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12-31
Whom does DEP serve? 
12-31
Jim Hightower: Six Things to Do in 2010
12-31
Investing in coal is suicidally dysfunctional
12-31
Economic losses due to climate change on the rise
12-31
Coal's Greatest Hits, 2009 Edition
12-31
Are Environmentalists an Endangered Species?  
12-31
Coal and climate change: The industrys fuzzy math
12-31
Multistate power line hits Va. snag
12-31
U.S. States Strive To Regulate Shale Gas Industry
12-31
Study explores oil, gas potential of Kentucky's state lands
12-31
MSHA marks annivesary of 1969 mine safety law
12-31
Fire erupts at TVA coal plant in East Tennessee
12-31
Crumbling coal houses make residents sick
12-31
MSHA marks annivesary of 1969 mine safety law
12-31
How the underwhelming Copenhagen accord could yet turn into a useful document
12-31
You might want to write a letter to the editor: Stand up to repugnant environmentalists
12-31
Speak Your Piece: Coal's Legacy
12-30
Judge Chambers allows Fola Coal to keep mining  - Judge Chambers allows Fola Coal to keep mining  - Judge allows coal mining to continue  - Judge Lifts Deadline for Fola Coal Operation
12-30
New studies question need for PATH power line  -  PATH update: Power line seeks to pull Va. application  -  New Analysis: Potomac-Appalachian Transmission Highline Not Needed in 2014
12-30
Four Anti-Mountaintop Removal Activists Arrested at Home
12-30
What are the years biggest coal stories?  -  Recession, H1N1, Coal Top List of Stories From 2009
12-30
Both sides pressuring OSMRE on buffer zone rule  -  Boucher: Interiors planned coal mining rules run roughshod over states (hello? coal mining companies are running roughshod over states and OSM is sitting around, letting them.)
12-30
W.Va. PSC approves Allegheny Energy rate increase
12-30
"War Against the Mountains" - A pdf posting of one chapter from Climate Hope by Ted Nace
12-30
Trans Energy starts fourth shale gas well
12-30
ND lawsuit likely over Minn. carbon dioxide tax
12-30
Ecosystems Strain To Keep Pace With Climate
12-30
Mountain Strip by Blane De St. Croix - final week - MEET LARRY GIBSON
12-30
Green dating services help love blossom
12-29
WV DNR will strategize on how to restore Dunkard Creek
12-29
Exporting Appalachia
12-29
Only green in coal comes from the dollars
12-29
Coals future discussed at forum
12-29
Coal feels heat of politicians, environmentalists (Note: coal burning apparently now accounts for about 47 percent of the nation's electricity. We had reports from several of our Central WV members, whose homes are solar powered, that they were the only ones in the area with power for days after the 12-19 snowstorm)
12-29
Democrats pose threat to President Obamas cap-and-trade climate bill
12-29
An Array of New Interests Joins Washingtons Climate Change Debate
12-29
A story of coal and conflict (Recent AP story now on website of an UK paper)
12-29
Mercury pollution increases in Illinois
12-29
Mine accidents kill 17 in China
12-29
Environmental group plans to sue over coal ash at San Juan mine
12-29
A Country Music Headline History of 2009
12-29
Old mine blamed for sinking road
12-28
After Copenhagen, Now What?
12-28
"Natural Treasure" Threatened by Industry?
12-28
Many locals reject mountaintop-removal mining
12-28
Decade in Review: 2005
12-28
A New Green Idea for (eventually, 17 percent of one coal-fired plant's) Dirty Coal Emissions
12-28
McGeehan: Coal-to-liquid 'future of industry' in W.Va. - Rep. Young wrangles millions for carbon sequestration study in Alaska
12-28
Blunt gets thousands of dollars from coal industry
12-28
Gallagher agreement
12-28
11 missing in China coal mine blast: state media
12-28
MU taking real steps away from coal
12-28
Regional lake study points to faster warming
12-27
Mining Programs Provide Job Training for Inmates. But Are They Worth It?
12-27
Earth-Friendly Elements, Mined Destructively
12-27
Rockefeller: W.Va. will have voice in climate debate
12-27
FACES (pro-blowing-up mountains group) in action: Letters to the editor  - Editorial
12-27
On the move: Species face race against climate change
12-26
In Memory of Keith Pitzer
12-26
The fact is...
12-26
Two letters to the editor: Judge made wrong decision about bats - Stand up for coal or leave the state - And a "news" story: All I want for Christmas is a lump of coal
12-26
Conscious Voices: December 25 2009 Mountain Top Removal 
12-26
Anniversary of TVA Coal Ash Spill as Forgotten as the Disaster Itself
12-26
Miner crusades for safety
12-26
Lack of knowledge about ecosystems led to wrong decisions
12-26
Gas Drilling Plan Raises Water Contamination Fears in New York City
12-26
Three Climate Polls: Do You 'Believe In' Warming
12-26
Tomgram: Nick Turse, Casualties of the Bush Administration
12-26
Climate Change: How Fast Is the Earth Shifting?
