called on to Save Earth From Global Warming  -  Caring for Creation: The Greatest Moral Crisis of Our Age
3-12
Climate change increases risk of megafires, experts warn
3-12
"CLIMATE CHANGE IS BIGGEST THREAT TO OUR FUTURE ECONOMY"
3-12
U.S. Needs National Energy, Climate Policy: GE CEO
3-12
Al Gore's Carbon Solution Won't Stop Climate Change
3-12
Pelosi Reveals Who's Who On Global Warming Panel
3-11
Open government: For the public good
3-11
Google Earth adds NZ roads, "global awareness" layers     -  Major Layer Update for Google Earth
3-11
Coal mining practices and dangers are shown on the big and small screens
3-11
 
Steps taken to improve mine safety, but work remains to be done  -  Underground shelters
3-11
Morgan Messenger: Mining activists speak on mountaintop removal
3-11
Which side will they be on?
3-11
Canadian Government Plays Russian Roulette With U.S. River (scroll through pictures to see photos of the 2000 Martin County Coal disaster...could it happen out West, too?)  -  U.S. Opposes Canadian Coal Mine
3-11
Who needs another big power line? Not Hampshire County
3-11
Workin In A Coal Mine
3-11
Groups: Save us from cancer   -  FLY ASH FACTS
3-11
Cutting emissions: the new power ploy
3-11
Twenty Die in Flooded Chinese Mine
3-11
Towns are taking a stand on issue of global warming
3-11
New Climate Report Contains More Bad News     -     Global Warming Report to Warn of Drought
3-10
'Deep Economy' by Bill McKibben: Why a growth-oriented economy is no longer good for our planet
3-10
Students, community unite to fight mountaintop removal
3-10
Corps Pumps Up Provisions for Environmental Destruction
3-10
Energy-weaning workshops planned
3-10
Mine shelters OKd
3-10
Sixty Minutes: Miner's Widow Slams Safety Practices
3-10
Backers, foes continue to discuss provisions of Ky. mine-safety bill
3-10

Let's Call the Coal Thing Off  -- Is King Coal about to be deposed?

3-10
Congress Collides with Utilities: Midwest Has 'Coal Rush,' Seeing No Alternative
3-10
Texas Fold 'Em?
3-10
Groups hit impasse over stream list
3-10
Residents say no to coal mine
3-10
Coal toll: Costs are on the rise
3-10
Canadian sues DTE Energy over mercury output
 
3-10
NZ power company abandons coal plant
3-10
Europe Sets Ambitious Limits on Greenhouse Gases   -  EU takes lead on climate
3-10
The Real Riddle of Changing Weather: How Safe Is My Home?
3-10
Warming climate is taking its toll on subterranean ice
3-10
World Bank report shows size of carbon market
3-10
Climate change pushes diseases north: expert
3-10
Protocol Is Cited in Limiting Scientists Talks on Climate
3-10
Voluntary Carbon Offsets: Boon or Boondoggle?
3-10
 
Carbon dioxide levels threaten oceans regardless of global warming
3-10
Magazines go green with global warming issues
3-10
Memo seals lips on global warming
3-10
Coal debate creates a hot climate
3-10
Ill wind puts climate change on top of agenda
3-9
Drinking water at long last  -  Background: Massey Energy Court-Ordered to Provide Water in Mingo Co.  -  Background: Lawsuits Muddy Water Project
3-9
Senate, House Agree to Study Coal Slurry and groundwater Contamination; Sludge Safety Project Wants Independent Verification of Study
3-9
Activists say EPA ignoring threat from coal ash; Waste is leaching into groundwater, posing health risks
3-9
Protection our rivers
3-9
State expects to approve first coal mine shelters
3-9

Mountaintop removal disgusting

3-9
Buffalo Creek could be repeated
3-9

Scroll down for several letters to the editor: Coal destroys us -  Coal damage  -  Listen to the outcry

