Tell the President: Appalachian communities are still at risk

Despite action in recent years, mountaintop removal is still putting Appalachian communities at risk. Tell the Obama administration that more needs to be done.

Despite action in recent years, mountaintop removal is still putting Appalachian communities at risk. Tell the Obama administration that more needs to be done.

Mountaintop removal coal mining has destroyed more than 500 mountains and buried more than 2,000 miles of streams in Appalachia. Yet, despite a growing movement of Appalachians and more than 100,000 concerned Americans rallying to end the destruction, it’s still happening.

Together, we have pressured the Obama administration to take a number of actions to limit pollution from mountaintop removal. But, much more needs to be done. This administration still has an opportunity to take strong, lasting steps to protect the health of Appalachian communities and create a brighter future for the region.

Add your voice to the movement demanding the Obama administration takes action to stop mountaintop removal