12-26
With Warming Trend, Ice Forms Later in Adirondacks
12-26
Economists Warn of a Climate Trade War
12-26
Enter the sea: Plans to handle ocean rise locally are just beginning to advance
12-26
Climate Change Leads to 'Migration' of Trees
12-26
Little egret arrives in Britain thanks to global warming
12-26
Warming has already boosted insect breeding
12-25
As Global Temperatures Rise, So Too Do Health Risks
12-25
Mercury levels considered safe pose a risk to the heart
12-24
The Art of Extraction
12-24
Time For Better Ideas: James Hansen
12-24
Climate talk collapse better for planet: NASA's Hansen
12-24
OSM Increases Size Of Mining Aid To States
12-24
Salazar Announces $369 Million in Abandoned Mine Land Grants Available to States, Tribes
12-24
PATH Companies Re-file in Maryland, Seek to Withdraw Virginia Application
12-24
No New Coal Plants Started in 2009
12-24
Decade in Review: 2001
12-24
Coal plant delay means lower hike in Colo. rates
12-24
Coal's costs
12-24
Netherlands Looks to Float Itself Out of Harm's Way
12-23
The Environmental Injustice of Clean Coal: Expanding the National Conversation on Carbon Capture and Storage Technology to Include an Analysis of Potential Environmental Justice Impacts
12-23
Ruling not all to blame, officials say
12-23
Flip-Flopping for Mountaintop Removal
12-23
OSM gets $50M for abandoned W.Va. mines
12-23
Rahall's 2010 campaign could be more difficult  -   Corrupt ex-judge Maynard to challenge Rahall?
12-23
Former employees sue Massey, others for wrongful termination
12-23
Rocky Year for Coal Industry: 26 Power Plant Plans Shelved in 2009
12-23
PSC orders East Kentucky Power to justify Clark Co. plant
12-23
Duke agrees to clean up Gallagher power plant  -   Duke Energy to Spend Approximately $93 Million to Resolve Clean Air Act Violations
12-23
Power company rejects Cape Breton coal
12-23
Tennessee coal ash spill anniversary  - A year since the Kingston disaster and still no coal ash regulations  -  Big lumps of coal for Christmas dinner
12-23
Lawsuits for TVA Spill Damages Sneak Under the Wire
12-23
The top green stories of the 00s
12-23
PLUNDERING APPALACHIA
12-23
"Coal Country"
12-23
Montana: Land board says 'yes' to vast coal development
12-23
USDA: U.S. ecosystems are being impacted by climate change
12-23
After Copenhagen, churches must educate voters, say climate activists
12-23
Helen Caldicott Slams Environmental Groups on Climate Bill, Nuclear Concessions
12-23
AP Poll: Most see climate change as serious
12-23
Global warming hike may be steeper: research
12-23
Alaska Coast Erosion Threat To Oil, Wildlife
12-22
Go Tell It On the Mountain- Christmas Meditation #1
12-22
Byrd meets with EPA to discuss mining  -  Byrd Asks EPA for Clarity
12-22
Future still uncertain for Clay County mine  -  Governor Calls for a Stay in Fola Case
12-22
WV DEP allows Consol to pump mine water in Dunkard Creek - W.Va. lets Consol resume discharges into creek
12-22
Still unresolved, Tennessee coal-ash spill only one EPA hurdle  -  A year later: a promise amid massive cleanup
12-22
New rules for ash storage coming
12-22
Indiana inmates to receive training as coal miners; Federal funds will pay for underground and surface mining training
12-22
Desert Rock coal plant hits another stumbling block
12-21
EPA, USDA push farmers to use coal waste on fields
12-21
Gas could be the answer in global warming fight
12-21
Legal impact of ash spill: Lawsuits likely to flood court for years to come
12-21
AP story going around the nation, world; some examples: China Post  -  Nashville newspaper  -  MSNBC
12-21
Environmentalists Seek More Regulation for Marcellus Drilling
12-21
Main Points Of The Copenhagen Accord
12-21
A Conference Without Compassion: A Guarantee Of Mutually Assured Suicide
12-20
EPA Seeks Applications for Environmental Community Grants
12-20
Religion shaping mountain-top removal debate
12-20
Fear of violence grows in mountaintop mining fight
12-20
Byrd, Rockefeller try to save mining jobs
12-20
Bill Raney of WV coal lobbying group: Coal industry wants dialogue with Byrd
12-20
Opponents urged to wait for 'end result' to judge mining's effects on land (yeah, come back in 500 years, when according to the Environmental Impact Statement on MTR, forests may be regenerated. And maybe we will have evolved to live disease free while drinking and bathing in poisoned water...)