3-9
Final Films for Thought
3-9
Sens. Bunning and Obama push CTL   -   Romney embraces coal, traditional marriage in W.Va. stop
3-9
When things unravel
3-9
Coal giant to generate a tenth of its electricity from crops
3-9
Coal-fired plant lacks environmental study, Ark. regulators say
3-9
Scientists link odd weather to coal plants
3-9
Man blames power plants for mercury emissions into river
3-9
A Grimy Giant Greened
3-9
US OKs Early Site Permit for Nuclear Power Plant
3-9
Rolling Back the Regs
3-9
Memos Tell Officials How to Discuss Climate
3-9
Polar Bear Population Shrinks: Symptom of Global Warming?
3-9
New House panel to study global warming
3-9
Climate is Big Issue for US Hunters, Anglers
3-9
Swiss Re Says Global Warming to Cause Heavy Claims
3-9
U.S. insurers seen as lagging on global warming
3-9
One Woman, Fighting to Save Her People From Extinction
3-9
Global Warming: Who Losesand Who Wins?
3-9
Automakers ask judge to boot out global warming lawsuit
3-9
Britain Pushing for Security Council Climate Debate
3-9
Greenhouse Gas Threat From Tropical Peatland Under Investigation
3-9
Sports world goes green to combat climate change
3-9
Scientist's climate-change book is more compelling than ever
3-8
Ansted mayor worried about proposed coal haul route
3-8
Group says state's pollution fees too low
3-8
Drilling notice passes House with a roar
3-8
McDowell landfill legislation dies in House    -    Landfill Plan Trashed
3-8
Ohio: Coal mining below forest to go on
3-8
Coal-burning waste presents 'extraordinary' cancer threat, watchdogs warn
3-8
Third Documentary 'The Appalachians' March 9th
3-8
Mountaintop Removal
3-8
With Coal Plans Cut Back, Texas Faces Energy Gap
3-8
Case Against TVA's Coal-Plant Emissions Heats Up
3-8
Fish are up to their gills in mercury
3-8
Peabody, Rentech agree on coal supply terms
3-8
Chinese Coal Mine Explosion Kills 15
3-8
BPU document shows projects may have violated pollution laws
3-8
Delight as coal plan dumped
3-8
Born to die: Climate change disrupting life cycles with fatal results
3-8
A cost of climate change that can't be counted in dollars - survival
3-8
DiCaprio Heats up Global Warming with New Film Documentary
3-8
Climate change bad for health
3-8
Baltic Sea Region to Warm Sharply in 21st Century
3-8
Key Issues at the EU Summit on Climate and Energy
3-8
EU urged to lead world on climate change
3-8
Chancellor lays out roadmap on climate change
3-7

Erasing mountains in a hunt for coal

3-7
Chesapeake Energy partially funds Texas anti-coal ad campaign (scroll down to 3/06 entry)  -  Coal is Filthy campaign (pdf)
3-7
Ky. mine safety bill clears House, heads to Senate   -  House passes mine safety bill 100-0  -  Safety in the Senate
3-7
Miners widows: Help may be coming; Rahall wants to undo callous red tape
3-7
Coal-to-liquid insanity: Sasol eyes US coal in global drive  -  Click here to go to Sierra Clubs action centersend an e-letter to your Senators on coal-to-liquid insanity!
3-7
The Lincoln Standard Company acquires three new publications  -  Native-son millionaire shaking up county
3-7
Court reporter happy with Massey verdict, attorney says
3-7
Granny D: Aging Activist Still on Quest for Social Justice
3-7
Judi Bari, Ten Years Gone
3-7
A Coal Executive With a Cleanup Mission
3-7
London, Coal, and the Homes of the Front Range
3-7
Monday linkfest
3-7
DOE Staffers Taking Industry Jobs  -   Remember Jeffrey Jarrett?
3-7
New Funding to Help Close Ontario Coal Plants
3-7
Energy Department makes legislative push for Yucca nuclear dump
3-7
Solar Energy Conversion Offers A Solution To Help Mitigate Global Warming
3-7
Carbon revolution in the village
3-7
How Do Costs Compare between Renewable and Traditional Energy Sources?
3-7
Government, Greens welcome scrapping of New Zealand  coal-fired power station
3-7
Deadly truth about climate change
3-7
Arctic Spiders May Hold Clues to Global Warming
3-7
EU Faces Test in Fight to Curb Climate Change
3-7
Bank Of America Starts US$20 Bln Environmental Plan
3-7
Insurer sounds warning bell on climate change
3-7
Union Organizing Can Be Deadly in Colombia
 
