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Critics of the Mountain Valley Pipeline are calling on Virginia to deny a Clean Water Act certification for MVP. The pipeline’s proposed extension, MVP Southgate, faces several hurdles.
Supporters of Southwest Virginia’s newest state park hope that it will foster a conservation mindset and bring awareness to the Clinch River’s rich biodiversity.
Industrial consumers, environmental advocates and residential ratepayers in North Carolina have voiced concerns over a new energy bill critics say was created with outsized input from Duke Energy.
Experts say that coal workers will need wage replacement and retraining to successfully transition to a clean energy economy.
A slew of lawsuits from white farmers claiming “reverse discrimination” has delayed $4 billion in Covid-19 relief funds intended to forgive loans for farmers of color.
Labor and regional advocates commemorate a pivotal milestone in coal union history.
The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources recently installed a system in Monroe County to track the movement of radio-tagged wildlife.
The Kentucky Division of Water is accepting public comments through Sept. 3 on their draft plan to address high levels of harmful bacteria in the Licking River and Salt River basins.
Cool water, river swim spots and… bacteria? River advocates want to see more water testing and better water quality notification systems.
Climate change has led to an increase in the population and range of these tiny, disease-spreading bloodsuckers.