12-20
Bad actions just produce bad outcomes; Environmental, climate disasters ahead if we dont change paths
12-20
Support the Appalachia Restoration Act, S. 696
12-20
Mingo power plant bigger than planned  - Wood-fired plant in Mingo to be expanded
12-20
Progress Energy says goodbye coal, hello natural gas
12-20
Coal-fired power: Industry fears some plants will shutter as stricter pollution standards become likely
12-20
Ash spill area residents still angry one year later  -  Residents receive screenings, exams
12-20
A year after Tenn. disaster, fight over coal-ash rules just beginning  -  The coal ash spill catastrophe in Kingston - One year later - A year later, TVA chief says ash spill `painful'  -  TVA ash conversion plans await EPA waste rule
12-20
Water central to new energy mix
12-20
Analysts: Marcellus to produce fuel of choice; Exxon deal seen as more proof of ambitious future prospects
12-20
A Copenhagen Climate Accord, Not Nothing, But Not Enough
12-20
Pines residents still not certain of coal ashs effects
12-20
Activists charged over coal protest
12-19
Big coal worried about Appalachian Restoration Act
12-19
Byrd's transformation  -  Sen. Byrd had it right about mining
12-19
Phone call, e-mail indicate coal lobbyist got early word on mine-permit director's firing
12-19
Friends of Coal gears up to protect school program
12-19
Industry pressuring Obama on coal-ash rules
12-19
Coal-to-Liquid, A Bad Deal
12-19
Plans progress for Wyoming coal-to-gasoline plant
12-19
Attorney general files complaint to stop proposed central Illinois strip mine
12-19
WV veteran travels to Copenhagen for climate talks
12-19
Low targets, goals dropped: Copenhagen ends in failure  -  Reports of a climate deal at least a first step
12-19
Major Florida Coal Plant Cancelled
12-19
BIA withdraws assessment for Desert Rock
12-18
Coal-to-Liquid, A Bad Deal
12-18
Obama Interior Department surrenders to the coal interests
12-18
OSMRE backs WVDEP reading of buffer zone rule
12-18
Coal states oppose increased OSMRE oversight
12-18
Rahall releases letter on Fola Coal permit  -  Rahall asks Corps of Engineers to quickly move to resolve disputed mining permits
12-18
Byrd's coal comments rock W.Va.
12-18
Senators criticize feds permit review
12-18
Two more coal mining deaths: Just a freak accident??  -  Eastern Ky. miner killed by falling rock
12-18
Toxic releases down in W.Va., EPA says
12-18
Coal-to-Liquid, A Bad Deal
12-18
Public Rallies Behind Proposed Coal to Liquid Plant (But people did speak in opposition to the plant, people knowledgeable about the health effects, the boondoggle spending, the overall toll of these types of plants)
12-18
New green jet-fuel initiative is really black
12-18
New report: Mining support jobs facing huge decline
12-18
WV may soon see honeybees on former MTR sites
12-18
STATEMENT FROM EPA ON COAL ASH
12-18
Young Tribal Activists Nix Coal, Embrace Green
12-18
No Love for "Clean" Coal in Copenhagen
12-18
8 Things We Love That Climate Change Will Force Us to Kiss Good-Bye
12-18
Clinton: Time running out on climate change
12-18
Obama heads to Copenhagen, sees progress with China
12-18
NASA, Google offer more precise emissions tracking
12-18
Fight to control Copenhagen climate change fund
12-18
Six reasons why Earth won't cope for long
12-18
Deep Down, New WV anti-MTR film showing at UN Climate Conference
12-17
DEP hosts public hearing on Mingo coal-to-liquids project - OVEC urges opposition to Mingo coal-to-liquids plant
12-17
EPA studying solar potential in Southern W.Va.  - Former W.Va. industrial eyed for solar use
12-17
Mining Debate Focuses on Clay County Operations  -  Fola Mine Closure Would Effect Clay Schools
12-17
Boone County creeks affected by sediment pond accident
12-17
Santa brings coal and switches to OSM
12-17
OneClimate talks to film-maker David Novack at COP15 in Copenhagen  (David Novack's film Burning the Future features OVEC members and staff)
12-17
A German Public TV segment that aired during Copenhagen  - Also the second story at this link
12-17
Copenhagen and coal update: CCS ruled out?   -  Chaos and Capitulation in Copenhagen
12-17
Rep. Capito in Copenhagen: Does she get the issue?