3-6
Airtight mine shelters may pass regulations
3-6
Lack of safety check cited in mine roof fall death
3-6
WVU newspaper Daily Athenaeum: Overly greedy King Coal must be controlled
3-6
Coal-to-liquid fuels: Not 'clean coal', not economically viable, and just not cool
3-6
Streams agreement sought   -  Stream preservation important on more than one level
3-6
Ky House revives mine safety bill
3-6
Dethroning King Coal
3-6
Resisting Desert Rock
3-6
Coal-fired plant's foes decry cost increase
3-6
Coal-fired ethanol plants questioned  -  Ethanol may not ease global warming: U.N.
3-6
Low-carbon economy nearing
3-6
China About to Pass US as World's Top Generator of Greenhouse Gases
3-6
U.N. Chief: Climate Change an 'Inescapable Reality'
3-6
How to change the world in 10 easy steps
3-6
UK Plans to Cut CO2 Doomed to Fail - Scientists
3-6
Let's face up to the challenge
3-5
Martinsburg Journal: Activist wants end to harmful mining
3-5
'They keep dumping, and dumping '
3-5
Mining agency returns to full name
3-5
Coal could help country be energy independent'   -  The Return Of Nazi Oil  -  Coal-to-liquid doesn't make sense for economy, environment
3-5
More Layoffs Coming At Consolidation Coal
3-5
Opposition by green groups seen slowing efforts to build more plants across U.S.
3-5
Environmental costs prove hard to assess
3-5
Virginia: Computer chips move past cigarettes and coal as top state export
3-5
Documentary Film Series to Focus on Bristol Region's Musical Heritage
3-5
DM&E Railroad Looks to Wall Street
3-5
Coal plant cleanliness at issue
 
3-5
Clean-coal realities: Xcel's big plans contain tradeoffs, uncertainties (Clean-coal realities: There is no such thing as "clean" coal)
3-5
Beware of Corporate Do-Gooding
3-5
US Companies Feel Heat of Global Warming Awareness
3-5
Allies Struggle To Define Energy Security
3-5
EU Summit Set to Agree Carbon Capture Projects
3-5
Bolivia Blames Rich World Pollution for Floods
3-5
Official report says US CO2 to rise by 20%
3-5
Climate change 'will hit coastlines soon'
3-4
Mines might get more time on selenium
3-4
Group pushing for streams protections
3-4
Coal truck plan worries Ansted residents
3-4
Fairmont a clearinghouse for researching global warming
3-4
Making news in Lincoln: Native-son millionaire shaking up county
3-4
Burning gob wont help W.Va.s future (scroll down; letters to the editor are great tools--use them?)
3-4
When Being Green Puts You in the Black   -  The greening of America  -  My Dot-Green Future Is Finally Arriving
3-4
Goldman Sachs got environmentalists to embrace a utility they loved to hateand sealed a $45 billion deal
3-4
Coal Going Green, For More Green
3-4
System encourages coal-fired power plants
3-4
Global warming may bring hard times (if we insist on propping up mega-polluting industries of the past, sure...but if we heed the need for embracing the renewable energy revolution, we can create jobs, jobs, jobs--jobs that don't sacrifice our future)
3-4
U.S. global-warming gas output to keep on rising     -    U.S. Predicting Steady Increase for Emissions   -  Climate Change Impact More Extensive Than Thought
3-4
Study Says Feds Miss Energy Deadlines
3-4
In the rush to promote nuclear power as a clean alternative, the pitfalls of uranium mining are being ignored   -  The green minefield
3-4
Penn State Fayette conference focuses on black miners
3-4
Miners and Democrats
3-4
EPA Likely To Increase Mercury Emissions In West
3-4
Big Profits, Big Worries in Oil Fields
3-4
Policymakers have settled on 'emissions trading' as their favorite global-warming fix. But it isn't working.
3-4
Nickels warns U.S. Senate to not rein in cities fighting global warming
3-4
Global warming is human rights issue-Nobel nominee
3-4
The Family Vacation (Climate-Change Lessons Included)
3-4
Telling images of global climate change
3-4
The countdown to climate change
3-4
Report author details `intolerable impacts' of global warming
3-4
Losing Bangladesh, by Degrees
3-4
Hansen Offers Options for Addressing Global Warming
3-3
Spend your spring break fighting mountaintop removal
3-3
U.S. Predicting Steady Increase for Emissions
3-3
Massey foremen targets of probe  -   Massey official on board hearing Aracoma fire cases
3-3
Leave No Child Inside
3-3
COAL COMPANY APOLOGISTS CAN'T FOOL MINERS; Will of the people; Coal propaganda
3-3
House committee revises forest bill
3-3
Coal plant cleanups could exceed $1.1 billion
3-3
The New, Green Face of Wall Street   -  Will Congress Learn from the TXU Deal?
3-3
Another early skirmish in the coming coal war
3-3
Clean-coal entrepreneur has less-than-clean history (and "clean" coal has no history because there is no such thing)
3-3
State, Local Officials Call for Federal Climate Action
3-3
Warm Winters Upset Rhythms of Maple Sugar
3-3
Group: Global Warming Effects Hunting
3-3
Climate Change Impact More Extensive than Thought
3-2
Audubon photo essay: Scarface   -   Editor's Note
3-2
MSHA fine rule still under review  -  Mine safety improvements must come faster
3-2
Massey lawsuit against court reporter dismissed  -  Judge dismisses Massey suit against court reporter
3-2
Coal mine widows to protest stalled Ky. safety bill   -   Unmet promise on safety
3-2
Coal in cars: great fuel or climate foe? A key problem is that liquid from coal emits twice as much carbon as gasoline
3-2
The Return Of Nazi Oil  -  Coal-to-liquid doesn't make sense for economy, environment
3-2
Coal plants get burned; Go green, get rich
3-2
'This line will be built'
3-2
Protect streams
3-2
AEP files for 12% hike
3-2
Where The Coal Is Stained With Blood
3-2
False Choices in the Debate on Voting Technology
3-2
Human rights and climate change: Arctic Inuit argue U.S. pollution devastates centuries-old hunting traditions
3-2
500-Year Siege
 
