Monthly Archives: February 2008

“Black Diamonds” Mountaintop Removal Documentary

Filmmaker Catherine Pancake recently announced that her documentary film, Black Diamonds: Mountaintop Removal and the Fight For Coalfield Justice will have its New York City premiere at the prestigious “Documentary Fortnight Series” at the Museum of Modern Art. The Black

I Love Mountains Day – Amazing guests, fantastic prizes, a date!

KFTC is putting on a very special event on a day that is of great importance to all Americans who want to see an end to mountaintop removal coal-mining. What is that day? Valentine’s day of course! (hint: That’s Feb

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Utilities turn from coal to gas – NYT

“A wave of public opposition to coal-burning plants, motivated partly by broad fears about global warming and partly by local aesthetic concerns, is making their construction more difficult. On Monday, Wall Street weighed in: Three big investment banks announced that

Bob Inglis (SC-04): Conservative Concern on Global Warming

Republican Congressman Bob Inglis (SC-04) on global warming: “Its a real problem. Its of human making. Its up to us to do something about it.” – Bob Inglis (SC-04) Rep. Bob Inglis Greets Clemson FTN from clemsonfocus on Vimeo. Update:

U.S. scraps ambitious clean-coal power plant

The Christian Science Monitor reports: “Instead of the $1.76 billion project, which was expected to capture and store underground 90 percent of its greenhouse-gas emissions, the Energy Department is budgeting $241 million for several commercial power-plant projects that will capture