12-17
Court asked to hear Chief Logan drilling appeal
12-17
W.Va. Supreme Court Asked to Rehear High-Profile Cases
12-17
The TVA Ash Spill One Year Later: Lessons Learned
12-17
U.S.: Aging Coal Plants Still a Fixture in South
12-17
Global warming could undermine efforts to save forests
12-17
Billion pounds scheme to revive former coal fields labeled a waste of money
12-17
Coal at the heart of Obama's climate battle
12-17
Cities pushing nations toward deeper cuts
12-17
Ailing climate summit gets 22-billion-dollar boost
12-17
Prospect of Global Warming Pact Fades in Copenhagen
12-17
Study suggests greater sea level rise from warming
12-17
Earth's Polar Ice Sheets Vulnerable to Even Moderate Global Warming; New Orleans, Much of Southern Florida, Expected to Be Permanently Submerged
12-17
Moderate global warming to wipe out many species
12-17
Melting in Greenland and Survival of Tibetan Glaciers
12-17
Poll shows more Americans believe climate action will boost the economy
12-17
Global warming impacts wine and corn
12-17
Chuitna coal project will only harm, not help
12-16
Public forum on CTL plant scheduled at Gilbert
12-16
Litigation from 2001 coalfield flooding settled
12-16
Coal in the classroom: Battle lines drawn in education process
12-16
Citizen power can block PATH
12-16
West Virginia DEP Seeks Advice from EPA on CONSOL Order
12-16
No complaints in mine-permits director's file
12-16
Manchin continues to challenge Byrd on MTR
12-16
Wheeling gets paid for Oglebay park drilling
12-16
AP asks W.Va. Supreme Court to rehear FOIA case
12-16
Revolving Door: Climate Edition
12-16
Friends of Coal vs. Friends of Wood
12-16
Walker Machinery to be sold to Louisville company
12-16
Climate change threatens coral reefs
12-16
Forest-CO2 scheme needs cash to save species -study
12-16
Climate Change in Hawaii: Caught Between a Rock and a Big Wave
12-16
Angst And Hope Amidst The Prospect Of Climate Catastrophe
12-16
Can Investing in the Planet sustain business survival?
12-15
UMWA offers more detailed response to Senator Byrd
12-15
Walker Machinery sold  -  Walker Machinery To Change Ownership
12-15
Black lung on the rebound
12-15
Poll: Action on climate will heat up economy, jobs
12-15
Senate approves more funding for MSHA
12-15
Remembering the Kingston, Tenn., coal-ash disaster
12-15
Harman asks court to reconsider decision
12-15
Invincible Appalachia
12-15
UMW representative monitoring Copenhagen talks  -  Coal and Copenhagen: A view from the UMWA
12-15
Tennessee: Environmental groups want Obama to prosecute TVA
12-15
Climate Talks Stall Briefly as Poorer Nations Walk Out
12-15
US left behind in technological race to fight climate change
12-15
Global warming: Are these the Top 10 species most at risk?
12-15
Ocean acidification will threaten our food supply, UK environment secretary to warn
12-15
US Lawmakers Spar on Climate Change
12-15
In Bolivia, Water and Ice Tell of Climate Change
12-15
Mills appeals firing, citing political, age bias
12-15
Speed Saves: Fastest Way To Low-Carbon Electricity Is To Hit The [Natural] Gas Pedal
12-14
Lone family populates 'ghost town'
12-14
Manchin seeks clarity from Byrd remarks
12-14
EPA promises coal ash regulations by end of year but is mum on details
12-14
Dominion officials rehearsed their message about safety of fly ash, report says
12-14
Two U.S. Senators Unveil Alternative Climate Bill
12-14
World's mayors tackle climate change on their own
12-14
Does Clean Coal make economic sense?
12-14
Forest Communities Said Key To Climate Fight
12-14
Two Countries Joined by Global Warming
12-14
The great retreat
12-14
From red to green: China's drive to be a low carbon leader
12-13
Thousands March in Copenhagen, Calling for Action  -  Copenhagen police detain 968 in climate change rally
12-13
Climate science solid, e-mail study shows
12-13
Chris Chanlett: Why I am a 'Friend of Wood'
12-13
Transy grad mined her activism
12-13
Dave Callaghan: W.Va. desperate for sensible enforcement of mining laws  - Bill Raney, President of the WV Coal Association Believes (or writes, anyway): EPA is putting coal industry in crisis - Byrd's coal blast echoes on
12-13
Old king coal shows its age
12-13
Tuvalu envoy makes tearful appeal; calls for strong agreement
12-13
We Hold The Key To Copenhagen
12-13
Corporate leaders are second most active group at world climate conference, after official negotiators
12-12
US Senators: More Coal, Oil and Nukes Are "Solution" for Global Warming  - The Bailout Goes Nuclear
12-12
Ky., W. Va. strip mining concentrated in small areas, report says -   GAO report says surface mines clumped together
12-12
MSHA chief says black lung must be eradicated  -  MSHA chief visits Ky. to push black lung plans
12-12
The Coal Industry's Unabated War on Americans' Health
12-12
 
Intimidation is the weapon of choice (scroll down)
12-12
New fish advisory still recommends limiting consumption of some fish
12-12
300 Clean Water Act Violations! Illinois Citizens File Notice to Sue Reckless Coal Strip Mine
12-12
Mining board appointee criticized
12-12
Senators Offer New Climate Proposals
12-12
AMP change not likely to affect Galion
12-12
Oregon to review health benchmarks for mercury, manganese
12-12
What If Energy From Un-Mined Coal Could Be Tapped While Reducing the CO2 75%?
