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In the February/March issue of The Appalachian Voice, we hear from some of the residents who don’t have access to reliable, healthy water in their homes, and examine several of the challenges facing rural water systems.
Very small houses can have huge benefits for sustainability and affordability.
Several charts and maps show the enormity of the abandoned mine problems that still need to be cleaned up — and the inadequacy of the current cleanup fund.
North Carolina residents living near Duke Energy’s coal ash ponds called on the state to issue stronger groundwater standards and force the company to clean up its ash.