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3-31
Citizen Enforcement training planned; Advice to help residents hold mining operations accountable
3-31
Curb on EPA mining oversight in spending deal?
3-31
Industry complains President Obama overlooks coal (that Industry gets billions in taxpayer-funded subsidies yearly and that industry overlooks the destruction it wreaks on humanity)
3-31
Barbara Fleischauer and Mike Manypenny: Think before drilling
3-31
MSHA never hit Upper Big Branch with major fines - West Virginia tragedy sparked MSHA crackdown on safety violations
3-31
Fines against Massey mine in Ky. upheld
3-31
Senate set to vote on blocking EPA climate action
3-31
Appalachian Power 4.6 percent rate hike approved - Perdue asks PSC to freeze utility rates
3-31
Northern WV residents healthier than southern
3-31
The Keeper of the Mountains
3-31
W.Va. company wins $10M federal energy contract
3-31
Greenpeace Continues to Target Facebook in its New "Unfriend Coal" Ad - Greenpeace: An Eye on the Carbon Footprint of the Cloud
3-31
Film fest celebrates '20 years of independents'
3-31
Inspector General Gives EPA 90 Days to Assess Dangers of Coal Ash Products
3-31
Can Japan's disaster help prepare the world for climate change?
3-31
Climate change could have dangerous spider crawling northward
3-31
NASA says Amazonian drought could accelerate global climate change
3-31
Anti-Pollution Message Is Lost On Glenn Beck
3-30
State orders changes to coal-to-gas plant permit
3-30
Rep. Rahall continues to try to block EPA effort to reduce mountaintop removal mining pollution - Rahall asks White House to change mining water quality rules - Rahall wants EPA guildines looked at
3-30
EPA, Clean Act are under attack
3-30
MSHA sets briefing on Upper Big Branch Mine Disaster investigation for 3 months from now
3-30
Oklahoma Town Fears Cancer, Asthma May Be Linked to Dump Site
3-30
Heavy metal pollution from coal waste remain in river bottoms
3-30
Nuclear Power's Bad Rap: Coal Is Far More Deadly
3-30
Federal Judge Is Remembered for Vigorous Dissent in Mountaintop Case
3-30
Next Steps for the Anti-Mountaintop Removal Movement: Activist Bo Webb Speaks Out
3-30
Water poisoning? What water poisoning? Air poisoning? What air poisoning: Oil/gas group launching ads to counteract 'negative spin'
3-30
Rockefeller, Manchin to screen Coal at Capitol. Will they then screen 'Coal Country'?
3-30
Rich duck hunters, poor Arkansas town clash over construction of new coal-fired power plant
3-29
Board requires changes in Mingo liquid coal permit
3-29
Feds cite Massey mines for dozens of violations  - MSHA continues impact inspections
3-29
DEP halts drilling operation after spill  - Sponsors of Marcellus talks leave me wary
3-29
Justices hear fight on Clean Elections
3-29
Mining Health, Safety Symposium set in Charleston
3-29
Independent Gubernatorial Candidate Gatewood Galbraith visits eastern KY
3-29
Do Something Reel at the Tivoli - Whole Foods Announces Traveling Film Festival to Celebrate Earth Month
3-29
Big Coal Explains Why We Should Shred the U.S. Constitution
3-29
All the President's (Coal) Men: Bill Gates, Warren Buffett and Obama's Wyoming Giveaway - Obama Decision on Coal Mining is a Step Backward, Not Forward
3-29
EPA Ignored Possible Health Risks of Using Coal Waste for Construction - EPA Continues to Promote Coal Ash Without Knowing Risks
3-28
The Renewal of Religious Environmentalism
3-28
Famed Ky. writer presses coal protest, wins honors
3-28
MSHA cites Raleigh mine for imminent danger
3-28
National Wildlife Federation report backs EPA bid to lower toxins damaging Michigan wildlife
3-28
Wash. state faces quandary with coal it won't burn
3-27
With Ariz. case, Supreme Court takes up campaign finance issue again
3-27
'We found love -- 5 miles underground'
3-27
New TV series on mining, Coal, doesnt dig too deep
3-27
Whole Foods' "Do Something Reel" Film Festival On Tour - Film fest offers food for thought on industry issues
3-27
EcoFacts Hazards of Conservation
3-27
Coal quandary as Washington state considers shipping dirty fuel overseas
3-27
Costs of cheaper energy are too much to bear
3-27
The Powder River Basin: A big coal giveaway
3-27
Survey Suggests Brands Risk Greenwashing Backlash
3-26
100% Renewable Energy By 2050 Is Possible--Here's How We Can Do It
3-26
EQB issues formal order on conductivity
3-26
Jury rules no medical monitoring is needed - Massey Triumphs In W.Va. Coal Dust Action Jury sides with Massey in Marsh Fork case
3-26
Senate committee schedules mine safety hearing to mark Upper Big Branch Mine Disaster anniversary
3-26
In the US, Nuclear, Oil, Coal Rein over Renewable Energy
3-26
New surveys show public support strengthening for renewable energy, weakening for nuclear
3-26
EPA pursuit of cleaner air is under attack
3-26
Obama officials inflate Wyo. coal lease benefits - BLM clarifies dollar figure of Wyoming coal sales
3-26
EPA failed to assess coal risks, IG finds - Report: EPA Didnt Properly Assess Coal Ash Risks - EPA erred in how it promoted coal ash, IG say
3-26
The Last Mountain' returns to Park City
3-26
Is New Yorks Marcellus Shale Too Hot to Handle?