12-12
Climate change eroding coast at accelerating rate, scientists find
12-12
Indypendent Takes Home the Prizes
12-11
Mining protester says he's OK despite 10-day fast
12-11
New climate bill aimed at 'ensuring a future for coal' (but not the planet)  -  Coal and the new Senate climate framework
12-11
Victor stumps for Mingo CTL  - Hearing on Mingo liquid coal plant NEXT WEEK
12-11
Obama administration's new surface mining head has cautious approach
12-11
Mountaintop removal flies under U.S. radar: Defending the environment with law is hardly a nuisance, and an employer can't use a payroll as an excuse to break the law. We could easily attract industries and all the jobs that go with them if we allowed them to ignore regulations and dump their sewage and toxic substances into our streams and rivers.  - Coal Company Cuts 500 Jobs in West Virginia, Blames Environmentalists  - Who is really to blame?
12-11
Take Action: Protect Communities from Hazardous Coal Mining Waste
12-11
Sen. Byrd on coal: Wasnt anybody paying attention?
12-11
Is "Clean Coal" a Dead End?
12-11
MASSIVE MINING BLOW-OUT DRAWS ONLY SLAP ON WRIST
12-11
What do wind projects and strip mines have in common?
12-11
W.Va. DEP may let Consol discharge into Dunkard Creek
12-11
Student organization petitions acceptance of unethical donations - Students Tell West Virginia University to Shun Coal Industry Dollars
12-11
19 Turkish miners dead in mine collapse
12-11
The Time for Coal Ash Regulation is Now
12-11
TVA site improvements to cost $1 billion
12-11
Reporting on Coal River Mountain Rally
12-11
Indigenous Peoples: Prayers and Protest in Copenhagen
12-11
Ecosystem Agenda - mountains, living species, environment
12-11
Copenhagen climate change summit: Food chain acid threat
12-11
Use IMF funds to fight climate change, says George Soros
12-11
Capito plans to attend Copenhagen climate summit
12-11
Rise in sea levels threatens California ports
12-11
Big & Rich Have Separate Campaigns
12-11
Natalie Merchant: Gardener, Mom, Green Activist
12-11
An Updraft sampler
12-10
GAO report provides detailed numbers on MTR - GAO: Mining permits seldom include development
12-10
OSM director promises to reduce mining's impact  - OSMREs Joe Pizarchik speaks
12-10
Clay County copes with bad news 
12-10
Official says coal opportunities await  - Energy Summit Details Coal's Importance, Challenges
12-10
Copenhagen at Home: Coal Free Future Begins in Kentucky
12-10
Critics aren't 'demonizing coal' by discussing problems
12-10
The Beehive Collective:" The True Cost of Coal"
12-10
Coal-to-liquids in South Africa: Marchers Accuse Sasol of Air Pollution - Memorandum to Sasol and Government -  Coal-To-Liquids, Climate Change, and Energy Security
12-10
Regulators OK Limestone County coal plant permit
12-10
Diane W. Mufson: Sen. Byrd's opinions deserve our attention
12-10
AEP gets grant to test carbon capture
12-10
Rethinking Coal (Multimedia)
12-10
On Eve Of Ash Spill Anniversary, TVA Updates Congress  -  Environmentalists discuss TVA ash spill pollutants
12-10
Kingston Coal Plant Released 2.6 Million Pounds of Arsenic, Nine Other Toxic Pollutants Into Emory River in 2008 - More Than the Entire Water Pollution Output of All Other U.S. Power Plants
12-10
Al Gore rebuts Palin's climate change claims
12-10
Climate change worsened most years since 1980: report
12-10
Human role in climate change not in doubt: U.N.'s Ban
12-10
The EPA's long-overdue climate change ruling
12-10
Climate change report calls for passenger tax on flights to reduce CO2
12-10
Climate Change Threatens Maldives
12-10
Hundreds turn out for Coal River Mountain - Kennedy Protests Mountaintop Removal  -  Global Warming Is Not The Only Environmental Issue
12-10
Copenhagen climate summit: ocean acidification an underwater time-bomb
12-9
Consol may resume pumping at Blacksville No. 2 soon
12-9
CONSOL to lay off 500 miners but who is to blame?  - Lack of public process could cost miners their jobs in Clay - Coal company cuts 500 jobs, blames environmentalists - Consol idling two mines, blames environmentalists - Consol plans to idle Clay County coal mine - Consol layoffs threaten Clay economy - 500 Workers May Be Laid off at 2 Consol Mines - CONSOL idling two plants, may lay off nearly 500 workers - Consol blames environmental lawsuits for layoffs 500 Face Layoffs at Clay County Mine - Mining jobs cut -Hmm, remember what Senator Byrd just said: "Lets speak the truth. The most important factor in maintaining coal-related jobs is demand for coal. Scapegoating and stoking fear among workers over the permitting process is counter-productive."
