Take Action

“I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something.” — Edward Hale, 19th century American author

Your voice, joining with others, is one of the most powerful tools you have to protect the land, air and water of central and southern Appalachia. Take action today!


Reject the Mountain Valley Pipeline! The 42-inch wide, 301-mile pipeline through West Virginia and Virgina would have adverse impacts on sensitive Appalachian forests and agricultural lands.
Tell the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to reject the Mountain Valley Pipeline application now!


Clean Power Plan Ask your state leaders to support the first-ever national rule cutting carbon pollution from dirty fossil-fuel power plants and increase the use of clean, renewable energy resources. Contact your Governor today.


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Electric coops serve a large number of people in western North Carolina and Tennessee. Are you a member of an electric coop who wants more options for energy efficiency and to save money on your monthly utility bills? Learn more about how to take action on one of our campaigns.


Look up your utility

Does your utility offer an energy efficiency program? If you live in the southeastern United States, look up your utility to find out what measures they are taking to provide energy savings to you. Check out the Energy Savings Action Center


Tell the President that Appalachian communities are still at risk

Mr. President, Appalachian Communities Are Still At Risk! More than 500 mountains and 2,000 miles of streams have been destroyed by mountaintop removal coal mining. Add your voice to the growing movement urging the Obama administration to end mountaintop removal.


Become a Voice for Clean Water From coal ash pollution to runoff from coal mining to fracking and pipelines, the health of our region’s waterways are threatened. Become a voice for clean water and join the movement to protect our rivers and streams.