3-25
Suing over selenium again
3-25
Jury begins deliberation today
3-25
Recent study advocates gas but says regulation is a necessity
3-25
New Research Tools from China Boosts WVU Unclean Coal Research
3-25
Miners say 'Coal' reality series is real deal
3-25
The mercury fix
3-25
Big Coal WikiLeaks Emergency in Bangladesh: Does Obama Support Removal of 100,000 Villagers?
3-25
Coal Kills: The triumph of coal marketing
3-25
Obama administration announces massive coal mining expansion
3-24
Environmental groups sue ICG Eastern over selenium pollution from Webster County surface mine
3-24
Testimony coming to close in lawsuit - Experts Discuss Dust Levels in Marsh Fork Trial
3-24
Compromise looked at for severance tax plan
3-24
Bush's Rulemaking Czar Blasts EPA's Use of 'Guidance'
3-24
Yeager moving ahead with gas-drilling plans - Marcellus drillers say W.Va. can expect gas rush to continue
3-24
Special session for Marcellus necessary
3-24
Way of life in Appalachia stripped away
3-24
EPA Pursues Michigan's Largest Coal-Fired Plant
3-24
New US coal mining leases anger environmental groups
3-24
The importance of campaign-finance reform in one graph
3-24
Time Lapse Satellite Photos Show How Humans Are Destroying The World
3-24
Proposed U.S.-Canada oil pipeline fuels debate
3-23
Public more supportive of renewable investments as a result of Japan crisis, poll says - Nuclear Power Loses Support in New Poll
3-23
Defense looks at boundary lines in trial
3-23
McAteer says state UBB probe nearly wrapped up
3-23
Massey worker charged with faking foreman's certificate - Former UBB worker charged with forging foreman's certificate - Another worker at UBB charged - Ex-Massey Miner Accused of Using Phony Credentials - Former Massey Energy miner faces federal charges accusing him of using phony credentials - Former Massey Energy worker charged with felonies
3-23
Health benefits predicted with proposed mercury regulations on coal plants
3-23
Let the EPA do its job
3-23
Morgan Griffith says EPA standards are so strict that Perrier would not pass. His statement fails truth-o-meter test
3-23
Coal mining to expand on public lands in Wyoming
3-23
Activist to discuss environmental impact of coal mining
3-23
Controversial fuel-extracting projects are everywhere
3-23
Vancouver taking strongest climate change stance among Canadian cities
3-22
DEP wont support a Marcellus moratorium
3-22
'Misinformation' argued in medical monitoring trial
3-22
Regina Hendrix: Editorial mistaken about stream protection plan
3-22
Dave Cassell: Stand up against gas drilling
3-22
Get Ready to Celebrate Earth Hour
3-22
Long-Delayed Rules for Cleaner Air - Breath of fresh air
3-22
52 feared dead in Pakistan mine explosion
3-22
Acid seas problem getting worse
3-22
King crabs invade Antarctica
3-22
Climate change brings more extreme weather to Queensland, say scientists
3-22
Global warming gives New Jersey a future of rising sea levels and more flooding
3-21
Death toll rises to 45 from Pakistan coal mine blast
3-21
Marsh Fork Civil Trial Continues Today In Raleigh County
3-21
Edwight lives again in historians book
3-21
I Demand Cheaper Electricity
3-21
EPA mercury rules hailed as help for NY lakes
3-21
U.S. Coal Companies Already Profiting On Rising Nuclear
3-20
Darkness falls on Mingo County consolidation battle
3-20
Cleaning our air is worth the cost
3-20
Fouled water, unclean hands
3-20
Sputter-Gag Update of the Morn: Massey Gives Itself "Environmental / Safety" Awards and That is "Reported" as "News"
3-20
Massey security chief pleads not guilty in UBB mine disaster probe
3-20
Officials disappointed in severance tax bill failure - Phil Kabler: Senate attitudes changing
3-20
Two dead in Wayne County train collision
3-20
Earth talk: How does mining pollute water?