12-9
Power industry, environmentalists not surprised with EPAs carbon emissions announcement  -  EPA chief: U.S. making up for lost time
12-9
Does He Support Or Oppose Mountaintop Mining?  -  'War on Coal'
12-9
Is MSHA speaking clearly on coal dust limits? - MSHA shortens time for coal-dust rules
12-9
Petition demands WVU reject gifts from coal execs  -  WVU students protest dirty coal money donations
12-9
PA Residents In Cancer Cluster Tested For Mutation
12-9
About those coal trucks that made all that noise
12-9
The Environment Report: Mountaintop Mining Protest - More video from 12-7 protest - And more - RFK Jr. Calls Mountaintop Removal Mining Criminal  - Look What Theyve Done Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. speaking at the Save Coal River Mountain Rally on Dec 7, 2009 - Miners and conservationists face off in West Virginia over mountain top removal
12-9
Appalachian Voices teams up with Coal River residents, Google Earth  -  See the mountaintop removal mining video they'll be watching in Copenhagen
12-9
Veterans travel through WV to address climate change
12-9
Coal executive not registered as lobbyist
12-9
Adkins working for coal operator Craft
12-9
Climate Deal Likely to Bear Big Price Tag
12-9
Global warming is NOT slowing down, scientists say
12-9
The 2 Degree Life: What You Can Do to Stop Climate Change
12-9
Going Cheney on Climate
12-9
Green rules at Copenhagen summit
12-9
Despite a decade of record drought, Australian farmers refuse to buy into climate change
12-9
Eat, drink, and watch a film on mountaintop removal
12-8
RFK Jr. headlines mountaintop-removal protest - Activists protest blasting plan at W.Va. mine site  - Robert Kennedy Jr. Headlines Mountain Top Mining Protest - An Offer He Can't Refuse - Kennedy calls mountaintop removal mining in W.Va. a crime against people, nature - Kennedy addresses both sides  - Robert Kennedy, Jr. addresses crowd at DEP protest
12-8
EPA Moves to Regulate CO2 as a Hazard to Health  Obama administration formally declares danger of carbon emissions  - EPA Cleared To Regulate U.S. Emissions As Congress Stalls
12-8
Google Earth tours Coal River Mountain at COP15 - Take the tour yourself  -  YouTube: Harnessing Coal River Wind in Appalachia  - One person CAN make a difference
12-8
 
Coal River Mountain Comes to Town: Copenhagen Summit Video to Charleston Rally
12-8
Photos: Dec 7 Coal River Mountain W.Va. Rally - Video of Rally  - More video
12-8
UC hosts cap-and-trade debate
12-8
Fight against mountaintop removal making headway
12-8
Why Copenhagen May Be a Disaster - Daily Climate's Copenhagen update
12-8
Can burying carbon emissions work?
12-8
Coal is deadly, not cheap
12-8
Black lung update: MSHA to cut exposure, but not limit
12-8
As Copenhagen kicks off, a Good News roundup
12-8
U.N. Climate Talks To Seek Deep CO2 Cuts, Aid 
12-8
Powering Your Entire Home By Bike?! The BBC Explores 'Cheap' Energy (Video)
12-8
Massey Energy CFO to Speak at Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Industries Conference
12-8
The Case Against the Skeptics Stirring Up the Warming Debate
12-8
John Prine marks new dates on calendar
12-8
More bad news for Duke Energy
12-7
Big day today for coal and climate news
12-7
Battle over mountaintop mining slowly gains ground - Mountaintop removal debate heats up
12-7
Kennedy Jr. due to speak at mining rally Monday
12-7
Jeff Biggers: Coal River Mountain will not be moved
12-7
James Hansen Op-Ed in New York Times: Cap and Fade
12-7
Coal, strip mining are destroying W.Va.
12-7
Selenium from power plants poses ecological risks, spurs EPA review
12-7
BTL: Coal Industry Plagues Appalachian Communities with Health Hazards
12-7
E-mail raises questions about mine permits director's firing
12-7
'F' on the smell test
12-7
 
The Truth About Climategate: Hacked e-mails have compromised scientistsbut not the science itself.