3-2
Validity of power plant's permit challenged
3-2
Calif. Bill Would Allow New Nuclear Power Plants
3-2
Climate Change as Dangerous as War - UN Chief Ban
3-2
Polar Year Starts With Worries of Rising Seas
3-2
Shanghai has Warmest Winter on Record
3-2
France has Warmest Autumn, Winter for Centuries
3-2
Merkel Urges Bold EU Climate Moves
3-2
We need to put a clear and realistic price on carbon across the economy
3-2
Can you be traveling green by buying offsets?
3-2
Scientist calls for end of new coal plants
3-2
One Bite at a Time: A Beginner's Guide to Vegetarianism
3-1
 Mankinds defining moment
3-1
Mines no safer since Sago, committee in Congress told   -  Union chief: Mine safety still lacking  - 
3-1
Rolling Back the Regs
3-1
Global-warming author shares vision
3-1
Massey CEO enters Senate abortion debate  -  Senate approves abortion rules
3-1
Professor: Early coal photos didnt always tell full story
3-1
Homegrown Coal Technology
3-1
Far-reaching fallout in the gas industry
3-1
Green energy could leave coal in the dust
3-1
Experts tout coal gasification (From mining to cleaning to transporting to burning to disposal of the ash, coal is dirty, dirty, dirty.)  -    Xcel's plans for clean-coal plant may grow
3-1
Ontario Quits Coal   -  Zero Tolerance for Carbon-Dioxide Emissions
3-1
Clean Coal, Forest Biofuel and Other Fairy Tales
3-1
Students Learn About Coal Mining
3-1
Coal seems out, but wind's not in
3-1
N.C. Nixes One of Two Duke Coal Plants
3-1
Power Plant Emissions May Be Harmful, Agency Says
3-1
US officials square off on power market competition
3-1
Ahead of the Bell: Coal miners
3-1
Getting rid of coal-fired plants would be smart
3-1
Dominican Republic settles suit with AES
3-1
Nuclear energy just a sideshow: UK climate change expert
3-1
 
South Carolina mayors taking a stand on global climate change
3-1
Campaign delivers practical tips on cutting emissions
3-1
Climate report to UN calls for action  -   Science Panel Outlines Roadmap for Reducing Risks from Climate Change - Scientists Offer Plan to U.N. for Civilization to Rise to Climate Challenge
3-1
Climate Expert Urges China, US to Talk on Warming
3-1
Climate change to blame for wild weather: scientists
 
3-1
Developing Nations Hit Back on Climate Change

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