3-20
Coal Lobby Loves Mercury - Lobbyists flock to Capitol Hill jobs
3-20
A Price Too High? - Ralph Nader: Nuclear Nightmare - Canadian Nuclear Plant Leaks Radioactive Water Into Lake Ontario
3-20
March Madness in Congress
3-20
Bill McKibben: Japan's horror reveals how thin is the edge we live on
3-20
Coal Mine Explosion In Pakistan Kills 6, Traps 46
3-20
Free Market Florida aims at EPA water standards
3-19
Judge denies directed Marsh Fork verdict - Defense questions experts opinion - Witnesses called in Marsh Fork suit
3-19
Researchers still missing links between slurry, water and health
3-19
Slurry cases set for trial Aug. 1 - Court to pick 7 coal slurry cases for Aug. 1 trial - Court will pick 7 coal slurry cases from hundreds filed against Massey for Aug. 1 trial
3-19
Protesters win a round against Massey
3-19
Judge delays hearing on Massey permit
3-19
Delegates want Marcellus Shale drill moratorium; Special legislative session sought to slow development, add rules Legislators call for moratorium on new Marcellus drilling permits- Tomblin seeks funding in budget for DEP inspectors - Lawmakers call for Marcellus moratorium
3-19
Gas industry supported numerous W.Va. lawmakers
3-19
Environmentalists disappointed with no new gas drilling regulations
3-19
WJU students create water safety plan for drilling communities - Wheeling Jesuit team offers tips for tracking potential impacts of gas drilling on water
3-19
Lawmakers push for session on coal severance tax measure
3-19
Waiting for the backlash: More on EPAs plan to reduce toxic emissions from coal-fired power plants
3-19
EPA proposes rules to limit emissions from coal-fired plants - Limits proposed for pollution from coal-fired power plants - EPA proposes mercury, arsenic standards for nations' power plants by deadline - Proposed New EPA Standard Aims to Protect Public Health By Cutting Power Plant Pollutants
3-19
Delay in Coal Pollution Rules Took Toll in Lives - Toxic Air's Toll: Thousands of Preventable Deaths
3-19
SW Virginia residents seek relief from fugitive dust of mines; panel rejects regulation plan
3-19
Love Mountains and Miners? Time for a Coalfields Regeneration Fund
3-19
Strategic withdrawal for Longview coal exporter
3-19
Feds seek to stop Massey shareholders from investigating Upper Big Branch Mine Disaster - Feds: Stall document release in Massey lawsuit - U.S. prosecutors want to block release of mine blast documents
3-19
Coal River next up on energy series - Whole Foods to Spray Green All Over the Big Screen - Whole Foods Market To Debut Green Film Festival
3-19
Google Takes on Climate Change Skeptics with New Technology Effort
3-19
Former WVU Tech chief talks climate change
3-19
How the Koch Brothers Fund the Climate Change Denial Machine
3-19
Understanding Climate Change: A Communication Challenge
3-19
Three ways to spend your time during spring break
3-19
Scripps: Warming more common than thought
3-19
Wyoming Co. couple sue Massey for man's injuries
3-18
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3-17
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3-16
Tomblin won't call special session - Marcellus regulations push continues
3-16
 Public finance campaign supporters worried about pilot program
3-16
Testimony begins in Marsh Fork silo lawsuit - Testimony begins in Marsh Fork coal silo trial
3-16
Massey Energy employee pleads not guilty - Massey mine security chief pleads not guilty - Massey Security Chief Pleads Not Guilty to Obstruction After Mine Disaster
3-16
Citizens seek to reopen special reclamation fund case
3-16
Maintenance worker killed at Progress coal-fired plant
3-16
Sen. Rockefeller continues push to block climate action
3-16
House Panel Rejects Measure Backing U.S. EPAs Finding on Climate Change
3-16
Activist speaks out against West Virginia mountain top removal
3-16
Remembering Judy Bonds, a Voice Against Mountaintop Removal