12-7
Climate: Hot topic today  - Kentuckians to attend Copenhagen climate talks - FACTBOX: Who Is Going To Copenhagen?  - Some background on the climate talks - Obama's Copenhagen Switch Shows Climate Commitment
12-7
Protests Add Pressure For Copenhagen Climate Deal  -  Copenhagen summit urged to take climate change action
12-7
Rich/Poor Rift Dents Hopes For U.N. Climate Talks
12-7
Analysis: Obama, Dem efforts on climate cooled off
12-7
Key dates in unfolding story of warming planet
12-7
Climate Change In Brazil: Follow The Meat
12-7
Kennedy discusses mercury 'nightmare'
12-7
World Concerns About Climate Change Dwindle - Survey
12-7
Business Fumes Over Carbon Dioxide Rule
12-7
Dutch defense against climate change: Adapt
12-7
London Climate Change March Draws Tens of Thousands
12-7
California and Google launch tool to visualize the effects of climate change
12-7
Secret coal ash ponds spark legal action
12-6
Kennedy Protests Mountaintop Removal
12-6
Official sought to help coal interests
12-6
MSHA, Ky. split on mine official
12-6
UC to host cap-and-trade debate Monday
12-6
W.Va. labor history group honors Marion, McAteer
12-6
Film looks at effect of mining industry on U.S. landscape
12-6
U.S.: "We All Breathe the Same Air and Drink the Same Water"
12-5
Feds give (un)clean coal projects $979M
12-5
W.Va. carbon-capture test gets $334 million from DOE - AEP to get federal funding for W.Va. CCS project - AEP to Receive $334 Million for Mountaineer Plant Upgrade  - AEP gets grant to test carbon capture
12-5
Sen. Robert C. Byrd: Coal must embrace the future
12-5
Coal industry responds to Sen. Byrd diplomatically  - Coal leader disputes Byrds tongue-lashing Chamber Responds To Byrd Coal Statement  - Massey CEO Blasts Senator Robert Byrd On Coal
12-5
Industry seeks help pushing coal-to-liquids plant
12-5
Coal train derails in eastern Kanawha County
12-5
Obama shifts Copenhagen trip as prospects brighten
12-5
Copenhagen Climate Talks Set to Begin: What's Likely to Happen and What's at Stake
12-5
Church to screen coal film 'Burning the Future'
12-4
Sen. Byrd: Coal Must Embrace the Future - Byrd calls tactics of fear mongering coal industry morally indefensible -  Byrd chides coal industry for 'fear mongering'; Stop using 'grandstanding and outrage,' senator says - Byrd says coal industry must change  - Byrd lashes out at EPA criticism  - Coal industry needs to change tactics, Byrd says - Byrd: Coal Industry Must Engage in Mountaintop Removal Mining Debate - U.S. Senator Robert Byrd: 'Coal Must Embrace The Future'  - Has Byrd Shifted Positions on Mountaintop Coal Mining?   -  Robert Byrd: Tough on...Coal?
12-4
Rally to Save Coal River Mountain - Dec. 7  
12-4
Mountaintop Removal Mining encroaches on rural communities
12-4
Spotlight On Prosperity Lindytown, WV
12-4
2 More Utilities Retiring Aging Coal Plants in Wake of Health Report
12-4
Man blames hunger strike on mountain top removal
12-4
Black Mesa - EPA withdraws water discharge permit pending public hearings
12-4
China and the U.S. Collaborate on Coal Conversion at WVU Workshops
12-4
Breaking news: MSHAs plan to stop black lung
12-4
Yale Event on Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining
12-4
Hundreds of Mingo County Residents to Receive Clean Water
12-4
Youth Climate Leaders Talk Time Lines & Targets At White House
12-4
Church to screen coal film 'Burning the Future'
12-4
Gloria Reuben on the Dirty Lie of Clean Coal
12-4
Roland Micklem: Obama needs to attend Copenhagen
12-4
Environmentalists fear possible loophole in EPA coal ash rules
12-4
Google Earth offers a vision of post-global warming California  - Governor: Backup plan on global warming needed
12-4
Climate change threatens life in Shishmaref, Alaska
12-4
President Obama Launches Secret Green Partnership With India to Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions Despite Senate Boycott
12-4
A simple request
12-4
Marietta Natural History Society
12-4
A devastating critique of cap-and-trade
12-4
Top climate scientist calls Obama's Copenhagen climate proposal a 'disaster track'
12-3
Rally to Save Coal River Mountain - Dec. 7   -  Kennedy to Attend Rally in Charleston Dec. 7
12-3
Algae that killed Dunkard Creek fish found in Cabin Creek - EPA: Mine discharges killed Dunkard Creek - EPA: Mine discharges contributed to high levels of TDS in Dunkard Creek
12-3
Copenhagen climate change talks must fail, says top scientist; World's leading climate change expert says summit talks so flawed that deal would be a disaster  -  Top scientist warns over Copenhagen talks
12-3
Miners should join with opponents of mountaintop mining
12-3
Feds to unveil new strategy on black lung
12-3
Coal, health care concern state leaders
12-3
