MEDIA CONTACTS Cat McCue, 434-293-6373, firstname.lastname@example.org Cassady Craighill, 828-817-3328, email@example.com Peter Vicenzi, (202) 942-7621, firstname.lastname@example.org Richmond – Nine organizations representing a wide range of public policy ideologies introduced the Virginia Energy Reform Coalition today, an unprecedented coalition united to reform…
Explore the incredible hidden world that lies beneath the Appalachian Mountains.
Fountain Cave Where: Grottoes, Va., in Augusta and Rockingham counties, adjacent to the more accessible Grand Caverns How to access: While this cave once had walkways, it is now a wild cave ideal for a more adventurous caving experience. Cavers…
Appalachian Voices is hiring three new positions to help us achieve our goal of bringing energy democracy to the region!
In February, a federal judge allowed Westmoreland Coal Company to terminate benefits for current and retired coal miners.
Environmental groups are calling on Virginia regulators to strengthen coal mining rules by making it easier for citizens who file complaints to be involved in site inspections, strengthening bonding requirements and more.
A total of 110,000 net new clean energy jobs were added in the United States in 2018, a growth rate of 3.6 percent.
An international tribunal on human rights, fracking and climate change is calling for a worldwide ban on fracking. The community of Union Hill, Va., helped play a role in this historic occasion.
Today, the Virginia State Water Control Board unanimously voted to reverse course in pursuing revocation of Mountain Valley Pipeline’s Clean Water Act § 401 certification. In December, 2018, the board voted 4-3 to consider revoking the project’s certification, but today,…
With state legislative sessions underway across Appalachia, here are some energy and environmental bills to keep an eye on.