3-16
Feds must look at big picture on mining ban - Petition might designate certain lands unsuitable for mining
3-16
Fight continues over West Coast coal exports to Asia
3-16
EarthTalk: Mining and Water Pollution
3-16
Calif. seeks right to sue over greenhouse gases
3-16
Burning the Future: Coal in America
3-15
Kessler upset over missed bills - Tomblin plans action on Marcellus
3-15
CONSOL fined $5.5 million for Dunkard pollution - Consol agrees to $5.5mn federal fine for WV coal mines pollution - CONSOL to pay $5.5 million in Dunkard Creek deal
3-15
Howard Swint: The danger of coal slurry injection
3-15
Report: Non-nuclear clean energy to double by 2020
3-15
EPA to Release Long-Awaited Rules on Toxic Power Plant Emissions This Week  - White House Gets an Earful on Power Plant Rules
3-15
Power Plant Air Pollution Kills 13,000 People Per Year, Coal-Fired Are Most Hazardous: ALA Report
3-15
The Year of Living Dangerously in Power Generation
3-15
Mountaintop removal is ruining lives
3-15
Spike to offer 3 previews of 'Coal' reality show
3-15
WHOLE FOODS FILM FESTIVAL 4/6- 5/11 - Whole Foods announces green film festival: Supermarket chain will screen environmentally themed films in more than 70 cities starting in April
3-15
Earthquake Denial? Why Is Peabody Building a Massive Coal-Fired Plant in the New Madrid Seismic Zone?
3-15
Turn on to The Electricity Fairy
3-15
Sustainability Film Series hosts documentary participants March 22
3-15
Metro columnist Dan Casey: Readers blast, embrace mountaintop removal column
3-15
IGCC power plant's costs capped at $2.72bn
3-15
Liar, Liar, Plant on Fire
3-15
Sierra Club Protests Gift to Dirty Coal
3-15
Consol, U.S. Coal Companies Gain Amid Nuclear Concerns (because we never examine the full cost and true toll of any of our conventional energy sources... And we seem to forget that coal ash is radioactive...)
3-15
Corn May Be More Vulnerable to Warming, Stanford Study Shows - Global warming is putting Africa's vital maize crop at risk, claim scientists
3-15
Climate change's impact on Arctic regions by 2099: study
3-15
Book review: 'Hot: Living Through the Next Fifty Years on Earth'
3-14
Lawmakers end session on mixed note - Statehouse beat: House ends up in chaos - Lawmaker frosted over failure of coal tax bill
3-14
Trial of Massey coal silo near school set to begin
3-14
Whole Foods to Sponsor Environmental Film Festival
3-14
Wall Street Journal: EPA Tangles With New Critic: Labor
3-14
The Bloody Birth Of The Labor Movement
3-14
U.S. Navy Facing Major Climate-Related Challenges
3-14
JPL study highlights drastic scale of human-induced global warming
3-14
Coal train kills woman on tracks in Quincy, WA
3-14
19 killed in China mine blast
3-13
Bill to regulate Marcellus Shale drilling dies - Split decision for Marcellus - Marcellus rules compromise eluding W.Va. lawmakers
3-13
Pa. Governor to Let Coal Executive Fast-Track Environmental Permits
3-13
Coal severance tax dies again
3-13
Mining and Water Pollution
3-13
Speak Your Piece: My People, My Mountains
3-13
Asian demand driving increase in coal train traffic through Great Falls area
3-13
Sierra Club sues US govt. over future coal plant
3-13
Coal No Longer A Cheap Energy Source (not that it ever was when the true costs are factored in)
3-13
Biologist: Global warming could devastate wildlife
3-13
Rising Coffee Prices - Heavy Rains Linked to Global Warming
3-13
USDA Experiments Aim to Help Farmers Cope with Warming Climate
3-12
Marcellus shale bills delayed - Time is short to resolve the many Marcellus conflicts - Marcellus rules compromise eluding W.Va. lawmakers
3-12
Interactive map provides Marcellus gas deposit info
3-12
Environmentalists accuse Kentucky mining company of faking data - Another citizen lawsuit against a coal company spotlights Kentucky's regulatory breakdown - No stomach for prosecution? -