DOL IG releases more info on Martin County coal waste impoundment, redactions continue
12-3
WVLHA to induct McAteer and Marion in to Labor Hall of Honor on Dec. 5th
12-3
Caperton petitions court to rehear case
12-3
Caperton Seeks Rehearing of Massey Decision - Harman Mining asks high court to reconsider Massey decision
12-3
 
Exelon closing two Pa. fossil-fuel plants - Exelon to close 4 Penn. generating units by 2011
12-3
Coal is burning issue; Duke CEO: We're weighing policy of no MTR coal
12-3
What to make of ClimateGate?  -  Stolen e-mails have revealed no scientific conspiracy  -  Environmental groups unprepared for Swift Boating of climate science
12-3
MSHA refused to fire official who harassed subordinate, suit says
12-3
Groups sue EPA to get info on Duke coal ash
12-3
The most inspiring climate and energy books of 2009
12-3
John Kerry seeks more U.S. climate funds for poor nations
12-3
State report begs changes in ash pond
12-3
Communities Have Right to Know About Toxic Coal Ash Impoundments
12-3
Putting a human face on climate change
12-3
Dalai Lama Encouraged by Upcoming UN Climate Change Summit
12-3
Changing our climate for good
12-3
Progress Energy to shutter 30 percent of N.C. coal plants
12-3
Report Details Health Consequences of Coal Mining and Energy Production
12-3
Richard Heinbergs Letter to Jamie Dimon
12-2
Rally to Save Coal River Mountain - Dec. 7
12-2
Kennedy to attend W.Va. mountaintop mining rally
12-2
Fasting W.Va. activist resumes vigil after arrest  -  Fasting W.Va. activist arrested on prior charge  - Mountaintop Mining Protester Arrested at Capitol  - State Capitol Faster Arrested  - 81-year-old activist begins fast to end mountaintop removal mining
12-2
In the Name of Rosa Parks: Arrest of 81-Year-Old on Fast, Mourning Mountaintop Removal
12-2
The Story of Cap and Trade
12-2
Progress Energy Joins Stampede Away from Coal  -  Big Utility to Close 11 Plants Using Coal  -  Progress Energy gives up on coal plants
12-2
John David: Coal permits, health care not linked
12-2
Nov. coal revenues buoy W.Va. tax collections
12-2
Workmans dissent in Harman Mining-Massey case
12-2
Storm Front: An Interview With the Nation's Foremost Climate Scientist James Hansen
12-2
Panel calls for tougher regulation of ash sites
12-2
Peddling Against Poverty: Ben Sollee kicks off his winter tour in Wilmington
12-1
Naomi Mine Explosion, 1907
12-1
Rally to Save Coal River Mountain - Dec. 7
12-1
81-year-old fasting to try to stop mountaintop removal  -  Mountaintop removal opponent starts fast at Capitol  - Activist goes hungry over W.Va. mining - Video
12-1
Rally today at 3:30 in Charleston: Activists want pledge from Rockefeller
12-1
Asheville-based protesters lock themselves to generator near Greenville, SC -  Concerned citizens block shipment of generator to Cliffside Coal Plant  -  440-ton stator halted by coal protestors Bank of America as climate villain  - N30 - San Francisco Climate Justice Protest  -  Activists Protest NRDC for Collaborating With Polluters - Chicago Climate Activists target Carbon Trading for anniversary of Seattle WTO shut down 12 arrested  - San Francisco Climate Justice Action at Bank of America; 200 Rally with at least 22 Arrested
12-1
Ask the Obama Administration to save Coal River Mountain
12-1
Workman: Massey employed 'extensive pattern of fraudulent conduct'  -   Workman files stinging dissent in $50M case
12-1

Climate: Debate is warming

12-1
OSMRE publishes notice on buffer zone rule
12-1
Puzzling subterfuge
12-1
Bank predicts bright future for Wyoming coal under cap-and-trade
12-1
Coal concerns lead U.S. climate bill challenges
12-1
Roger Nicholson (International Coal Group lawyer): (Expands upon) Myths about mining
12-1
Prologue to Copenhagen: Fasts, Lock Downs, Sit-Ins, Die-Ins for Climate Justice Across the Nation
12-1
Delegates, industry reps attend meeting
12-1
Papantonio discusses climate change fraud  - Quick Fact: Baier falsely suggested allegedly hacked emails dispute global warming science
12-1
Mountaintop Mining Splits KY Dems
12-1
Another One Bites the Dust: Michigan Coal Plant Converts to Biomass
12-1
Coal Glut Rocks Mining Companies
12-1
Labor history group to honor 2
12-1
Elkins couple pays tribute to miners with new CD
12-1
Latest attempt to question climate change is junk
12-1
Big developing countries form climate change front
12-1
Catching up on last weeks coal news
12-1
Real progress possible at climate-change summit  -  Abandoning the planet to the polluters
12-1
Climate talks remain alive, but so do many obstacles
12-1
'Coal Country' movie being shown at Evansville library  -  "Coal Country" documentary screening In Fairbanks, Alaska
12-1
Women bear brunt of climate change

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