Communities are resisting the Tennessee Valley Authority’s frequent cost increases and lack of transparency and clean energy.
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A guide to some of the region’s best boating spots.
Collaborative efforts to bring solar to businesses, homes, schools and an abandoned mine move forward.
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice made nearly $2 billion off Appalachia’s coalfields, but his family’s mines owe back taxes in multiple states. They have also accrued hundreds of environmental violations, and many idled mines are still unreclaimed.
In Appalachia and across the country, ratepayers are demanding more clean energy, affordability, choice and transparency from their energy providers. Roanoke Electric Cooperative Roanoke Electric Exemplifies Service to Members A rural North Carolina cooperative responds to member feedback by fostering…
Much of America’s energy system still runs like it did in the early 20th century, but times are changing.
Here, we outline a multitude of gorgeous spots off the beaten path in our national forests.
Buzzing bees, hummingbirds, butterflies and more help keep Appalachia’s flora in bloom.
As fracking and related infrastructure expand, so does the industry’s impacts on local residents.
Most Americans don’t think twice about the ability to turn on a tap and have clean, safe water pour out. “Water is something we take for granted,” says Glenn Barnes, associate director of the Environmental Finance Center at the University…