Coal company touts reclamation - Environmental groups say review finds falsified water quality reports from Ky. coal operator
3-12
Chuck Nelson: We need change to our energy policies
3-12
House Panel Votes to Strip E.P.A. of Power to Regulate Greenhouse Gases
3-12
A Bird That Likes Shade-Grown Coffee
3-12
A Dirty Power Transmission Line Comes to Its End
3-12
Multi-State Power Line Project to Test Policies on Grouse,' Wild Lands'
3-12
Do Something Reel Film Festival
3-12
Environmental film leads into music and dance
3-12
Democrats Cry Foul Over GOP's Attempts to Tie Fuel Prices to EPA
3-12
Coal mine blast kills 13, leave six missing in SW China
3-12
US navy faces up to a new enemy climate change - Climate Change Poses a Major Challenge for the U.S. Navy in the Arctic
3-12
Climate change in black and white
3-12
Climate change damaging ancient treasures
3-12
Sound decisions are grounded in science, evidence
3-11
DEP ordered to add discharge limits for conductivity - WVDEP ordered to set permit limits for conductivity
3-11
Groups plan march to Blair Mountain
3-11
Marcellus Bill in the House of Delegates, but Only Days to Get it Done - Retooled Marcellus is moving forward
3-11
Norwegian company says it could drill 17,000 Marcellus wells - A fear of fracking may slow natural gas trend - Gas frackings burning debate - Former Bush EPA appointee says 'fracking' exemption needs fresh scrutiny
3-11
Patriot Coal halts production at West Virginia mine
3-11
UnClean-Coal Debate Focuses on Gasification Plant
3-11
Quakers Take Action Against Mountaintop Removal Financing
3-11
The GOP's EPA Ambush
3-11
Air pollution called unacceptable
3-11
Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition seeks lower power radio intern for summer
3-11
Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition seeks social media intern for summer
3-10
Blair Mountain march planned for June - Environmentalists Detail March to Blair Mountain - March on Blair Mountain: Appalachia is Rising slated for June - Activists to announce march to save Blair Mountain
3-10
House panel revises Marcellus drilling bill - Bill will give DEP full hiring power
3-10
Protest over mining blooms amid flower show - Protest disrupts flower show
3-10
Band together and keep out gas drillers
3-10
Cathy Kunkel: Energy efficiency is essential
3-10
Report: New Investment in Coal is a Risky Proposition
3-10
Two ex-WV miners admit lying about credentials
3-10
Miner Massey faces wrongful death suits over blast - Raleigh couple sues Massey for son's injuries in UBB explosion - Local UBB widow files suit against Massey
3-10
American Lung Association Report Highlights Toxic Health Threat of Coal-fired Power Plants, Calls for EPA to Reduce Emissions and Save Lives - Report: U.S. coal power plants emit toxic air pollutants
3-10
Wait continues on possible coal ash rule changes - EPA puts off long-promised coal ash protections
3-10
One fifth of large CCS projects halted in 2010: report
3-10
New trailer of The Last Mountain
3-10
Mountaintop Mining and a Family Tale Presented Albion College Yinger Lecture
3-10
In Pinedale, Wyo., Residents Adjust to Air Pollution
3-10
Naomi Klein: Why Climate Change Is So Threatening to Right-Wing Ideologues
3-10
Kentuckians return to court to fight MTR pollution, represented by NRDC attorneys
3-10
Scientists map human vulnerability to climate change
3-10
Companies Cannot Sweep Climate Change Under the Rug
3-10
'Climate change' rings truer than 'global warming' - Snubbing Skeptics Threatens to Intensify Climate War, Study Says
3-9

New Massey permit blocked till full hearing - New permit for W.Va. mine challenged in fed court - Suit seeks to block new Massey permit

3-9
Rogers, Capito file bill aimed at restricting EPA
3-9
Marcellus still hangs in balance - Lawmakers down to the wire on Marcellus regulations
3-9
Coal Firms to Strip-Mine Historic Battlefield?
3-9
Watch Today's Blair Mountain Press Conference Live at 11 a.m. Eastern
3-9
American Lung Association Report Spells Out Harms of Coal Power Plants  - Medical professionals rallying against coal
3-9
Action needed TODAY on MTR in TN Legislature! - URGENT: Tennessee bill greenwashes mountaintop destruction
3-9
3 more sue Massey over deadly WVa mine explosion
3-9
Editorial page editor Dan Radmacher leaving Roanoke Times to work for watchdog group
3-9
Indias Widening Energy Deficit
3-8
EPA chief warns about budget cuts
3-8
Caring for Gods Creation: Why American People of Faith Are Supporting the EPA
3-8
Rand Paul to EPA: Don't protect Kentucky
3-8
House GOP budget bill aims to slash environmental regulation
3-8
Anti-Environmental Riders in H.R. 1
3-8
8 Ways the GOP is Trying to Dismantle Environmental Protections
3-8
Three more suits filed against Massey over mine disaster
3-8
Diana Shaw: Walker should learn from Big Labors history
3-8
Clean air, less carbon has health benefits
3-7
Eric Reece: Ky. Voices: Coal industry 'gift' cost UK a celebration
3-7
Southern part of state a sacrificed zone  
3-7
Last coal plant in Pacific Northwest to shut down starting in 2020
3-7
Climate change to have greatest impact on those least responsible: study
3-7
Coastal cities prepare for rising sea levels - Even conservative Newport Beach gets serious about rising sea levels
3-7
Climate change 'will wreak havoc on Britain's coastline by 2050'
3-7
Biodiversity around the world is increasingly threatened by global warming, habitat loss, and other human impacts
3-7
Climate change takes toll on coffee growers, drinkers too
3-7
Climate changes impact on Arctic regions by 2099
3-6
NPR: Coal Reignites A Mighty Battle Of Labor History
3-6
Enviros plan march on Blair Mtn.
3-6
BLAIR MOUNTAIN MARCH ISN'T ABOUT OUTSIDE ENVIROS - IT'S ABOUT PRESERVING OUR HISTORY!
3-6
PAN project uses natural methods to treat acid mine drainage
3-6
Tennessee: Hearings offer chance to protect ridges from surface mining
3-6
Conscience of the Commonwealth
3-6
Bill Passes Senate: Washington to be Coal-Free by 2025 - Phase-out for Washingtons biggest polluter - A Clean Northeast: Moving the Northeast Beyond Coal and Toward a Clean Energy Future
3-6
Coal Ash Plan Raises Fears in Missouri Community
3-6
Rural neighbors of Ala. dump tell lawmakers bill to regulate coal ash may not go far enough
3-6
Pollution, uncertainty linger after natural gas well blowouts
3-6
On Climate, Who Needs the Facts? - Republicans look to limit Obama's power to curb climate change
3-6
Republicans Introduce Bill to Permanently Block EPA Authority
3-6
Air Pollution and Fossil Fuel Damage in Pictures and Stories (yes that's an (un-credited) OVEC/SouthWings photo of the Brushy Fork coal sludge dam)
3-6
Grim climate forecasts now a reality
3-5
Senate leaders inspect water problems
3-5
EPA won't complete coal-ash rules in 2011
3-5
GOP Budget Could Hobble Obama Environment Policy
3-5
More amendments offered on Marcellus  
3-5
Unreal editorial by Coal's politicians Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul: Standing up to EPA's war on coal
3-5
Bill McKibben: Stopping coal at the coast - Plans to export more coal to China will only hurt efforts to combat climate change
3-5
U.S. Military Links Alternative Energy Research to Lives--and Dollars--Saved; Inventing the future of energy may be key to improving U.S. national security, economic prosperity and health
3-4
House approves Supreme Court election bill
3-4
Video: Filmmaker Peter Bull Discusses Dirty Business on Panel in Charleston
3-4
4,000 deaths in 2010 in the Northeast from coal-fired power plants
3-4
Mine safety bills gain approval
3-4
Push on to speed up mining permits - Bill seeks to speed up EPA action on mine permits -Mitch McConnell, Rand Paul propose restrictions on EPA over mine permits - Paul, McConnell, Inhofe Support Giving EPA Time Limit on Mining Permits - Getting Cozy with Big Coal
3-4
NY Times: Closer to the truth on Upper Big Branch - UBB reality check: Remember what Sen. Byrd said
3-4
MSHA blocking release of key mine disaster records
3-4
MSHA tells Congress it needs more laws
3-4
Tim DeChristopher Deserves the Medal of Freedom Today, Not a Prison Sentence
3-4
Coal plant permit foes request EPA action
3-4
The Collegiate Times is on spring break. Publication will resume March 15.
3-4
Wendell Berry Receives National Humanities Medal
3-4
Global warming linked to heavy snowstorms
3-4
Ala House committee OKs bill to regulate coal ash
3-4
Climate change action can create power jobs: study
3-4
Integrated Sustainable Development a Stepping Stone to Climate Change Mitigation
3-3
EPA backing off rewrite of fill rule?
3-3
Report details MSHA lapses prior to disaster - Is the MSHA accountability office accountable? - IG follow-up report: Safety improvements dont last very long at coal mines with repeated violations - Report: MSHA contract problems continue
3-3
Company Concessions Clear Way for Federal Permit at W.Va. Coal Mine
3-3
W.Va. Senate approves some Marcellus gas rules
3-3
The Stream, March 2: Shale Uncovered - Wastewater Recycling No Cure-All in Gas Process
3-3
Court approves fourth Massey settlement
3-3
Dam Shame: When regulators and polluters forget the lessons of Tennessee
3-3
3 Surprising Ways Global Warming Could Make You Sick
3-2
Upper Big Branch indictment: Just the beginning? - Massey Energy Official Busted for Lying and Destroying Evidence - Massey official Stover arrested; allegedly lied in disaster inquiry - Massey Security Chief Charged with Obstructing Blast Probe
3-2
Arch Coal to pay $4 million in water fines
3-2
EPA: Arch Coal to pay $4 million for water violations - Arch Coal To Pay $4M In Fines To Settle Clean-Water Act Charges - Arch to pay $4 mil fine to settle alleged CAA violations
3-2
Consol gets permit in deal with EPA
3-2
Blaming EPA
3-2
U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown and coal industry are almost on the same side ... but not quite
3-2
Severance tax for coal counties advances to vote
3-2
Local delegate looks at changes to Marcellus
3-2
Tanks at Washington County Marcellus site catch fire
3-2
Cathy Kunkel: Americas coal war
3-2
Public Meeting Planned for Athens County Coal Mine
3-2
With one request pending, APCO asks for another 8.9 percent
3-2
Group demands halt to coal-fired power plant in western Kansas
3-2
FutureGen to store carbon dioxide in Morgan County - A Home for Captured Carbon Dioxide
3-2
Peabody plans Asian coal shipments through Washington - Peabody Energy to boost U.S. coal exports
3-2
Massey Energy says court approves settlement with family of fourth W.Va. blast victim
3-2
Talking Energy with America's Greenest Coal Exec
3-2
Warmer oceans taking toll on world's coral reefs
3-2
Global warming threatens wine production in France
3-2
The fight over teaching evolution, climate change
3-2
Prevent Mountain Top Removal in Tennessee (and Enjoy Good Tunes While Doing It!)
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UBB security chief charged with lying, destroying files - Masseys security chief faces federal charges - Massey official accused of destroying Big Branch evidence - Massey official charged with lying to FBI in mine investigation - Federal Grand Jury Indicts Massey Energy Official For Lying In W. Va. Mine Probe - Massey Security Chief Indicted In Mine Disaster Probe - Massey security chief indicted in UBB probe - Massey Security Worker Charged - Massey Energy mine security chief indicted - Charges allege obstruction of justice, false statements
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PATH power line put on hold - Breaking news: PJM puts PATH on hold
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W.Va. lawmakers ready to exchange Marcellus bills - Senate panel OKs Marcellus bill; called not perfect but good start
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Destroying our Drinking Water is the Wrong Way to Create Jobs
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Mother Jones: First Big Coal Broke the Union. Then It Broke This Town.
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Residents encouraged to support coal slurry bill
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Bayer warns against annexation; Plan would hurt 'cracker' proposal, company says
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A liberating (but damned uncomfortable) conversion
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Coal conversion pushed

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